The cast is solid, the premise is fun and there are some legitimate laugh out loud scenes.
Movie and Theatre Reviews
Writer/director Nick Kelly has made a film about friendship and tolerance that is so sweet and uplifting, it’ll remind you about what being a true friend is really about.
If this really is Robert Redford’s last film then he is certainly going out on a high note.
Beautiful, The Carole King Musical is one of those rare shows where every single thing has come together perfectly.
Dapolito’s film is a love letter to those who already loved Radner. It may not bring new fans to her legacy but it’ll solidify the one she has with her fans.
It’s a film that merits watching mostly because of the terrific performances from Sevigny and Stewart.
The show is moved to a sharp and modern setting, proving that man’s ambitions remain the same no matter their era or location.
Kathleen Marshall’s version of ‘Much Ado’ is a funny, gorgeous, and emotionally resonant production.
The show is a charming homage to those first heady days of marriage, and what happens when reality starts to settle in.
Paula Vogel’s new play, Indecent, is a vivid, entertaining and sad page-turner.
Jim Cummings as the voices of Pooh and Tigger is outstanding. He matches the original cartoons and it’s almost like Sterling Holloway (the original voice of Pooh) never died.
Whether you’re young or old, the rhythm is definitely going to get you by the end of On Your Feet!, The Emilio and Gloria Estefan Broadway Musical that just arrived at the Civic Theater.
While it’s not as fun as the original, it’s absolutely a good upper to the downer ending of Infinity War.
When Shadow and LLana are together, they make quite a pair. Especially during smile-inducing number, ‘Shall We Dance?’
The cast of kids are the the reason you’ll enjoy the show. Each one is as talented – and funny – as the next
The film provides a breezy and entertaining time capsule into that era. One where Carr was truly a king and, if you’re a fan of old-school Hollywood tales, one where he deserves to be remembered.
Acting coach Warner Loughlin has written a wonderful new book that debunks the nonsense of the “tortured actor.”
Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull is a masterpiece, let’s just put that out there. But was it a good idea to turn it into a film?
The film picks up momentum about halfway through and that’s where it finally gets fun.
Terrence McNally has had one heck of a life and director Jeff Kaufman manages to showcase that in his wonderful documentary, Every Act of Life.