Wisdom

Wisdom

Unable to find work after a past felony, graduate John Wisdom and his girlfriend embark on a cross-country bank-robbing spree in order to aid American farmers.

Wisdom tells the story of ambitious John Wisdom as he applies and is turned down for a number of jobs. Seeing little future for himself, Wisdom takes a left turn: he becomes a criminal "for the people," evocative of Robin Hood. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vicky W (gb) wrote: Not as scary as it said it was goin 2 b, basic plot was there though n it was ok

Amit C (ca) wrote: i wud lyk dat 2 happn 2 me even though its unrealistic..

Anthony A (kr) wrote: A fascinating look into a film that caused quite a ruckus.

Betina C (br) wrote: I simply LOVE that movie. To me, This is a girl movie ;o)

Ian M (fr) wrote: I adore Jenny McCarthy. I had the fortune to meet her once, and she is just as lovely and kooky in real life!

Stuart K (de) wrote: After nearly a decade of heavy, preachy urban films like She's Gotta Have It (1986), Do the Right Thing (1989) and Jungle Fever (1991). Spike Lee decided to do something different, a very adult film by playwright Suzan-Lori Parks. There's something very offbeat and quirky about this film, but it's frank, humourous depiction of phone sex keeps the film on it's feet. It has aspiring actress Judy (Theresa Randle), who refuses to strip for Quentin Tarantino during an audition, despite the promising sound of the film. Her agent (John Turturro) drops her, and Judy's acting coach (Susan Batson) isn't happy either. Juggling several different jobs, Judy takes a job at a "friendly phone line", she takes a liking to her boss Lil (Jenifer Lewis), and the "friendly phone line" turns out to be a sex phone chat line. She begins the job as "Girl 6", and uses her acting talents to great use throughout this job. She becomes popular with regular callers, however, she comes to trust them just a little too much, and this takes it's toll mentally on Judy and begins a decent into a nervous breakdown. It's got some good dialogue and movie references throughout. Lee lightened up with this one, and he should try something like this again, plus, it has a great soundtrack of songs by Prince, and cameos from Naomi Campbell, Halle Berry, Ron Silver and Madonna.