Godfather Part I (1972)

Rothe Blog GodfatherFive Stars

When Justin Varner and I watched this for the first time in college, I knew this was a great movie. But when Sarah and I rented this from the library, I picked up on so much more and realized why this movie is such a classic. Al Pacino really is at his best in this movie, to see his character change from slightly denying what his father did for a living but war hardened to taking over the family business and tying up all loose ends. A great cast and riveting the whole through, everyone needs to see this movie.

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