Film and Theater Reviews
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!
Skip this ‘Afternoon Delight’
Ashton Kutcher doesn’t blow ‘Jobs’, the filmmakers do.
I wanted to like Lee Daniels’ The Butler. I really, really did.
Not only is The Worlds End an absolutely hilarious movie, but its also got something ninety-percent of comedies (heck, most movies) don’t bother to include: characters you care about.
If you’d like to see an animated production of one of the better musicals from last decade, I’d recommend getting your tickets to The Wedding Singer soon.
As of this writing, ‘Prince Avalanche’ is in my ‘Top 5 Favorite Films’ of the year
All of the plays are very quick reads – they’re short plays, duh! – and most are pretty darn good.
Pacific Rim is the movie of the summer. It’ll turn you into a kid again, smiling from ear to ear as you leave the theater.
When ‘Seasons’ by Chris Cornell plays over a scene in the beginning of Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel, you know that we’re in the era of a new Superman.