The continuing saga of the Corleone crime family tells the story of a young Vito Corleone growing up in Sicily and in 1910s New York; and follows Michael Corleone in the 1950s as he attempts to expand the family business into Las Vegas, Hollywood and Cuba.
|nudity||Characters visit a brothel, and prostitutes are shown in lingerie and topless. A male infant is shown completely nude for about 11 seconds. His genitals and buttocks are shown. A man's buttocks are briefly shown. A woman is found dead in a bed covered by a bloody sheet. The character was a prostitute awaiting a client. Characters attend a sex show in Cuba; a man on stage is called "Superman" because he's well-endowed (no nudity).|
|violence||A young boy is shot. The shooting is off-screen, but he is later shown lying down with streams of blood visible. The boy's mother is shot. It is shown from a distance, and so no gore is shown. Two men are seen lying dead in a stream with blood on their throats. A man is garroted. A man is shot several times. A prostitute is found dead in a bed. Her clothes are stained with blood. Two men die in a bombing, which sprays blood onto a window. Their bodies are not visible. A man is shot in the chest, and then in the cheek. The corpse is then shot in the mouth. A man stabs another man in the stomach and drags the blade across the chest. A man is shot in the chest. A man is shot several times. A man is seen lying dead in a bathtub with his wrists slit, and a pool of blood on the floor. A man is shot, off-screen, at point-blank range.|
|profanity||5 abuses of the name "Jesus Christ"; 4 separate desecrations of "Jesus," and 1 of "Christ"; 7 misuses of "God," 2 of which are paired with "damn"; 1 additional use of "damn"; and 5 instances of "hell." 3 uses of 'son of a bitch' and the 'f' word, 2 of 'shit' and 'ass,' 1 use each of 'whores,' 'balls,' 'piss,' and 'bastard.' Racial slurs: 2 uses of "jap" and 1 each of "nigger," "guinea," "dago," and "spic."|
|alcohol||People are seen casually drinking and smoking throughout the film. A man is seen taking pills from a prescription pill bottle.|
|frightening||The assassinations can be intense, although most are not as graphic as those of its predecessor. A major character is killed offscreen; we only hear a gunshot, but it may be upsetting to some viewers. In the beginning, Vito flees from armed men. Some may find one scene involving spousal abuse intense. BBFC - (15) Strong violence.|