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Film
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  She Hate Me cinematronic
  director

Spike Lee

cast

Anthony Mackie, Kerry Washington, Ellen Barkin, Monica Bellucci, Jim Brown, Ossie Davis, Jamel Debbouze, Brian Dennehy, Woody Harrelson, Bai Ling, Lonette McKee, Paula Jai Parker, Q-Tip, Dania Ramirez, John Turturro, Chiwetel Ejiofor

year

2004

rating rating cinematronic
  "She Hate Me," filmmaker Spike Lee's least successful, most embarrassing film, comes right after one of his best, "25th Hour." Oh, snap! With a script that tries to skewer sexual, racial, electoral and office politics, "She Hate Me" is ambitious — and pretentious and cringe-inducing, instead of astute and funny. Jack Armstrong (Anthony Mackie), a highly educated black exec at a biotech company, is fired for blowing the whistle on the firm's bogus business practices. Blackballed from other jobs, he learns that the only way he can make a living is by impregnating child-hungry lesbians! Y'see, Jack's ex-fiancée Fatima (Kerry Washington), who left him for another woman, wants a kid. Although her girlfriend balks, Fatima asks Jack to provide the batter for her baby-cake, thinks that other "sisters" would be interested, and offers to broker her stud. In this absurd fantasy, lots of lesbians sign on to get Jack-juice the old fashioned way: coitus. Most of 'em, even the butch ones, get off. Meanwhile, Jack's former employers teeter on the brink of bankruptcy, and blame him. Lee attracts some big-name players: Woody Harrelson and Ellen Barkin as Jack's bosses; Jim Brown and Lonette McKee as Jack's parents; John Turturro and Monica Bellucci as a Mafia don and his dyke daughter; Ossie Davis, Brian Dennehy, and more. But their skills are squandered on "She Hate Me," which deserves scorn, not hate.  
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