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Spike Lee's '25th Hour': The Evolution of an American Filmmaker (2003)

Spike Lee's filmmaking career is examined in this partial making-of for the film 25th Hour (2002). Interviews with cast members from this film and his past successes give us an idea what kind of dedicated person he truly is.

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Spike Lee's filmmaking career is examined in this partial making-of for the film 25th Hour (2002). Interviews with cast members from this film and his past successes give us an idea what kind of dedicated person he truly is.

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20 May 2003 (USA)  »

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EvoluciĆ³n de un director americano  »

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This making-of is featured on the DVD of 25th Hour (2002), released in May 2003. See more »

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We are told that Denzel Washington won a Golden Globe for his performance in Malcolm X, when in fact he was only nominated, losing to Al Pacino in Scent of a Woman. See more »

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Can you spell S U C K S !
24 November 2006 | by (Fayetteville, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

Yes fans, yet ANOTHER racist stinker from everybody's favorite racist director! And he wonders why he never even gets NOMINATED for an Academy Award, yet gets lots of them from the Essence awards (The Negro version of the Academy Awards). The only good thing about this "film" is that it only runs about 20 minutes. It's basically a Spike Lee Promo film and fails miserably. He makes films FOR, ABOUT, and STARRING only (or mostly) black people, who compromise only about 17% of the population and wonders why he never wins any general awards! Well DUH!!! If you make a product that only dogs would like, you can't wonder why no other animal likes it, unless your Spike Lee. I've only seen two of his films; Do The Right Thing and He Got Game, and thought they both belonged in the trash. If a white director made crap like this, he'd be branded the world's worst racist! Go figure!!!


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