De Niro wants to punch Trump in the face

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  1. Solomani, Oct 8, 2016
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    Well, the insult-laced trash talk is not totally unexpected. After all…. this is The Godfather!

    https://wdrv.it/c1ccc6fd1
     
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    I’m fairly well convinced that De Niro works for CIA, which has tentacles throughout media and academia including in Hollywood. There is more to it than that, but I won’t be providing detailed explanation why I believe this.
     
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    You think the secret service will show up?
     
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    Probably to buy him a case of beer.
     
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    Praise the Lord.
     
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    Bobby is just jealous that he couldn't do what agent orange is doing. :D
     
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    Marlon Brando was The Godfather.
     
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    :confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:

    Tell us you're joking. Meet the Fockers was a comedy not a documentary.
     
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    That's fine, because I won't be providing a detailed explanation why I don't believe it.
     
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    De Niro played the Young Vito Corleone in GF2.
     
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    You sir have won the Internet today.
     
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    I like this video, but they must have excised the profanity before hand. Insults yes, I did not hear any profanity.
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    And Al Pacino was Godfather No. 2. :)
     
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    You are right. Edited to the more accurate word.
     
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    its just aaronvans attempt to discredit what de niro said by stating that he isn't as good at his chosen profession as someone else. its a foul attempt to try to minimize the hurtful words de niro said about aaronvans personal messiah but in reality he knows its true and it burns
     
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    And young Vito was not yet The Godfather.
     
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    Stop being a pessimist, Aaron. Not only is it annoying, it's also incredibly tiring to see you bicker like a wild teenager in love with the thought of being a rebel. And at your age of... mature year, I would have presumed you had more tact than your current self.
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    He's also the one who's convinced Goldberg owns the banks and Hollywood. Guy's a real source into those dealings, you know.
     
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    You and Roger Ebert are entitled to your own opinions; however, you're not entitled to your own facts.
     
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    Speaking of balmy...

    Who cares what that fool said? No one who's into film took Ebert seriously. He was always flimsy with his views. You're sidetracking a thread just to inject your own opinion and promote it as fact, something you're accusing others of doing yourself.
     
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    Marlon Brando played The Godfather. Not DeNiro, not Cann, not Duvall. That's not an opinion, that's just a cold, hard fact.
     
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    Yawn

    I can tell you're on the verge of having another violent reaction sending you to the pound for a week or two. So I'll say this again, DeNiro still had a good role as the young Godfather. That's it. Though your issues with DeNiro must be of some other issue, like who his father was and what he did. Funny enough, you're not aware that Brando also involved himself in such sordid affairs.
     
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    wah wah de niro said something mean about my messiah so i'm gonna try to discredit him.
     
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    DeNiro was excellent as a young Vito Corleone. Brando was magnificent as The Godfather.

    I have issues with DeNiro? Besides people retroactively putting his name above the title I have no truck with Bobby. He's one of my favorite actors. Yes, Brando had many affairs with women and men. Do you believe you're telling us something new? :rolleyes:
     
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    I’m not joking, and I liked Meet the Fockers. De Niro: Hollywood actor, CIA asset
     
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    Robert De Niro played Vito Coreleone as the ages of 25-31. in The Godfather part 2
    Marlon Brando played Vito Corelone as the ages 53-63 and his death. in The Godfather

    So you're both right.

    And Jess bro.. I think you've watched meet the Fockers too many times.
     

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