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    Is it just me or is there a growing Epidemic of Afro-Centrism in American Cinematics.

    Just look at the new Films coming out. I-Robot(Lead Will Smith as a Black Superman),Catwoman(Lead Halle Berry),White Chicks(Main Leads the Wayan Brothers).


    In the early 1990s I remember seeing few Films where Niggers had the main lead. Now it seems Afro-Centrism has become a Pandemic. Indeed this "Black Plague" is sweeping over all of North America.

    I for one will not watch and have not watched movies where the "Main Theme" is Afrocentrism.
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    Post Re: Afro-Centrism in American Cinematics

    You're forgetting "Undercover Brother", that movie was hard to watch all the way through for a lot of reasons . If anyone who reads this hasn't seen it, I highly recommend you don't

    http://www.us.imdb.com/title/tt0279493/
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    Post Re: Afro-Centrism in American Cinematics

    Quote Originally Posted by JoeDas
    You're forgetting "Undercover Brother", that movie was hard to watch all the way through for a lot of reasons . If anyone who reads this hasn't seen it, I highly recommend you don't

    http://www.us.imdb.com/title/tt0279493/
    Yes of Course. There has of late(2000-2004) been an explosion in Afro-Centrism in the theaters(especially in these past few weeks). Soon It might not be suprising to see 1/2 new Movies coming out with Afro-Centric Themes.

    Africans make up 10% of the Population yet there representation in the Entertainment industry is "disproportionate" to say the least.

    What is it about these under evolved Simians that some people seem never to get enough of?

    The only Movie that should have Black Leads and an Afro-Centric Theme is Planet of the Apes.

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