The show is charming, but its irreverence and madcap energy disguises a conventional mismatched buddy comedy.
After winning some acclaim for his 2007 bigscreen debut "Darling," writer-director Johan Kling experiences a sophomore slump with "Trust Me."
The calculations that went into "Trust" would put a Las Vegas poker shark to shame.
Earnest drama that carries an emotional impact along with its cautionary message.
The trust representing the late writer-director Colin Higgins has sued attorney Barry Hirsch for failing to properly represent his interests in the "9 to 5" stage musical.
Deftly mixing alternating tracks of playful rowdiness, thoughtful introspection, ferociously slamming rock and not-so-quiet desperation, helmer Manu Boyer scores impressively with "I Trust You to…
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