Craig Robinson

Interview: Craig Robinson on the ease of voicing his character in Dolittle and if he’s actually met any of his co-stars

January 16, 2020

On the eve of the release of Robert Downey, Jr.’s passion project Dolittle (originally titled The Voyage of Doctor Dolittle) arriving in Australian cinemas, The AU Review’s Peter Gray chatted with one of the film’s multitude of voice talents, Craig Robinson, to discuss the isolating process of vocal recording and whether or not he’s actually […]

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Film Review: Dolittle; at least it’s better than Cats!

January 16, 2020

After the colossal misfire that was Cats, audiences may not be ready for another round of CGI-rendered animals.  But, despite none of us really asking for it, Dolittle is here, and we can at least be thankful that it’s not the cinematic car-crash it very easily could have been – at least in comparison to […]

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Sydney Film Festival Review: Morris From America (Germany/USA, 2016)

June 21, 2016

One part coming of age tale, one part family drama and two parts fish out of water story, Morris from America is the third feature film from Indie Writer/Director Chad Hartigan, which had its Australian premiere at the Sydney Film Festival. The film stars comedian Craig Robinson alongside newcomer Markees Christmas, as Curtis Gentry and 13 year […]

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SXSW Interview: Here’s what Craig Robinson and Markees Christmas had to say about Morris From America

March 16, 2016

After premiering at the Sundance Film Festival, Morris from America is screening at this year’s SXSW. Director Chad Hartigan’s third feature film tells the tale of an African-American boy who relocates to Germany with his single father. Larry had a chat to cast-members Craig Robinson and Markees Christmas about the film. Larry: Congratulations on this film. Everyone’s […]

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