Red, White & BOOM should be required viewing when the Fourth of July rolls around each year (it could potentially be the Summer version of A Christmas Story) and it's one of the rare times when a sequel—many sequels—would be welcome additions. Will someone please shove a blasting cap into an ear of corn and point their smartphone at it? From a safe distance, of course.
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