When first we meet Kenya McQueen (Sanaa Lathan), we immediately see that shes an uptight and anal African-American workaholic paranoid about a mere wrinkle on her beige power suit. This rude attitude instantly repels us and fails to ignite any sense of empathy for her boo-hoo single status. Then, when Ms. Narrow-Minded is set up with a white man on a blind date, her repulsion for his skin color is painfully obvious. Oh, poor little prejudiced girl has to be seen with a handsome, rugged-looking heartthrob. Eventually, of course, the two get involved in a heated love affair, and Kenya does let her hair down, literally. But the racial tension and unnecessarily hostile situations inhibit first-time director Sanaa Hamri.