Inside Man

Spike Lee's strongest, sharpest film since SUMMER OF SAM (1999) takes a clever but gimmicky script by first-time screenwriter Russell Gewirtz and wreaths it in the nostalgic grit of classic New York crime movies like DOG DAY AFTERNOON (1975) and THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE (1974). And if the twists and turns of Gewirtz's tale of a bank robbery more