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Crooklyn

Rated PG-13 for drug content.

PG-13 112min.
 
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Spike Lee and his siblings Cinque Lee and Joie Lee co-wrote this nostalgic but unglamorized look at a family growing up in Brooklyn in the 1970s, inspired by their own childhood. Read More
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