The kind of thing that passed for satire on Twilight Zone
. Screenwriter and first-time director Desmond Nakano takes a gimmicky premise -- an America in which blacks are the privileged elite and whites are the oppressed minority -- and fashions a
painfully obvious message movie. John Travolta is a rough-edged, hard-working guy who can't get a break because smug racists like Harry Belafonte have all the power. His son won't play with a white-skinned action figure because all the real
superheroes are black. Condescending African-American
women coo about how cute little white children are. You can guess the rest. This well-intentioned, heavy-handed parab...