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As others have commented, the production values, sound, picture, scenery, etc are truly abysmal. On its own this is a good enough reason for not watching this film. Couple this with actors unworthy of the title, a script confused and confusing, comedy that is devoid of humour, that just doesn't work, and you are left with a film of no conceivable merit. I am left wondering how such a film was ever made.
It is a tragedy that a great iconic comedian such as Richard Pryor has this in his list of credits. Were it not to warn others of the lack of merit in this film, the three muscatels would not be worthy of any comment.
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