With this extraordinary transfer, Criterion honors the profound hothouse intensity of Spike Lee’s greatest film.
The ingrained self-hatred of its characters reflect outward toward those who remind them of themselves.
Migrating Forms remains the art-house event of the New York moviegoing calendar.
It swaggers onto Blu-ray with a superfly transfer from Kino, accompanied, unfortunately, by nothing more contextual than the trailer.
Chief among the film’s beauties is the simplicity of the setting itself.
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No Way Out borrows the template for socially conscious filmmaking from both Gentlemen’s Agreement and Crossfire.
The film is still an important footnote in the history of Hollywood's portrayals of racism.
School Daze is, if nothing else, a compelling time capsule of racial politics in the late ‘80s.
"Tanya got a big ol' butt. Shirley got a big ol' butt. Irene got a big ol' butt. Theresa got a big ol' butt."