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When a movie that has 100% rotten tomatoes score and almost an 8 on IMDb, your hopes are high as a kite. Unfortunately it was a VERY mediocre movie. The blatant use of racism was cringe worthy and i am sure there would've been a lot of hue and cry if the roles were reversed.
After watching the movie, i can confidently attribute the score and good reviews to white guilt and the liberal leaning of the reviewers. Of course nobody wants to trash this movie and come across as a racist
So tired of pumped up, PC reviews on IMDb and elsewhere.
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