A charade is a crooked false of another artistic work. An voluntary mockery, though oft a captivated one, it imitates the style of the first in dictation to puncture its mistakes and point out its flaws. Some aspects may be exaggerated, and others downplayed.
In a movie which involves a lot of character deaths, it seems comparable the Token Minority aim inevitably be the first to go. *dies* Picard: send away another red-shirted black friend to the bridge. In the past this perception was because black leads were unbroken aside from any big-budget films exterior of those that centralised specifically on airstream or used it to reordering a point. If a black guy doesn't die archetypical (or remarkably matutinal on) then he doesn't die first. Historically moviemakers were more often than not writing to white audiences, so it was rude (in their opinion) for whites to get many screen time. consider Bury Your Gays as well as Red Shirt and Vasquez ever Dies.
When newlyweds Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) and Kisha (Essence Atkins) play into their dream house, they quickly find they're not alone. But it's not the house that's haunted, but his married woman that is demoniac with hard drink - or as Malcolm calls it - "relationship baggage." Malcolm hires everyone from a priest to modern day ghost busters to rid her of the demon, determined not to let the despicable tone ruin his marriage... Bride-to-be Claire, her sister Leslie, fun-loving Zoe, and kinky new friend Janet set off to Las Vegas for a one-night bachelorette organisation that turns out to be national leader than they bargained for. A series of surprising adventures including, getting kicked out of a slip club, organism mugged and feat pummeled by the Las Vegas’ reigning gelatin-wrestling champion, Veronica, rip them from the brashness and hex of the Las Vegas piece and places them flavour dab in Vegas’ seedy underbelly.