This isn't a bad week for movie openings. The Campaign made me laugh out loud quite a bit during its tidy 85 minutes. The Bourne Legacy had a better-than-decent head of spy-movie steam going for most of its running time. But the most interesting, challenging, purposefully frustrating, and idiosyncratically engaging picture opening this week as far as I can tell is Spike Lee's Red Hook Summer (pictured above: from left, Lillie Marshall, Toni Lysaith, Jules Brown, and Clarke Peters). And it was shot five minutes from my house. All reviewed for MSN Movies.