By Missy Schwartz
Updated August 08, 2006 at 04:00 AM EDT
Inside Man: David Lee

Inside Man, Spike Lee’s thriller about a bank heist that’s not what it seems, is a genre flick for the post-9/11 age. It’s smart, twisty, and talky. And just check out that cast. EXTRAS On the director’s commentary, Lee is a wildly entertaining host, hooting over Denzel Washington’s expertly improvised lines and slamming gangster-rap culture (”that s— is pure genocide”). There’s also a decent behind-the-scenes mini-doc, and an all-too-short featurette in which Washington and Lee chat about the four movies they’ve made together, Oprah, and ”gettin’ old.”