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Participant Media has acquired North American rights to Audrey Ewell & Aaron Aites' documentary "99%--The Occupy Wall St. Collaborative Film" following its Sundance premiere.
A natural for sports venues, the film (which recently played Gotham's Quad Cinema) could also flourish on the educational circuit.
The haunted-house movie is badly in need of a fresh cinematic blueprint, but it's not getting it with the routine and borderline risible "The Pact."
There is a distinct lack of wonder in "Wonderland," the new Frank Wildhorn musical at the Marquis.
Powerhouse personnel onstage and off infuse "Little Women -- the Musical" with humor and comedy to broaden its appeal to contempo audiences, compromising the effort to capture the spirit of Louisa…
Twin tigers rightly get sole above-the-title billing in "Two Brothers," a Southeast Asian-set animal yarn by helmer Jean-Jacques Annaud in which the humans come off a poor dramatic second. Combo of…
"The Scarlet Pimpernel" is musical theater cordon bleu: On the outside, there's a thin layer of adventure and romance, but the truly dominant ingredients are ham and cheese. The cheese, of a domestic…
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