Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind The Making Of “The Best Man”

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The Malcolm Lee Style 

Though Malcolm was appreciative of having Spike on set, he said back in 1999, that he’s not trying to become him.

“I’m not trying to follow in Spike’s footsteps. I’m just trying to be my own filmmaker, my own artist. I don’t think my style is defined yet. Hopefully, you won’t be able to pigeonhole me and say, ‘This is the Malcolm Lee style,’ because I want to make different kinds of movies.”

And that’s pretty much what he did. After The Best Man, Lee went on to direct Undercover Brother and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, movies that were radically different than his first film.

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