Crime • R • 2002 • 2 hr 15 min
One of Lee’s most overlooked films, with a great lead from Norton in his prime
This is one of Norton’s strongest performances in my opinion. A film that brings humanity to a troubled world.
Superb drama movie from Spike Lee, clever and thoughtful story, great acting all round. Must see movie
Great actors (Hoffman, Norton) are joined by very medicore actors (Dawson, Pepper, Paquin) to flesh out a very meh script.
Las secuencias son simplemente magníficas, excelente ritmo y construcción de escenas, gran reparto la actuación de Edward y Philip 10/10
Decent spike lee film. Not his best but still great. Long dialogues & the famous “fuck you” scene. B-roll is gorgeous & the ending is too.
Very heavy, but well made. I've been avoiding a rewatch but I do want to see it again.
Norton has 24 hours to say goodbye to friend, family and girlfriend before he enters prison. Spike Lee brings a great cast.
Pretty good movie. I'd watch it again. Ending is excellent
Pretty good movie. I'd watch it again. Ending was excellent
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