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Good entertainment, except for the last 10 minutes
The first Elvis Gratton picture has become a cult movie. Now we have a sequel done with a small budget rather than the first movie's microscopic one. It may not have the "cult" quality the first one had, but it is rather good, and I recommend it to any Elvis Gratton fan.
I had plenty of good laughs for the first hour or so. On the negative side, the last 10-15 minutes are totally out of place and are really a hard sell of the movie's underlying socio-political theme. I had understood it very well in the first hour. It was unnecessary to "rub it in".
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