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Common Sense says
Directed by Bruce W. Smith , in his directorial debut , it is based upon comedian Robin Harris ' stand-up comedy act of the same name. The film is based on a stand-up routine by Robin Harris that is shown in a brief live-action segment at the beginning of the film.
Skip to Content. White police and security single out the African-American children for monitoring and harassment. Kids get into Simpsons -like trouble. The adults smoke, gamble, and the men ogle women, saying things like, "she's so fine, she doesn't need to know how to type. Women lie and try to undermine a new relationship. After drinking a lot, Robin gets in his car and drives away -- with kids in the car. Lots of comic, cartoonish violence, including characters falling a long distance; getting chased by a mechanical bear and with a mallet, a la Tom and Jerry ; and firing cannonballs at a boat. Grownups walk the plank for not buying their kids the toy they wanted. Kids also beat each other and one tells another he's going to "beat the black right off you. Parents and caregivers: Set limits for violence and more with Plus.