Alexander Bakshy

Alexander Bakshy

Agrees with the Tomatometer 50% of the time.

Publications:
The Nation
Total Reviews:
4

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
91% Tabu: A Story of the South Seas (1931) " Tabu is deliberate and forced in its playfulness, cheaply melodramatic in its tragedy, and unconscionably long-winded." — The Nation
Posted Jan 18, 2013
91% The Front Page (1931) " By far the highest honors in this go to Mr. Menjou, who gives as polished a performance of a gruff and unscrupulous editor as he used to give of a man about town." — The Nation
Posted Jan 18, 2013
100% Trader Horn (1931) " The picture is a magnificent record of wild life in Central Africa, abounding in thrilling episodes and in scenic splendors." — The Nation
Posted Jan 18, 2013
98% City Lights (1931) " Chaplin's growing seriousness, his desire to be more than a mere comedian have deceived him into holding sentiment more precious than fun." — The Nation
Posted Jan 18, 2013
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