Posse [DVD] 
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Mario Van Peebles' story of ex-slave Jesse Lee who was conscripted into the Spanish American War in 1892 and who, along with his squadron of black conscripts, was ordered by Colonel Graham (Billy Zane) to ambush a supply column that happens to be laden with gold. However, Lee and his men realise that once they have stolen the gold Graham plans to kill them - so they decide to keep the booty. But Graham catches up with them in New Orleans. The 'posse' flee to Lee's hometown, Freemanville, but even here the men cannot escape trouble as local strife rises to a head, and Graham is hot on their trail.
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Black Americans certainly were part of Western history, and took part in the Civil War
Not the best Western I have seen but also not nearly the worst either
I feel compelled to come back and add to my accurate review above, as it seems 4 people have viewed my review and not marked it as helpful. The thought that the message is not getting through, and that copies of this film are being bought horrifies me - so let me expand on what I have written.
I have no idea what the other reviewers are on about (one writes his 83 year old father loved it? - Honestly? Really?!! One can only assume this guy is either the coolest Grandad on the planet and can be seen chillin' on the block, break dancing with his homies - or he was so bemused by the whole thing he didn't dare tell his grandson to spare his feelings. I know where my moneys going on that bet). If the old man loved westerns how can I be so sure, you ask??! Well, because this is no western - it's more of a 'blacksploitation' flick than a western - except Shaft or Dolomite it isn't. Where those titles had a certain 70's cool about them, this, has none.
Also, if you perhaps want to watch this as some sort of comment on black history, this film is in no way any sort of accurate portrayal of anything historical- so again you can forget it.
As I said before - It's not even a western - because westerns don't have terrible R Kelly style R&B soundtracks on them - nor do the cast wear sleeveless, studded leather dusters, glam boots and Swarovski crystal encrusted chaps.Read more ›