She Hate Me Reviews
April 22, 2019
[The] ending is wincingly clichéd and offensive. Nevertheless, the film's spin on new queer families and fearless reassessment of the African American male is engaging and alive. Good to see Spike doing the right thing.
December 6, 2005
October 5, 2004
Watching it is like listening in on a heated debate amongst five people about various issues where all of them are talking at once and no one is stopping for a breath.
September 10, 2004
Using sex so amusingly, Lee makes satire sexy.
September 8, 2004
If Lee had focused, the film might have been a great one.
September 3, 2004
If you're truly adventurous in your movie-going and fed up with movies that play by the numbers, play it safe and come with audience-fawning reassurances, then She Hate Me just might be the harsh cinematic tonic you crave.
August 19, 2004
The shards of this film have more audacity and intelligence than most of what is out there and its failures are more interesting to ponder than most films' successes.
August 19, 2004
A reminder that Spike Lee is one of our great American filmmakers, unafraid to address, directly and artfully, contemporary issues in a context of national history.
August 13, 2004
Within its messy framework there's a lot to like about She Hate Me.
August 8, 2004
Shot in a fast 26 days, the film has an off-the-cuff feel which makes up in enthusiasm what it lacks in polish.
August 6, 2004
She Hate Me invites anger and analysis about the stereotypes it appears to celebrate; a film that attacked those stereotypes would inspire yawns.
August 5, 2004
Fun to watch and fun to think about later; it's chockful of provocative statements about corporate morality, sexual hypocrisy and what's wrong about both today.
July 29, 2004
This intensely topical satire tackles a wide range of important issues, from corporate whistle-blowing to the toll sexual license takes on stable family structures.
July 28, 2004
When it comes to social issues, Lee is fiercely, admirably activist, but when it comes to sex, he plays into stereotypes and myths that are all the more easily reinforced because they occur in a raucously comic context.