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Big Daddy's farm-grown weed is the best in North America... which is why federal Agent Dick will stop at nothing to put Big Daddy and his adopted family - Laura, Lola, and Lenore - out of business. With this trio of lovely ladies, his trusted mute farmhand Jimmy, and the good folks of the small town he calls home, Big Daddy will fight to the end - to protect the land and the people he loves.Written by
If you are in the mood for an award winning film, this ain't it. If you're in the mood for something different, silly and frivolous or in a 420 type of mood this may do it for you. Very artsy believe it or not, sometimes it plays like a music video but reels it back in and becomes a movie again. Just entertaining and watchable, mostly humorous but tries to get a little serious in parts like most comedies do for some reason. Light it up.
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