Dec 15, 2010

Critics weigh in on "The Adventures"

We are exstatic at the reviews that "The Adventures of Captain Little Birch" are attracting from across the country. This morning we've received the most complete review of the production to date, and by some of the most reputable and venerable critics, none other than Jack Hale, Lil e, and Lil'r Z...

A visionary retelling of the historical voyage of Captain Little Beerch, The Adventures of Captain Little Birch [sic] is a sensorial feast that sets a new standard for Orono-American cinema. The directorial debut of the father-son team, Liam and Daddy, The Adventures is strong commentary on the current international political climate (spoiler: the Palestinian conflict in particular) and, though perhaps heavy-handed, the film's sincere appeal to post-historical humanism makes it a heartwarming tale for the holidays. We predict that The Adventures will sweep the Academy awards, particularly in the case of Sroggy, whose gritty and compelling performance as the stranded frog will almost certainly capture Best Supporting Amphibian. A must see.

The cast and production crew are beside themselves, and we couldn't be more pleased.