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Submitted by MinimeJer05 700d ago | review

Red Hook Summer Blu-ray Review - WGTC

Jeremy of We Got This Covered wrote, "Spike Lee returns to Brooklyn for Red Hook Summer, his impartial film that focuses on religion, our economy and a handful of current hot topics that weigh down on our youth of today. Lee’s been out of the mainstream eye for a few years now, but Red Hook Summer is a strong reminder why we’ve all learned to know his name. The film is as hard-hitting and as relevant as Do the Right Thing was back when it saw release in the late 80s, only this time around Lee chooses to focus on an even smaller group of characters as he spreads his film out across one hot Brooklyn summer." (Blu-ray, Red Hook Summer) 4/5

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