Guess Who

A couple of movie stars give it a good go in Guess Who, but this is a comedy that offers little in the way of laughter and a little too much in the ways of banality. Ashton Kutcher and Bernie Mac endure a bunch of improbable, embarrassing situations (being forced to share a bed, driving go carts on busy city streets, etc.) in a movie that never truly takes flight. This is a film that fails to distinguish itself. While the movie advertises itself as a comedy about interracial relationships, it seems to be scared of itself. Apart from a dinner table scene where race relations are bluntly approached in a truly funny and shocking manner, the film directs most of its humor at other targets. Metrosexuals, corporate humor and Ashton Kutcher’s dick size distract from the film’s supposed goal of showing that race relations have improved since the 1967 inspiration for this film, Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy’s somewhat lousy Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner.

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