FFCC members on ‘BlacKkKlansman’

FFCC members on the new Spike Lee joint BlacKkKlansman.

Dan HudakPunch Drunk Movies

“[Lee] imbues the proceedings with a cryptic sense of fun, not at the KKK’s members’ expense, but at the absurdity of the entire situation. You’ll like Ron and Flip, and because you can laugh with them as well, the movie works.”

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Cameron MeierOrlando Weekly

“Though the latest addition to [Lee’s] canon, BlacKkKlansman, is undeniably powerful, it’s also one big mess of a movie: structurally flawed, conceptually challenged and tonally troubled.”

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Hans MorgensternIndependent Ethos

“Spike Lee does a dynamic job pointing out a disturbing cycle that plagues U.S. culture with both humor and a startling seriousness.”

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Ruben RosarioMiami Art Zine

“Spike Lee delivers one hell of a ride in BlacKkKlansman, a feel-good agitprop caper that takes place in the 1970s but has present-day concerns very much on its mind. It’s one of the prolific filmmaker’s angriest works, and also one of his most purely enjoyable.”

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Alfred SotoHumanizing the Vacuum

“For a Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman feels weightless. Nothing is at stake when the bad guys are this bad.”

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