Yeah, it’s as good as everybody says it is.
I’m amazed to see a film that seems to have no determined structure to its story—besides its imperative climax—yet, work impossibly well. Essentially, it’s just a collection of expressively directed, written, and skillfully shot scenes which is…fabulous. Do the Right Thing surveys a rollercoaster of unlimited hatred in a neighborhood that, somehow, seems to have a beautifully hardy desirability to it.
And OMG, young Gus Fring? What are you doing in this movie?
“Do the Right Thing” is now available to rent and buy on YouTube, Amazon Prime, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu, and Starz.