Follows a new couple and their families, who find themselves examining modern love and family dynamics amidst clashing cultures, societal expectations and generational differences.

A black african-american and a jew Jewish person walk into a bar. Or something. It’s a movie about how two people coming from different families, cultures and backgrounds can overcome racism (from one to the other), ignorance and stereotypes. It’s basically a politically-correct Romeo and Juliet, but with more cliches and a happy ending. It has some funny moments, but not even the great trio of Fox Mulder, Elaine Bennes and Eddie Murphy can’t drag this over the water.

Two popcorns, because it’s better that watching paint dry.

🍿 🍿 / 5