Boss (former football star Fred Williamson), has "decided to hunt white folks for a change," becoming a bounty hunter and setting out on the trail of fugitive outlaw Jed Clayton (William Smith). With his comic sidekick Amos (D'Urville Martin), he rides into the town of San Miguel, finds that it has no sheriff and takes the job himself. Boss takes a bite out of local crime and brings the hammer down on Clayton in this amusing and action-filled parody of the 1970s blaxploitation genre as he institutes black man's law in this white man's town!
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Music,music,music!!! Great soundtrack and the original Django.
the boss !!!!
The movie was ok and the hero survived.The nigger word used too often.
Movie was ok
Brilliant! It's like a more dramatic version of "Blazing Saddles". Funny, heart-breaking, action packed and very cutting edge.
Don't wait for the Tarantino version of Django! This it right here. Just beware there is an excessive use of the N-word (used in both comedic and dramatic/sociological contexts). They are not at all trying to shy away from any historical accuracies (well, historical accuracies as far as race relations in US history).
fun to watch
It was a good black western would like to see more in the future.
This movie's actually called "Boss Nigger" and was one of the coolest blaxploitation films. Found out about it a couple years ago when I saw the movie poster circulating on the internet, which, when seen without context, is freakin ridiculous. You need to see the movie poster to properly appreciate the awesomeness of this movie