• fia

    ★★★

    Adrien Brody with spiked hair pretending to be a British punk??????????????

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  • Adam Arnold

    ★★½

    Ridiculous

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  • Alison

    ★★★★★

    imagine cheating on mira sorvino lmao can’t relate

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  • amirhorror

    ★★★★

    Esa guerra entre el disco y el punk, mientras El Hijo De Sam acaba con sus víctimas. Que rabia me dio que fuera tan puta rata el Leguizamo con Brody.

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  • Ferg

    ★★★★★

    Lee is channeling Scorsese by way of Last Exit to Brooklyn here with a hot, tense and disturbing tale of a city in fear. Brody, Leguizamo, Badalucco, Sorvino, etc etc are all amazing.

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  • owentorrance

    ★★½

    Zodiac on Viagra.

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  • samuel

    ★★★★½

    this has made me feel like a complete idiot for having an intentional blindspot in terms of mid-career spike lee. id seen screen caps of clockers and parts of this that had that annoying washed out green filter over it that films like man on fire had and kind of assumed it wasn’t worth it but man this was really good. kind of like the whistle-stop late 70s cultural tourism of dazed and confused or everybody wants some transplanted into…

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  • CWW

    ★★★★½

    Instead of doing a straight up true-crime historical picture, Spike Lee chooses to do what he does best: a portrait of a New York neighborhood and the intertwining lives in it and societal pressures pushing down on people and sending them to the breaking point.


    My only issue is I think this movie would have been a 5/5 for me by not showing Berkowitz at all because the scenes with him were a bit corny.

    This movie is also horny as hell.

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  • Lola

    ★★★½

    Mainly watched this for Adrien Brody’s mowhawk and spikes. Was not disappointed !

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  • Devon Wells

    ★★★

    Better than its reputation, Lee's portrait of 1977 revisits familiar territory to underscore how broad social tensions bring about specific, personal consequences.

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  • mrdrenzaria

    ★★½

    Don't listen to talking dogs that tell you to kill people. It will save you a lot of trouble in the long run.

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  • Jonathan Fredrick

    ★★★½

    This feels like a rough attempt at something which Spike Lee would ultimately do much better in 25th Hour. I don’t think describing this as collection of scenes would be fair or accurate, but something about the film as a whole doesn’t cohere as well as it could. And the lengthy runtime combined with the larger-than-life characters left me feeling fatigued by the end. (To draw a sharper contrast, Malcolm X is about an hour longer but also much tighter…

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