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Design of the Week | Chi-Raq

Spike Lee gives you ample reasons to dislike his new movie, Chi-Raq, most notably the heavy-handedness with which the director and co-writer drives home his message. I imagine that most viewers fall into the same camp as Lee with regards to topical American issues such as racial inequity, gun control and responsibility, and the imprisonment of the poor. No matter how stirring John Cusack's performance is, Lee's not winning over skeptics because of delivery.

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 03 February, 2016 0 comments |

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