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Buddy Van Horn
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Roger Guenveur Smith,
Good story but screen play and production very weak
The book was excellent as a followup to Josie Wales. The money for this sequel movie must have been lacking because it was done very cheaply to the point that I'm not sure anyone would recognize it as a sequel if they hadn't read the book. Michael Parks would have made a good lead character as was Clint Eastwood but there didn't seem to be any money for the production and cut much of the story line out along with bad flim and sound from the version I saw. Potential for a great sequel but it wasn't realized here.
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