When a young Caucasian military man is thrown into an all African-American barracks for punishment, he slowly earns the respect of his peers while they all are forced to contend with the prejudicial acts of a racist sergeant. Charlie Sheen, Laurence Fishburne, Martin Sheen (who also directed) and others appear in this well-intentioned drama. ~ Kristie Hassen, Rovi
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I also disagree with Sha...This is not some "africana culture" movie.
It has nothing to do with "one particular" race.
It's about knowing who you are, becoming a better person and not letting anyone or anything stand in your way of doing so. It's about acceptance....
It's about looking beyond the color of a person skin and getting to know the "inner man".
I didnt think I would like this movie because I thought it was "a man's man" movie, but I did. . .
I am not a big Charlie Sheen fan but his character was likeable. Martin Sheen's character was a racist and for a while I hated his character but toward the end I started to feel sorry for him.
This movie made me laugh and cry.
I will rank this a must see.