Category: david bax

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The TV Room: Native Son, by David Bax

This review originally ran as a part of our Sundance 2019 coverage. It’s not that we don’t need another movie that highlights the daily barrage of microaggressions a person of color faces in America. On the contrary, some of the...

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High Life: I Can Feel It, by David Bax

Robert Pattinson’s gift as an actor is that he doesn’t just imply, with his bearing and the architectural wonder of his face, that his characters have a subconscious; he does so in such a way that we think we’ve noticed...

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Monday Movie: Mad Love, by David Bax

1935’s Mad Love has kind of a crazy plot but it has an even crazier pedigree. The final film directed by Karl Freund, the brilliant cinematographer of The Last Laugh and Metropolis fame, Mad Love is also the Hollywood debut...