crazy like a fox movie

The bank foreclosed, his home is up for auction, and his family's been evicted. But here's a man who won't take "YOU'RE EVICTED" for an answer! Feature film. 98 minutes.

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Mary McDonnell

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CRITICAL PRAISE FOR CRAZY LIKE A FOX

“It’s so nice to just sit back and enjoy a movie for a change, and there is enjoyment to spare in this pleasant story about where perseverance can lead a man with blinders on. From the sure-footed comic acting to the chlorophyll-green redolence of Virginia, there is much to savor. Crazy Like a Fox is sure-fire stuff.”
Rex Reed - The New York Observer

"✯✯✯✯✯  This is a thoughtful, beautiful, and sometimes very funny movie you will think about long after the last credit has faded from view."
Andrew Konietzky - The Orlando Film Examiner

"A bristly story of heritage and community, the picture is a bizarre combination of broad comedy and stinging sentiment, helped along by a sharp cast and a wonderful view of the Virginian wilderness."
Brian Orndorf - BrianOrndorf.com

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A light-hearted, musical romp through the terror-torture complex of the military-media-security state, in the Guantanamo Show Trial of Osama bin Laden.  Feature short.  15 minutes.

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Pinkie packs it in when Hermey comes to take him on a boat ride down the river to the temple of Plutonia, god of the underworld. Feature short. 7 minutes.

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"Dramatic, humorous, optimistic and visually stunning, this amazing film draws us in, engaging our hearts and minds; at the same time, it empowers us to know that the battle for justice and a sustainable planet is one we can, and must, win."
John Perkins - Author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and The Secret History of the American Empire

"An admirable movie."
Shirley Sealy - Film Journal International

“A comic valentine... of humorous characterization and a consistently lovely response to the countryside... Three (of four) stars.”
Gary Arnold - The Washington Times 

“A sweetly evocative story of a stubborn Southern farmer who refuses to sell his farm to city slickers.”
Elizabeth Weitzman - New York Daily News

“A Cherry Orchard-inflected elegy for rural America’s fast-disappearing farmers.”
Peter Smith - Nerve.com 

“Winning performances by Roger Rees and Mary McDonnell.”
Lou Lumenick - The New York Post

“A beautiful, sweet, and funny film”
Sissy Spacek

“INSULT TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE: None. NUMBER OF TIMES I CHECKED MY WATCH: 0. IN A NUTSHELL: Heartwarming and enchanting!” 
Avi Offer - The NYC Movie Guru

“A sweet slice of Southern comfort”
Ed Gonzalez - Slant Magazine New York

“A moving and tragic story”
Willie Waffle - Wafflemovies.com

“Starring the wonderful British actor Roger Rees”
Ann Hornaday - The Washington Post

“Roger Rees down-home Don Quixote”
Jim Ridley - The Village Voice

“Roger Rees, as the Dixie-spouting Nat Banks, delivers a tour de force”
Steve Bloom - The L Magazine New York

“The excellent British actor Roger Rees has a raucous and randy field day playing Nat Banks, a sensitive, intelligent country codger... upholding the values and traditions of the Old South”
Rex Reed - New York Observer

“The film offers two gifted leads, Mary McDonnell and Roger Rees... and a strikingly handsome and lush visual feast”
Bill Wine - Northern Virginia Magazine

“A stirring and unique film”
Dhaval Mehta - truepictures reviews

“The sort of small, picturesque production that is more and more scarce... CRAZY LIKE A FOX is good-hearted, family-friendly entertainment with a distinctly Southern flavor... Beautiful Virginia scenery and an old-fashioned morality tale that enjoyably walks the line between screwball comedy and light drama”
littleman.com

“The most timely and moving of all our films this year, demonstrating with lyricism and breathtaking beauty that our human roots in home soils provide our strongest link to nature”
Mark Madison - Chief Programmer, American Conservation Film Festival

“This story comes up out of the soil and the traditions of the state that has given us eight presidents and gives you an idea of what you have to mix together to get a Jefferson or a Washington”
Paul D Andrea - Director, Piedmont Filmakers Festival

“A quirky little flick... that you'd never admit to your friends that you liked, but secretly did... well, if you're a guy, that is”
Brian Galligher - Movie Web

“I loved this film. A unique film unlike anything I've ever seen”
Steven Rubin - Chief Programmer, Santa Fe Film Festival

“A very good film; possibly a great film”
James Flannery - Director, William Butler Yeats Drama Foundation