Theater Camp uses a mockumentary approach as its means of storytelling in this very hysterical music-driven comedy. I love a good mockumentary. There’s nothing like the intertitles drawing laughs almost as much as the rest of the film. It’s been a while since we had a really good mockumentary on the big screen. Is Christopher Guest still making them? Theater Camp could rival any of his mockumentary comedies! In all honesty, they made the film…"Theater Camp – Sundance 2023"
With the launch of The Book of Boba Fett finale, Chapter 7: In the Name of Honor finished the uneven run for the Star Wars series. If you haven’t watched the finale yet, please do not read. If you didn’t watch last week’s episode, please do not read. No, seriously, I mean it. The series as a whole has been uneven with the best episodes coming during the back half of the run. What’s most…"The Book of Boba Fett Finishes Uneven Run"
A Sundance favorite, Save Yourselves!, is available for audiences to watch from the comfort of their home on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital. Apologies for the delay in posting this but I have been slammed with film festival coverage following the Jewish holidays. Here is my film review from Sundance in January, which feels like another lifetime ago at this point: What should be a relaxing trip to a cabin for a week without smart phones…"Save Yourselves! Is On Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital"
What should be a relaxing trip to a cabin for a week without smart phones or the Internet becomes something completely different in Save Yourselves! The film is a zany sci-fi comedy that has a lot to offer in terms of lessons. For one, unplugging sounds like a great idea in theory. Some of us unplug for 25 hours a week–myself included. It’s a great way to escape from the troubles of the day. But…"Sundance 2020: Save Yourselves!"