Film and Theater Reviews
The film has some truly gut-busting moments and you should definitely check it out if you have a chance
In recent years The Seeing Place has been pairing plays by different playwrights with thematic similarities together in repertory. Through hard work and persistence they have been granted the rights to a number of acclaimed plays, and the current productions maintain that high quality of material – Christopher Shinn’s Dying City (nominated for the Pulitzer […]
I hate monologues. Always have. It’s just so unnatural to stand there before a casting director or agent and talk to someone that isn’t there. And to do it out of context? Ugh, the worst. Plus, it’s always hard to find a good one. If you’re like me, you constantly have one eye open whether […]
To say The Monuments Men is a disappointment is a huge understatement.
Moxie Theatre may be small in size, but it certainly does pack a punch. A terrific, wonderful punch.
That awkward moment: when you tell your friends who hated That Awkward Moment that you enjoyed That Awkward Moment. Look, let’s get some things out of the way. This film certainly isn’t great. It’s got a lot of problems but thanks to the cast, you might be able to overlook it. I did. The film, […]
Chris Lowell (Enlisted, Veronica Mars) is just a boy trying to figure out his place in life.
There’s nothing new here and it’s as stale as a piece of week-old bread.
The Truth About Emanuel, writer/director’s Francesca Gregorini sophomore effort, is a puzzling sort of film. Not in a bad way but also not in the best of ways either. Emanuel (Kaya Scodelario from the U.K.’s Skins) is seventeen years old and thinks she’s not supposed to be here, as in alive. She’s walking around with […]
Elvis, Cash, Perkins and Jerry Lee make for a fun, energetic show!
It’s the production design of this Macbeth, which is somehow both opulent and plain, but altogether unique, that sets this version of ‘Macbeth’ apart.
I love everything about this book!
What a difference Director Francis Lawrence has made in this top notch sequel.
The Seeing Place made an excellent choice in reviving Sidney Kingsley’s hospital drama ‘Men In White’
If you need just one reason to see this show, Josh Young is that reason
Cloven Tongues runs at The Wild Project (195 East 3rd Street) through November 23.
McConaughey and Leto are wonderful and watching their performances should forget the films shortcomings
All Is Lost is one of the best films of the year and its star, Robert Redford, is phenomenal
This is a must watch for any fan of Green Day and Broadway.
The film has some wonderful, touching moments and lead Ryan Steele is very good in them
I’d want Tom Hanks as my Captain.
One word that comes to mind about this film: Lovely
With Sam Rockwell as the lead, there is never an uninteresting moment and that alone is one reason to watch this.
Grant Neale stars as Polanski during three distinct periods of Polanski’s life
‘Riddick’ is surprisingly good!