Tagged: david bax


Little: A Minor Achievement, by David Bax

Tina Gordon wrote the screenplay for this year’s What Men Want, a gender- and race-swapped version of Nancy Meyers’ What Women Want. Now Gordon has written and directed Little, a gender-, race- and age-swapped version of Penny Marshall’s Big. This time around, there is...


Dogman: Has His Day, by David Bax

This review originally ran a part of our TIFF 2018 coverage. Dogman starts out bearing some resemblance to a previous film from director Matteo Garrone, 2012’s Reality. That film’s lead was a fishmonger, well liked in his neighborhood; this time around, it’s...


Monday Movie: All the King’s Men, by David Bax

Watch a decontextualized clip of Broderick Craword as Willie Stark from the early part of Robert Rossen’s All the President’s Men and you’ll see an incendiary depiction of anti-establishment, proletariat fervor. It’s inspiring. It’s galvanizing. Viewed from the perch of...