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Steve Oedekerk is an exceptionally funny man, his works are among the best of the genre (Ace Ventura, The Nutty Professor, Kung Pow) and are an extremely enjoyable type of movie. This, part 2 of 6 in the Thumb Series is no exception.
As you can probably guess from the title, this is a spoof of the highly acclaimed 1972 hit "The Godfather" and I must say, this short serves the movie well.
There are many scenes of this short I laughed hard at, and it certifies that there is certainly such thing as a laugh a minute comedy.
This film is a great watch for fans of "The Godfather", Steve Oedekerk and the thumb series. Part 2 may be one of the weakest in the 6 but is definitely a good movie.
I rate this film 66%. Definitely good, and if you cant find it on DVD, it is on Youtube.
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