Two hours of your life you'll never have back.

28th June 2013

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This movie was plain old ANNOYING to watch. The only characters i could stand were the Italians. The public enemy song was so overplayed I hated that song by the end of the movie. The black people were just annoying to sit there and listen to and seemed like they were just some losers who didn’t have anything better to do with their time than just sit around and complain all day.
-On Do The Right Thing

This movie was plain old ANNOYING to watch. The only characters i could stand were the Italians. The public enemy song was so overplayed I hated that song by the end of the movie. The black people were just annoying to sit there and listen to and seemed like they were just some losers who didn’t have anything better to do with their time than just sit around and complain all day.

-On Do The Right Thing

Tagged: filmdo the right thingspike leeI hate these people.

28th June 2013

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What a raciest movie. “African American.” Need I say more? If your an “American” then you are simply an “American.” But these Black Biggots constantly have to seperate themselves from other Americans. It is down right raciest, just as this hate heavy movie is. This is why our Black youth in America are such pieces of excriment. Not only are their parents worthless, but they instilled this racist hate mongering behivor. Malcom X was nothing but a TERRIORIST! It is so sad that our Black Americans look up to this RACIST. This movie and everything it represents is nothing but a HATE crime towards every non-Black American. This is so wrong. You all need to grow up and realize the “chains” these people hold on to is only an excuse for attention and their hateful way of life; the chains are iron flakes now anyhow (rust is not a friend of metal). Stop showing your kids this hate.
-On Malcom X

What a raciest movie. “African American.” Need I say more? If your an “American” then you are simply an “American.” But these Black Biggots constantly have to seperate themselves from other Americans. It is down right raciest, just as this hate heavy movie is. This is why our Black youth in America are such pieces of excriment. Not only are their parents worthless, but they instilled this racist hate mongering behivor. Malcom X was nothing but a TERRIORIST! It is so sad that our Black Americans look up to this RACIST. This movie and everything it represents is nothing but a HATE crime towards every non-Black American. This is so wrong. You all need to grow up and realize the “chains” these people hold on to is only an excuse for attention and their hateful way of life; the chains are iron flakes now anyhow (rust is not a friend of metal). Stop showing your kids this hate.

-On Malcom X

Tagged: I think I've quoted parts of this before but fuck this person.FilmMalcom XSpike LeeracismracistThis is seriosuly the worst review I've read.

28th February 2013

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the cops came too fast and were ALL white. come on… i know how racist police can be but this is just not realistic
— On Do The Right Thing

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5th February 2013

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The dance scene was good. Once again I bought this move on VHS at a bargain price at a drugstore uptown. I will force myself to finish watching this since I have nothing else to watch. Hey! You may love it, I didn’t. Spike (race card) Lee.
— On Malcom X

Tagged: When I think of Malcom X I think of dancingspike leenetflix

5th February 2013

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What a raciest movie. “African American.” Need I say more? If your an “American” then you are simply an “American.” But these Black Biggots constantly have to seperate themselves from other Americans. It is down right raciest, just as this hate heavy movie is. This is why our Black youth in America are such pieces of excriment. Not only are their parents worthless, but they instilled this racist hate mongering behivor.
— On Malcom X

Tagged: This is down right the raciest review I've read so farmalcom xnetflixspike leeracieismraceracism

4th February 2013

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If everyone in the movie was a little more tolerant of others none of the things at the end would have ever happened. Sal could have lightened up about having “brothers” pictures on the wall, Radio could have been more considerate with his music, Mookie could have been a better worker and more of a father to his son, and of course the cops could have chilled out more instead of being the final straw to cause the riot.
— On Do The Right Thing

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