Kevin Crowley has a dark perspective. Each of the pieces that he’s written that I’ve had the privilege of seeing produced have been bleak, complex, and a little depressing. 514 more words
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I saw SARGE at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival last June and I was too emotional to write a proper review. I won’t go into all the personal reasons why this show touched me so, but I can tell you that Christine Dye’s performance of a woman so steeped in denial – and loyalty – that she can’t see what’s right in front of her face rings as true as any performance you are likely to see anywhere. 409 more words
The Package is a hugely entertaining and neglected conspiracy thriller directed with great skill by Andrew Davis (The Fugitive, Under Siege).
Hampered by real life events at the time of release (similar to The Living Daylights), revisiting the film is a pleasant surprise with a scene stealing Tommy Lee Jones, a dependable Gene Hackman and classy support from Dennis Franz and Joanna Cassidy. 152 more words