Keith Grubb’s review published on Letterboxd:
What's left to say about this genuine classic?
What I can say is it's the first viewing for a few years and there were parts I had forgotten, like the importance of the scenes in Sicily and how it shows Michael's shift from war hero to the head of the family. Great acting, great direction, great music, great everything!
And what about the performance of Luca Brazzi's eyeballs as he is being strangled? Just one of many amazing and memorable scenes.