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Zac Efron wins hearts and applause as Richard, the Me of this celebratory curtain call for when dreams -- and the theater -- were big. Christian McKay offers an uncanny Welles, the imposing, impetuous center of Richard's exciting new universe. Claire Danes is the enterprising stage assistant drawn into both men's lives. And Richard Linklater (Before Sunset, The School of Rock) directs with the vibrant spirit of those for whom all the world is a stage. Bravo!
I'm the real 1930s New York City!"
Of course Zac Efron will please the young audience with his charm and good looks but McKay really does steal the show...just like Orson Wells did in real life.
Zac Efron does a wonderful job playing Richard Samuels, a young man who finds himself working alongside Orson Wells in a production of JULIUS CAESAR.
My wife and I were looking for Zac Ephron movies and we had not heard of this movie before. We found it surprisingly good.Published 1 month ago by Mark Kesler
It had only a limited run, and you really had to seek it out if you wanted to see it, but you
had to be moved if you happened to catch “Me and Orson Welles. Read more
I admire anyone who can sit through more than eight minutes of this stupid, pretentious movie. Everything about it screams "Look at me! Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Martin
This film is a GIFT to all of who adore Theater. The acting, setting, and sentiment
in this film will transport you, accurately, to this wonderful time in the Arts. Read more
This was a fun coming of age, trip down memory lane, romantic comedy, biopic combination movie. I thought it was absorbing, adult, and credible throughout. Well-done by all.Published 7 months ago by Arthur Maglin
wasn't all that the trailer made it out to be. I kept waiting for the comedy and it never showed upPublished 7 months ago by Janet Gilbert