Do the Right Thing is one of the most iconic Brooklyn movies of all time. It came out in 1989 and Brooklyn has changed a lot since then. Now, 26 years after the original, we finally have a sequel that we think does an equally good job of reflecting the spirit and feeling of Brooklyn today.
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