The Minority | Chicago Reader

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Writer-producer-director Dwayne Buckle labors to be controversial, but his unwieldy, unoriginal satire is a bore. Comedic tone is a major problem, starting with the movie's hero, a squeaky-clean, African-American credit card sales rep (Billoah Greene) who waddles like Charlie Chaplin but interacts with his white girlfriend and colleagues as though trapped in a beginner's improv class. After he's bounced from his job on suspicion of theft, a series of improbable misadventures leads him to apprehend a serial killer, a feeble payoff to Buckle's premise that black men struggle much harder to thrive in mainstream culture. 84 min.

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