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Clockers 1995


From Amazon: Based on the riveting bestseller by Richard Price, this 1995 crime drama was directed by Spike Lee with such authority and authenticity that it has the hyper-real quality of a stylized documentary. Fully capturing the thoroughly researched detail of Price's novel, the film focuses on Strike (newcomer Mekhi Phifer), a young, ambitious "clocker"--or drug dealer--who works the streets of his New York housing project, selling drugs for a local supplier named Rodney (played with ferocious charisma by Delroy Lindo). Just as Strike is struggling to get away from his dead-end life of crime, another dealer is murdered in a fast-food restaurant and...

Directed By:
Spike LeeSpike Lee
Written By:
Richard PriceRichard Price
Spike LeeSpike Lee
Starring:
Mekhi PhiferMekhi Phifer
Harvey KeitelHarvey Keitel
Delroy LindoDelroy Lindo
No image existsIsaiah Washington IV
John TurturroJohn Turturro
Keith DavidKeith David

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Clockers Movie Review by Movie Addict (8/6/2007)

Rodney (Delroy Lindo): If God created anything better than crack cocaine he kept that sh*t for hisself.

A Martin Scorsese/Spike Lee film directed by Spike Lee that tells the story of life in the projects and the actions and attitudes of the police.

It was really interesting to hear the comments of the police as they...

(complete Clockers review by Movie Addict)



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