GenreComedy ScreenplayShim Hyung-rae WriterHyung-rae Shim LanguageEnglish
Release dateOctober 29, 2010 (2010-10-29) (South Korea) Initial releaseDecember 29, 2010 (South Korea) CastHarvey Keitel (Don Carini), Jason Mewes (Vinnie), Blake Clark (Captain O'Brian), Jon Polito (Don Bonfante), Paul Hipp (Rocco), Michael Rispoli (Tony V) Similar moviesRelated Shim Hyung-rae movies
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The Last Godfather (Hangul: 라스트 갓파더; RR: Laseuteu Gatpadeo) is a 2010 South Korean comedy film directed by Shim Hyung-rae.
Yong-gu (Shim Hyung-rae) is the illegitimate child of the infamous mafia boss Don Carini (Harvey Keitel), who operates out of New York. Carini shocks everyone by stating that he wants Yong-gu to take over the operation, something that seems to be a bad choice when the man in question shows himself to be a poor candidate to be a mafia don.
Shim Hyung-rae as Young-gu
Harvey Keitel as Don Carini
Blake Clark as Captain O'Brian
Michael Rispoli as Tony V
Jason Mewes as Vinnie
Jocelin Donahue as Nancy Bonfante
Jon Polito as Don Bonfante
Michele Specht as Burlesque Hostess
John Pinette as Macho
Paul Hipp as Rocco
Stephanie Danielson as Ms Carini
Debra Mooney as Sister Theresa
Jack Kehler as Cabbie
Michelle Maniscalco as Burlesque Dancer
Keegan Boos as Bowery Boy
Tristen Bankston as Big Willie
Wonder Girls (cameo)
The Los Angeles Times and The National both panned The Last Godfather, and the Los Angeles Times wrote that the film was "more harmlessly amiable than outright awful, though it might still be best to just forget about it."