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70
Well paced and affectionately observant, Way Off Broadway is a good example of a low-low-budget first film in which the filmmaker got everything just right.
50
L.A. Weekly
This ensemble drama is passionately acted and nicely shot, but the storytelling of first-time writer-director Dan Kay is infused with an archaic naiveté.
50
The Hollywood Reporter
Mildly engaging but never entirely convincing.
40
Film Threat
Isn't a terrible film. It's not offensive, controversial or even interesting in any way.
40
Variety
Both extremely familiar and, despite frequent references to Stanley Kubrick and Orson Welles, cinematically and dramatically dull.

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