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And honestly, that's what makes the movie feel dated and ridiculous.The movie also came two years after Denzel Washington reportedly had scenes removed from that address the fear from black women that black men will abandon them for lighter-skinned black woman before ultimately abandoning them for white women altogether, and, conversely, there are scenes from the Italian-American characters where both the n-word and the word (a ridiculous slur that I find hilarious in the Year of Our Lord 2016) are tossed around laissez-faire.The conceit of this film is such that two people are caught in the overreactions of their environments. Part of the problem is that the central relationship of ; if this star-crossed relationship is doomed, shouldn’t Flipper and Angie behave like two young lovers who can’t keep their hands off each other? Lines like "Most [black men] are homos, drug addicts, or in jail" are so jaw-droppingly hilarious you can't believe these are real characters.Everything in the film is spelled out for you, but no point is ever reached. Jackson performs beautifully, along with stellar performances from Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis as his parents, but the outlandishness of the plot feels divorced from reality and the film.Jackson proudly proclaims he's a drug addict like a court jester dancing before the throne.In it would've been a movie we've seen before — the genius musician ruined by drugs.

This time it could be organic to the story." But there's nothing truly organic about it. These are two people who end up fucking and dating because of an affair at the office, which is a tale as old as time.

If the intention is to show all facets of black life, Lee falls prey to all the stereotypes his characters claim they aren't.

In 1991, Lee seemed convinced that this was the correct move: "This was the film to deal with drugs in.

But with apps, it's much easier to be casually racist or fall prey to colorism.

No one sees who you do or don't swipe on your phone.

It is a syndrome where a person is attracted to another person chiefly because the object of interest is of Asian ancestry.