Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 :- Watch Smokey and the Bandit Part 3 on Youtube on Fire, Big and Little Enos are opening a sea food restaurant. They bet Sheriff Buford T. Justice that he cannot drive from Miami to the Enos ranch in Texas in a given amount of time. If Buford loses he has to give up his badge. Despite Burt Reynolds only agreeing to be in a cameo part at the end(and no Sally Field at all) studio went ahead and made this pitiful, embarrassing sequel that has Sheriff Buford T. Justice retiring, only to be called back one last time by Big Enos & Little Enos, who defy him to catch the Bandit. Despite the “real Bandit” being elsewhere, his friend Cledus decides to become the “new Bandit” and Buford(with his son in tow) chase him instead. With no plot to speak of, and a distressing number of lame, crude gags, this utterly pointless film was one of the worst films of its decade. Hard to believe this went into production at all, and remains a jaw-dropping experience. Why can’t Hollywood just let good movies die in peace? This 2nd sequel to the original (and quite good) “Smokey and the Bandit” stinks everywhere. The story is lame and the characters have been reduced to caricatures of themselves. Let’s start with the story. The premise here is that those Enos boys are at it again, wanting to have some fun at the expense of someone. That someone is none other than Sheriff Buford T. Justice (key the tuba) who has just put in for retirement. When those retirement plans aren’t what he expected, our valiant Sheriff accepts the Enos’ challenge: Deliver a plastic shark to the new restaurant the Enos boys opened up. While along the way, those rascally Enos dudes are going to try to stop him at any cost. Okay, stop right there. In the first Bandit movie, the idea was a simple challenge and bet. The Enos boys were depicted as nothing more than a rich father and son team who were bored so they thought up a good challenge. No real maliciousness involved – just a challenge with some money put up to make people take it seriously. That was fun. In the 2nd Bandit movie, the Enos reputation (such as it is) is on the line and they want to beat a political rival. Not as strong, but again, nothing terribly malicious involved.
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Release: 12 August 1983 (USA)
IMDB Rating: 3.3/10
Director: Dick Lowry
Stars: Jackie Gleason, Jerry Reed, Paul Williams