Featuring: The Moliere Players.
Featuring: John Blythe and the Moliere Players.
Try to imagine "Godspell" without the jokes, the charm, the vigor or the terrific songs, and you have some idea what to expect from "The Judas Project," a muddle-headed allegorical drama that…
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Olympic athlete turned musical stage star Cathy Rigby gives a savvy and spirited performance as a pint-sized, pistol-packing Annie Oakley in this attractive revival of the 1946 Irving Berlin classic.
If Joel and Ethan Coen had no talent, they might come up with something like "The Paint Job," an aggressively unfunny and overplayed comedy that, midway through, turns into a half-witted…
HOUSTON--Novice writer-director Chris Johnstone makes a small but commendable splash with "Buffalo Jump," a witty and well-observed indie effort that should play well on fest circuit and in…
Novice writer-director Ron Senkowski offers some mildly amusing evidence that he's good for a few laughs in "Let's Kill All the Lawyers." Small-budget Michigan-filmed effort won't generate much B.O…
Valhalla" is a bright showcase for fresh talent and affectionately goofy humor. Indie pic might require imaginative marketing (tie-ins with local opera and symphony companies would be naturals), but…
Provocative title and a few steamy scenes are the only conceivable selling points for Mussef Sibay's "A Woman, Her Men and Her Futon." Small-budget pic is by turns laughably stilted and…
Not even a twinkly eyed, scene-stealing turn by Klaus Maria Brandauer is enough to enliven Danny Huston's "Becoming Colette," a lumbering period drama based on the early life of novelist Sidonie…