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25th Hour

$7.95 | 135 minutes

(2002) - Director, Producer

Spike Lee's bracing adaptation of David Benioff's novel is a vibrant, vital motion picture. Edward Norton plays Monty Brogan, a harmless drug dealer who has 24 hours of freedom before serving a seven-year jail sentence. Nervous, confused&hellip…

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4 Little Girls

$11.95 | 102 minutes

(1998) - Director, Producer

Spike Lee makes an impressive transition from fictional feature filmmaking to nonfiction with this powerful Oscar-nominated documentary. 4 LITTLE GIRLS tells the tragic story of the bombing of a basement in a black Baptist church in Birmingham&hellip…

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Do the Right Thing

$34.95 | 120 minutes

(1989) - Director, Producer, Screenwriter, Star(s)

In Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, disc jockey Mr. Seor Love Daddy wakes his morning listeners with soulful rhythms and prepares them for the sweltering heat of the summer's day. The nearby eatery and hangout is Sal's Famous Pizzeria. Young&hellip…

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He Got Game

$7.95 | 136 minutes

(1998) - Director, Screenwriter

Spike Lee turns his attention to the high-stakes world of basketball with this charged drama. Jake Shuttlesworth (Denzel Washington) is serving 15 years for playing a role in the death of his wife. His son, Jesus (Ray Allen), is the best&hellip…

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Malcolm X

$5.95 | 201 minutes

(1992) - Director, Star(s)

Spike Lee brings the life of African-American leader Malcolm X (an intense Denzel Washington in an Oscar-nominated performance) to the big screen in this sprawling, epic biographical drama. Born Malcolm Little, son of a Nebraska preacher&hellip…

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Miracle at St. Anna

$5.95 | 160 minutes

(2008) - Director, Producer

All Spike Lee's movies, from SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT forward, have tackled big ideas head-on using wide strokes to a paint a picture that is both impressionistic and realistic. Though not the most subtle director, Lee has consistently challenged&hellip…

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Passing Strange

$21.95 | 135 minutes

(2008) - Director

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Spike Lee turns his camera toward the stage for this filmed performance of the acclaimed Broadway musical by singer/songwriter Stew and his creative partner Heidi Rodewald. Developed at the Sundance Theater Lab&hellip…

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School Daze

$7.95 | 121 minutes

(1987) - Director

With SCHOOL DAZE, writer-director Spike Lee examines the tensions, biases, and frustrations of middle-class black youth at a southern college campus. Lee combines musical and fantasy sequences with satirical scenes to tell this pointed&hellip…

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When the Levees Broke

$17.95 | 256 minutes

(2006) - Director, Producer

With a runtime of over four hours, this HBO-produced Spike Lee documentary is the definitive word on Hurricane Katrina. Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005, causing the levees that had previously kept the city from flooding to burst&hellip…

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