What They Say: Oh, goodie! Someone finally wrote a movie for the post-racial era!
What We Say: *twitch* A white person wrote this.
What They Say: What country is "Sanaa Lathan" from?
What We Say: What is Sanaa doing in this movie? And where'd she get that God-awful accent? Did she need a check?
What They Say: See? We don't ask black people to serve us. They just do it anyway. It's probably part of their culture. Is that what started slavery?
What We Say: *sigh* A white person wrote this.
What They Say: So, basically, that girl is going to have, like, an African stepmom! How exotic! Like...her siblings are going to be part black! She's going to have a diverse/multicultural family!
What We Say: The Mammy Stereotype. *nods grimly* We meet again.
What They Say: I bet Sanaa must have really enjoyed being Broderick's love interest. She's probably seen his old movies in her country and thought he was cute. I bet she had a crush on him.
What We Say: Sanaa must've really needed that check.
What They Say: She's pretty for a black woman...and kinda lighter than her brother. Maybe they have different dads. Maybe hers was white...like a European or something. Maybe her dad was a white South African, like DiCaprio in that diamond movie. Maybe that's where she's from!
What We Say: They couldn't bother to cast two black folks who actually look like? Are we that interchangeable to them?
What They Say: So basically, her cooking, cleaning, dancing, superstitions, and "lion" sexing make him brighten up and see the world in a better light. How romantic!
What We Say: *shudder* Um...Massa's Favorite Magical Wench anyone?
***So...did I miss anything?