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This was not worth my time to watch, and it definitely was a waste of time to make. John Amos has gone from James Evans to Kunta Kinte to a travesty and a tragedy. Of course his name was attached, seeing as he wanted to produce his son's movie. However, If I were him, I would remove my name, my voice, my physical body, from this drivel. The premise of stealing a neighbor's watermelons to fund the payment of taxes could be real. But the writing is worse than a preschool nature play filled with dancing flowers and ribbeting frogs. Maybe if the movie had contained some dancing flowers, it would have redeemed itself.
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