Central Cinema’s Hot Summer Nights series concludes with a film that will forever scream summer. Set in Brooklyn on the hottest day of the year, Spike Lee’s 1989 film Do the Right Thing is a bright, sexy, stylish blast of entertainment that boils over into hardcore drama involving race, gentrification, police brutality, and the crazy shit humans can be driven to by oppressive heat. The first five minutes—featuring Rosie Perez dancing her ass off to Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power”—will have you screaming at the screen, and that’s only the beginning. It’s a great, messy masterpiece. (Central Cinema, 1411 21st Ave, www.central-cinema.com, 7 pm, $6 adv/$8 DOS)