Film Review: ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Lee’s Best, Most Important Film Since ‘Malcolm X’

Hollywood seems to have a love/hate relationship with filmmaker Spike Lee.

The Morehouse College alum helped revitalize Black cinema in 1986 with “She’s Gotta Have It,” but has ruffled feathers for speaking truth to power when it comes to racism in America.

However, with “BlacKkKlansman,” Lee recaptures the magic he captured in 1992 with “Malcolm X,” a socially relevant look at race in America that is both culturally monumental and critically acclaimed.

To put it bluntly, Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman” is the filmmaker’s boldest, best and most important film since his biopic on the legendary Nation of Islam leader.

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