Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
This tale of the theater could have used more time on the road. Read full review
At least Sean Astin, as a scene-chewing prima donna, seems to be having a good time--and mom Patty Duke gets to call him a "turd." Read full review
It's like "Waiting for Guffman" without the wit or irony. Read full review
It's strictly amateur hour. Read full review
This heartfelt valentine to the stage leaves no cliché unturned. If it has anything to recommend, it is the loving portrayal of the camaraderie of those who participate in art for art's sake who, to quote Cyrano, "work without one thought of gain or fame." Read full review
Unconvincing poser. Read full review
Finally it becomes clear that Mr. Corley's film is meant to be a tribute to the love of theater. It has just been posing as the story of one man's finding himself. Read full review
The story is as predictable as it is saccharine. Apart from the presence of local landmarks, there's no reason the Rose City should be proud of this effort. Read full review
Awash in the obvious and sports a patently predictable outcome. Somewhere, Stanislavsky is shrieking as well. Read full review
A huge pile of horsefeathers is being peddled as fairy dust in Bigger Than the Sky. Read full review
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