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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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The L.A. Rep-port: Noir City, by Scott Nye

Noir isn’t just the genre trappings we’re constantly sold; long shadows and dangerous ladies and hardened men. It’s something that digs into the soul and the body and the way we try to live with and apart one another. It’s...

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BP’s Top 100 Challenge #25: M, by Sarah Brinks

I decided to undertake a movie challenge in 2017. This seemed like a good way to see some classic movies that I have unfortunately never seen. The Battleship Pretension Top 100 list provided such a challenge. ­­Fritz Lang’s first “talking picture”...