Spike Lee talks about his film Da 5 Bloods and shares his memory of the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated.
Censorship is killing Creativity, welcome to the age of woke boredom! Thanks asshats in California, not enough to shit on your own streets..
if you havent seen it yet. Watch Malcolm X, one of Spike Lees greatest movies
In contrast to this *you have Nolan’s Dunkirk movie which makes no mentioning of Blacks, Sikhs, and South Indian soldiers* from Mysore & Madras. *Why because the Whites are ashamed* to confront & accept the fact the left all the above to die over there & *rescued only those who is white.*
Edit:- don’t know why Nolan did that but anyways his movies like prestige, inception and interstellar will perhaps be what people think about him as director.
Spike Lee is in the best shape ever.
Yo Spike you living da dream ?
Is that the guy who directed a commercial for the Navy?
Respectfully, i always thought mlk was assassinated because he was on the cusp of the reformation of the black dollar…i stand to be corrected tho
Jimmy faking this hard
Why do those people never forget the “Jr” but always forget the “Dr”?
Powerful. I wish this segment would have been longer. I wish he’d been able to elaborate on his own personal experience and the effect he witnessed in his community from Dr. King’s assassination.
Turn on, tune in… (must) see ‘Da 5 Bloods’.
LOl, ok Lee was crying at 11, in Brooklyn from something that happened in Tennessee. Kamela Harris was crying “FEEEEDOOMMM”. None of them where there. Just shut up.
Pence’s tweet on MLK made me want to puke.
The glamorous call conceptually calculate because loss clasically dust sans a mixed smash. proud, dead love
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