the beauty of this film... in my opinion.
I hope nobody takes this the wrong way, you never know with this sort of thing, but what I really liked about this movie was that most of the characters were black, and it really had nothing to do with anything. So often these days it seems like movies have black characters just for the sake of having black characters, and rather than really playing a character, they play "the black guy."
In this movie, if you had changed them all to be white people, or any other race really, it wouldn't have made any difference. That's what hollywood needs more of, in my opinion. That's progressive. They weren't stereotyped, it wasn't about their race, it was just a movie about people. Not a movie about BLACK PEOPLE. A movie about people who happened to also be black. If that makes sense. *shrug*