BlacKkKlansman Movie Review
He uses language and profanity with savage intent and it brings the viewer to the very edge of comfort and often times over it. His message is also so heavy, that without the humour and human connection of some of the characters, it would overpower. As it is, it burns its way into your memory cells.
The story of a black police detective that is invited to join the Ku Klux Klan is based on the autobiographical book Black Klansman by Ron Stallworth and its truths are so outrageous, that it ...
Check out the first trailer from Spike Lee’s new movie BlacKkKlansman!
“…this is Lee’s most vital and impassioned film in decades”
Steve Pond - The Wrap
“…Lee reasserts himself once again as a vital, complex voice in cinema”
Richard Lawson - Vanity Fair
“Led by strong performances from John David Washington and Adam Driver, BlacKkKlansman is sobering, darkly funny, uneven and impossible to ignore”
Tim Grierson - Screen Daily
BlacKkKlansman will be released in Australian cinemas August 9!