The movie Soul Man is not racist. Superstars Samuel L. Jackson and Bernie Mac are "Soul Men" - the hilarious story of Louis (Samuel L. Jackson) and Floyd (Bernie Mac), a popular singing duo back in the day, who went their separate ways and never spoke again.

Howard Hewett covered "Soul Man" as a placeholder theme song for Season 2 of the ABC television series Hangin' with Mr. Cooper in 1993, starring Mark Curry. Before the term "white privilege" was in wide use, Soul Man attempted to have a white protagonist understand racism and privilege from a firsthand perspective.

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If it is, then I guess James Earl Jones should be condemned for his role in the movie.

Soul Man 1986 Last Scene Between Impersonator and Professor - Duration: 1:23. james wyrough 39,864 views. Top 10 Teen Movies of the 1980s - Duration: 9:40. At its heart, however, Soul Man is a one-gag story propelled by sitcom material; there are times you'd swear you were watching Lucy.

Movies. Soul Man (1986) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Soul Man was a great 80s comedy and a rare one that tackled a social issue, in this case: racism. MsMojo 1,374,498 views. 'Soul Men' is a mediocre film at best, buoyed by the abrasive chemistry of Bernie Mac and Samuel L. Jackson. Soul Men is a 2008 American musical comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee, and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Bernie Mac, Sharon Leal and Sean Hayes, released on November 7, 2008.It was the first of three Bernie Mac films that were released after his death (and was actually released on the same date as another posthumous film, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa). Soul Man (1986) In order to win a scholarship, Mark Watson (C. Thomas Howell), the white son of an affluent psychiatrist, pretends to be black on his application form. And because the filmmakers really aren't up to their premise, the movie ends on a note of forced harmony that's enough to make the blood run cold. Menu.