Do the Right Thing   4/06/23
by Thief
The right hand: the hand of love.

Do the Right Thing   12/15/22
by KeyserCorleone
However, I think the best movie to compare this to is Citizen Kane, due to Lee starring perfectly as the lead character in an incredibly thematic movie which gives people a lot of things to think about at just about every corner.

Do the Right Thing   10/05/21
by Citizen Rules
Director: Spike Lee Writer: Spike Lee Starring: Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis, Rosie Perez, Spike Lee

Do the Right Thing   6/30/20
by Gideon58
With everything that is going on in this country right now, I thought it was a good time to take a look at Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, a ferocious, uncompromising, and emotionally charged look at racism that has obviously become more timely than ever.

Do the Right Thing   9/06/16
by mark f
The score, as with most of Spike's early films, is credited to his father Bill Lee, and although most of it is highly reminiscent of Aaron Copland in the 1940s (another homage to the classical theatricality of the film), it's also suffused with Bill Lee's natural inclination toward late 20th-century...

Do the Right Thing   1/25/15
by hello101
Anyways, Spike Lee makes it look effortlessly easy and packs his film with lively and colorful personalities, feulled by the stellar actings of the stacked cast.

Do the Right Thing   7/22/11
by iluv2viddyfilms
Spike Lee probably gets the most screen time as he acts within his own film and the title could refer to many things, but most likely its the action Lees character Mookie takes at the films climax.

Do the Right Thing   11/22/10
by TheUsualSuspect
Everyone of these characters are going on about their lives and the film feels as if we are just dropping by for a day, the hottest day of the year that is, which is evident by the vibrant use of colours Lee uses.

Do the Right Thing   2/25/09
by meatwadsprite
Aside from it's lessons , Do The Right Thing is a great character movie.

Do the Right Thing   4/02/07
by Yoda
How much of the admiration the film receives is based on it being perceived as "important," rather than, well, simply good? Unfortunately, there's no way of knowing, but I liked what I saw, albeit not as much as the rest of you.

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