‘Black KkKlansman’ is Spike Lee’s Masterpiece

Adam Driver and John David Washington in “Black KkKlansman.”

When Spike Lee says no one makes movies like he does, he is right. Messy, raw, audacious, didactic, his films always have something important to say, even if he often gets lost in the saying. Not so with “BlacKkKlansman,” Lee’s most important, and best, film in over a decade.

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