“Black or White” is not so black and white

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Dustin Chase reviews the film "Black or White" and says the film sacrifices emotional power with too much low-brow comedic relief. The film pairs director Mike Binder and actor Kevin Costner again after having previously worked on the "Upside of Anger."

Chase says the movie does a good job showing that no one is perfect, everyone makes mistakes, and admitting you're at fault isn't easy . For those reasons, he suggests going to check out "Black or White."

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