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    Clockers

    Nineteen-year-old 'Strike' Dunham is a small-time street drug dealer for Rodney Little, who wants Strike to kill a former dealer who stole from him. When the guyĀ is found with four bullets in his body, Strike's older brother turns himself in as the killer. Det. Rocco Klein doesn't buy the story, however, and sets out to find the truth, and it seems that all the fingers point toward Strike & Rodney.
    Duration: 128 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1995
    IMDb: 6.9
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  • Actors of "Clockers"

  • Characters of "Clockers"

    Det. Rocco Klein. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Harvey Keitel
    Det. Larry Mazilli. Character of Clockers
    Played by: John Turturro
    Rodney Little. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Delroy Lindo
    Ronald 'Strike' Dunham. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Mekhi Phifer
    Victor Dunham. Character of Clockers
    Andr. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Keith David
    Tyrone 'Shorty' Jeeter. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Peewee Love
    Iris Jeeter. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Regina Taylor
    Errol Barnes. Character of Clockers
    Scientific. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Sticky Fingaz
    Go. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Fredro Starr
    Horace. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Elvis Nolasco
    Stan. Character of Clockers
    Skills. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Hassan Johnson
    Gloria. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Frances Foster
    Detective Jo-Jo. Character of Clockers
    Big Chief. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Brendan Kelly
    Thumper. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Mike Starr
    Mr. Herman Brown. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Graham Brown
    Darryl Adams. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Steve White
    Chucky. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Spike Lee
    Solo. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Shawn McLean
    Bartucci. Character of Clockers
    Bill Walker. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Harry Lennix
    Medic A. Character of Clockers
    Played by: John Fletcher
    Medic Frank. Character of Clockers
    Played by: J.C. MacKenzie
    Smart Mike. Character of Clockers
    Played by: David Evanson
    Reverend Paul. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Norman Matlock
    Charles. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Isaac Fowler
    Davis, Bartender. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Maurice Sneed
    Kiki. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Ginny Yang
    Earl. Character of Clockers
    Moe. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Richard Ziman
    T. Character of Clockers
    Played by: David Batiste
    Ivan. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Mar'qus Sample
    Mark. Character of Clockers
    Dead Man Begging. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Ron Brice
    Louie. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Ken Garito
    'Pick Me Up' Kid. Character of Clockers
    Narc #3. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Michael Cullen
    Narc Larry. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Larry Mullane
    Bike Cop #2. Character of Clockers
    Bomb Girl. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Ronda Fowler
    EMS Technician. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Marc Webster
    Corrections Officer #2. Character of Clockers
    Baby Recruit #3. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Mark Howard
    T's Crewmember #1. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Lord Kayson
    Fruit of Islam Vendor. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Wayne Muhammed
    Street Vendor. Character of Clockers
    Played by: Martin Jaffe
  • Directors of "Clockers"

    Spike Lee. Director of Clockers
    Spike Lee
    Birthdate: 20 March 1957, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Creators of "Clockers"

    Richard Price. Director of Clockers
    Richard Price
    Birthdate: 12 October 1949, The Bronx, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Clockers"

    TIME Magazine
    September 22, 2008

    There is a force and focus in Lee's work, an absence of intellectual posturing and a willingness to let his material speak for itself that he has not achieved before.

    Chicago Reader
    September 22, 2008

    The performances are strong, but the spectator often feels adrift in an overly busy intrigue.

    Variety
    June 09, 2008

    A study of the urban dope-dealing culture and its toll on everyone who comes in contact with it, the picture has an insider's feel that is constantly undercut by the filmmaker's impulse to editorialize.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    The result is a more sober, mournful and meditative expressionism than you'd expect. That's not to say the film isn't suspenseful, but the director's distaste for the inner city's gun culture is clear to see. Superbly acted.

    Los Angeles Times
    August 15, 2002

    Helping make these points is as strong a cast as Lee has yet worked with.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    June 18, 2002

    Has the strengths of Spike Lee's best work without the preachiness and gimmicky camera moves of his weakest.

    Flavorwire
    August 16, 2016

    There's no denying the movie's greatness: the depth of the characters, the urgency of its narrative, the nightmarishness of its vision.

    The Moving Picture Show
    July 18, 2014

    Clockers leaves you with a sense of aching sadness, a regretful melancholy for the lives that have been blasted and the wrong decisions that have been made. Once again, Spike Lee has done the right thing.

    Matt's Movie Reviews
    July 06, 2010

    Spike Lee brings way too much baggage for the movie to work.

    TV Guide
    September 22, 2008

    Lee's film never recaptures the impact of the opening credit sequence, a grimly deglamorized tableaux of real-life crime scenes.

    Empire Magazine
    September 22, 2008

    Average Lee, but still enjoyable overall.

    Film4
    September 22, 2008

    Arguably Lee's best film since Do The Right Thing.

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