After winning awards at Sundance this year, Theater Camp makes its home video and Hulu debut after an all-too short theatrical run. Please be advised that there will be no physical release at this time. The film’s bonus features are exclusive to digital retailers. What follows with modifications is my original review from Sundance: Theater Camp uses a mockumentary approach as its means of storytelling in this very hysterical music-driven comedy. I love a good…"Theater Camp Arrives On Digital, Hulu"
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"
Chanshi offers a glimpse into the lives of Olim in Israel through the lens of the titular Orthodox Jewish woman from Brooklyn. Everyone is on a journey. Sometimes, they transition from secular to Chasidic or they become less religious and leave Orthodoxy. Chanshi (Aleeza Chanowitz) comes from a Chabad-Lubavich family in Brooklyn and starts changing up her life when she visits Israel for Nomi’s (Marin Schon) wedding. But first, some quick backstory: Chanshi is engaged…"Chanshi – Sundance 2023"
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is back for the start of the fourth season but the show has yet to solve its Jewish caricature problem. Listen, we need to talk. This series is a prime example of why we need Jewish actors being cast in these roles. No amount of acting is going to change the fact that a non-Jewish actor is going to come off as a caricature. People might say “acting is acting” but…"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 4 Review"
Amazon surprised us all by dropping season 3 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel a few hours earlier but the third season is the best season yet. The series takes us away from the Catskills and on the road with Miriam “Midge” Maisel (Rachel Brosnahan). This season, Midge is on tour for the first time and opening up for Shy Baldwin (Leroy McClain). That’s not to say that we don’t miss out on New York City…"The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: Season 3 Is Here"
Selected for the 2017 Fantasia International Film Festival, Bitch is a dark comedy that takes us on a wild ride as lonely housewife begins acting like a dog. Written and directed by Marianna Palka, the thriller stars Jason Ritter, Marianna Palka, Jaime King, Brighton Sharbino, Rio Mangini, Kingston Foster, Jason Maybaum, with Caroline Aaron and Bill Smitrovich. The film starts out with Jill (Palka) going through with what turns into a failed suicide attempt. Her…"Fantasia: Bitch takes us on a ride"