Spike Lee Quotes and its meanings

Spike Lee has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Alone Change Dreams Education History Hope Men Movies Power Women

Spike Lee Quotes Index

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What does Spike Lee write about?

Spike Lee has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about age, alone, change, dreams, education, history, hope, men, movies, power & women. People always share Age quotes, Alone quotes, change, dreams, education, history, hope, men, movies & power from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Spike Lee?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Spike Lee.

  • We grew up in a very creative environment and were exposed to the arts at a very young age, so it's not a surprise that all of us are in some form of the arts.
  • I'd like to state that Spike Lee is not saying that African American culture is just for black people alone to enjoy and cherish. Culture is for everybody.
  • Any film I do is not going to change the way black women have been portrayed, or black people have been portrayed, in cinema since the days of D.W. Griffith.
  • It has been my observation that parents kill more dreams than anybody.
  • My grandmother lived to be 100 years old. Her grandmother was a slave, yet she was a college graduate in the Spellman class of 1917. She taught art for 50 years and she saved her Social Security checks for her children's education.
  • I had a great education. From kindergarten to John Dewey High School in Coney Island, I am public-school educated.
  • Violence is a part of America. I don't want to single out rap music. Let's be honest. America's the most violent country in the history of the world, that's just the way it is. We're all affected by it.
  • Right now a lot of people are still choosing to go to Toronto instead of shooting in New York City, something I haven't done and something I hope I'll never have to do.
  • I don't think I'm a total pessimist, so I think you can find hope in all my films.
  • If we became students of Malcolm X, we would not have young black men out there killing each other like they're killing each other now. Young black men would not be impregnating young black women at the rate going on now. We'd not have the drugs we have now, or the alcoholism.