Cronies (2015), at first glance, seems like a film about the way race impacts friendships. After further thought, though, it seems to be much more about the way friendships develop in that precarious part of adulthood when youth is slowly fading away and people are letting it go at different paces. Louis wants to do right by his girlfriend and daughter, but Jack is more vulgar and content to chase girls and avoid adulthood with abandon. When Louis starts hanging out with his friend Andrew, Jack refuses to let the friendship go. Helmed by Spike Lee, the movie is poignant—and includes a topless Kelsey Roof floating in the pool.