One Bad Cat

2 out of 5 stars

Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars
Documentary profiles rarely do justice to the whole of their subjects’ lives, but evading the late-in-life spiritual conversion of “outsider” artist, erstwhile cocksman and cleric Albert Wagner kind of makes One Bad Cat a hole in search of a doughnut. Granted, the rev’s racially and sexually inflammatory paintings and raucous past (he’s sired 30 children) are compelling material, but confessions like “God and art saved the Reverend Albert” beg for more interrogation than director Thomas G. Miller seems to have in him.

By: Mark Holcomb



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