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  • 'Red Hook Summer': Spike Lee summers in Brooklyn, again ★★ 1/2

    'Red Hook Summer': Spike Lee summers in Brooklyn, again ★★ 1/2
    Spike Lee's movies generally attempt too much, try too many things, canvass a larger array of characters and situations than even a loosely structured story line can easily accommodate. And that's one of the gratifying traits in his work.
  • Concert review: Bruce Hornsby at Plaza Live

    Concert review: Bruce Hornsby at Plaza Live
    For even the most experienced performers, there’s an art to working in the spotlight alone. It takes more than solid material, more than self-assurance and engaging stage presence. All of those elements are required, of course, along with...

    Spike Lee films one more oddity in Bruce Hornsby's strange career

    In 1986, a young musician living in Los Angeles named Bruce Hornsby achieved what so many young musicians hope for: a hit. It was hardly a barn burner, but with a catchy piano hook and a certain topicality about racism -- this was not long before Tawana...

    Film Review: 'Da Sweet Blood of Jesus'

    Although Spike Lee has made it clear from the start that his Kickstarter-funded "blood addiction" drama "Da Sweet Blood of Jesus" isn't a remake of 1972's blaxploitation "Blacula," it turns out that the closely guarded project is in fact a remake -- at...

    In 'Oldboy' trailer, Spike Lee gets deliciously genre-y

    In 'Oldboy' trailer, Spike Lee gets deliciously genre-y
    Revenge tales don’t come more hard-boiled than Chan-wook Park’s “Old Boy.” Unless, perhaps, it’s Spike Lee’s “Oldboy,” the 2013 remake of the Cannes-decorated 2003 hit. At least that’s how it seems...