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The Watermelon Heist (2003)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 20 May 2003 (USA)
To make money fast the Browns come up with a plan to win a contest for "Watermelon Juice Afro Sheen," awarding $10,000 to whoever can find the juiciest, sweetest watermelon in the country.

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(as Kristine A. Tata)
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Old Man Amos
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Nicodemus Brown
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Horny
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Numbers
Anthony McKinley ...
Whitey
Shondrella Akesan ...
Mercedes
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Caprice
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The Angel Of Death
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Deputy
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Mailman
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Jailer
Shawn Harris ...
Bailiff
Randy Harris ...
Afrosheen CEO (as Randy 'Roughhouse' Harris)
Vincent Cook ...
June Bug
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Judge Holcolm
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To make money fast the Browns come up with a plan to win a contest for "Watermelon Juice Afro Sheen," awarding $10,000 to whoever can find the juiciest, sweetest watermelon in the country.

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20 May 2003 (USA)  »

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Die Redneck Familie  »

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$12,344,000 (USA) (1 March 2003)
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Do Not See This Movie For you Own Good!
21 February 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

How can James Amos, an intelligent focused man who has fought to portray black men of dignity his whole life, produce prodigy (the director & producer) that could make such an affront to any intelligent or entertaining sensibilities. This is easily the most unsatisfying comedy and worst movie I have seen this year and a clear runner up for the most dreadful movie viewed in my life. James Amos has no self respect to participate in this film with such thoughtless, racist and even worse for a comedy, unfunny drivel. Avoid at all cost if you respect yourself. Not only is the plot absolutely uncreative and deplorably stupid. This is cinema at its lowest. If a white person made such a movie everyone would be yelling to high hell.


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