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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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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 Samuel L. Jackson earned an Oscar nomination for his role in Jungle Fever. He did not. See more »

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References 8 Mile (2002) See more »

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26 November 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

It's not the worst DVD supplement you'll ever see, but it is the usual studio fodder. I'm sure Lee didn't have a hand in the title, but it's a bad one. Sure, the film proper has certain resonances with 9/11 (although it would work fine, maybe even better, without them), but 'American Filmmaker'? 'Evolution of'? What is he, cast in stone already?


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