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Film Review - Mr. Roosevelt


Noel Wells is best known for her brief stint on “Saturday Night Live,” a high-profile position on national television she recently admitted was less than ideal, leaving her a bit disgruntled. Taking her career into her own hands, Wells makes her directorial debut with “Mr. Roosevelt,” bringing her comedic interests to the big screen with a feature that proudly announces it was shot on film in the main titles. It’s the first of many personal touches that help support this wildly amusing picture, which, as expected, showcases Wells’s enormous talents as a performer, working through impressions, reactions, and some dramatic challenges. She’s also surrounded herself with a fine supporting cast, giving “Mr. Roosevelt” a strong screen presence with big personalities and neurotic behaviors. It’s funny stuff, providing a proper launch to Wells’s helming career.  Read the rest at 


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