She Hate Me
- 2 hr 18 min
Directed by Spike Lee the movie is based around a successful young executive played by(Anthony Mackie). On his way to the top Jack's(Anthony Mackie)colleague commits suicide and Jack gets accused of serial fraud and has all of his assets frozen. Desperate for money Jack turns to sperm donation has an option to make ends meet. He eventually encounter two beautiful lesbian women who seek to have a child. He offers his service for an exchange of ten thousand dollars. They then conspire to start an underground business that helps lesbian couples get impregnated by him for a fee. What starts off as a sexual fantasy for Jack quickly turns into a smear campaign when he runs into the daughter of a Mafia boss. Word is spread all around town about the impregnation business and eventually comes to the attention of Jack's fellow employees. They use this information against Jack to smear his name and make it hard for him to remain at the company. Their true attention is to conceal their own criminal intentions. At the middle of the movie Jack is caught up in the midst of controversy. His sexual history is dug into and everything done has been brought into the light. Eventually Jack is brought in front of the United States Senate where he must stand trial against the charges on him. His sexual activities with women and with the Mafia family is brought up in front of the jury. He eventually wins the case and is seen with his nineteen children. At the end of the movie Jack and his ex girlfriend(Fatima played by Kerry Washington) reconnect and realize that they both still have feelings for each other. Though they are together they both agree that they love Fatima's new girlfriend(Alex) and start a polyamorous relationship with all three members aware of each other. Movie critiques and awards This movie's budget was eight million dollars, but only grossed about a third of that during its box office opening. It got very bad reviews and was the topic of controversy for many critiques. The movie itself went on to be nominated for many awards such as Best Director and Best Outstanding Break through.