Martial artist pursuing a Doctorates of Physical Therapy who happens to love cinema.
They should really call him Spike "Mystic" Lee. Either that, or his films really are echoes of the reality that has been existing for decades, centuries.
And although imperfect, Lee's BlacKkKlansman was much more cohesive than his most recent release Da 5 Bloods. It's too bad that cohesiveness wasn't any tighter. What starts out extremely strong is eventually zig zagging all over the place, especially by the 3rd act. But there is no doubt that the film is unequivocally gripping and too relatable to our current realities.
Hurley truly was lost...
It's great to see Jorge Garcia again.
It may have been a slow burn, but he was absolutely captivating in Nobody Knows I'm Here. Lonely, eerie, moody are just some of the adjectives that describe the film as a whole. Subdued Hurley as a character also fits all of those adjectives into his soul. And in addition, director Gaspar Antillo and cinematographer Sergio Armstrong enhanced his performance with nondistracting somber shots and sounds making everything that much more emotional.
Sometimes you just want someone to listen.