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Tuesday, 28 July 2015 14:03

'Moon Over Buffalo' shines in St. Louis

Written by Steve Callahan
Insight Theatre has opened a solidly entertaining production of Ken Ludwig’s “Moon Over Buffalo.”
Similar to "St. Nicholas," The Midnight Company's production of Conor McPherson's "The Good Thief," running through July 25, 2015 at Herbie's Vintage '72, introduces us to a not altogether unlikable bloke with a very interesting story to tell. Whereas the…
In the testosterone-driven world of director Antoine Fuqua, light heavyweight boxing champion Billy Hope finds the brutality of the ring doesn't compare to the emotional trauma of losing his wife Maureen and fighting to regain custody of his alienated six-year-old…
Cinema St. Louis' 15th Annual Whitaker Filmmakers Showcase highlights outstanding work "written, directed, edited, or produced by St. Louis natives or films with strong local ties." The fifteen different programs screening July 19 to July 23 include animation and documentaries,…
"Aloft" is either a tragedy, almost Greek in its depths, or it is the most pretentious mess of inarticulate hogwash in the slop jar of life. "Aloft" is also not predictable, which is almost always a plus; however, this film…
Sherlock Holmes has been an enduring darling of cinema since silent film days, and he continues to fascinate with ever-new interpretations. Now director Bill Condon has the audacity and the imagination to make an increasingly senile, senior Sherlock the entertaining…
Director Matthew Heineman's documentary "Cartel Land" follows two vigilante groups, one working in Arizona's Altar Valley and one in the southwestern Mexican state of Michoacán. Striking similarities and differences emerge as Heineman moves right along with the American Border Recon…
Amy Schumer has nurtured a reputation for irreverently tackling explicit sexual topics. Revealing persistent, pervasive double standards of blatant sexism, Schumer turns the tables on her male partners, rejecting emotional involvement and long-term commitment, confronting sexist insults. How surprising then…
Darkly comic and nearly equally as unsettling, "The Killing of Sister George," presumably relates the sad story of the death of a beloved radio character. Under this pretense the audience is offered an at times too intimate look at a…
If there's one thing the Midnight Company's artistic director and principle actor Joe Hanrahan knows, it's how to find and interpret interesting characters with good stories to tell. The remarkable part about this is that Hanrahan has been creating these…
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