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Live at the Foxes Den (2013)

Live at the Foxes Den




Release Date

December 06, 2013 (Limited)


103 min.


Gravitas Ventures

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Don't waste your weekend watch this movie.    Readers  Be the 1st!

Cast and Crew


Michael Kristoff


Adam Gibbs


Jack Holmes, Michael Kristoff


  • Jackson Rathbone as Bobby Kelly
  • Jocelin Donahue
  • Jack Holmes
  • Bob Gunton
  • Pooch Hall as Gary Previn
  • Elliott Gould
  • Caity Lotz
  • Xander Berkeley
  • Brian Doyle-Murray


Hotshot, young attorney Bobby Kelly is on the fast track at a prestigious, Los Angeles law firm and seems to have it all-good looks, money and an engagement to the daughter of the managing partner. However, increasingly disenchanted, he is unfocused, frustrated and frequently under fire for his mistakes, both personally and professionally.

One night after working late, Bobby and his associates stumble across a rundown, old cocktail lounge, the Foxes Den, seemingly forgotten by time. With a few cocktails fueling his bravado, Bobby stands up to belt out an old jazz standard ... and much to everyone's surprise, including his own, he has real talent.

Following another professional mishap, Bobby abruptly quits to become the house singer at the Foxes Den, where he becomes entwined in the lives of the unique staff and eclectic regulars-affable owner Earl Stein, who's manned the bar for 40 years; sardonic pianist Chad Barrows; Kat, a sweet-natured waitress harboring a shocking, dark secret; Paul and Tony, two older men with a deep, unspoken relationship; and other colorful locals.

In the process of helping them, Bobby slowly finds himself - perhaps even true love - as friends beg him not to "throw it all away." But sometimes, getting lost is the only way back ...

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“.."Live at the Foxes Den" isn't good. The script putters around aimlessly; the camerawork was more varied on "Cheers"..”
by Farran Smith Nehme [New York Post]
“..plot doesn't so much twist as rupture and spill forth, and character arcs, as if part of a case being built by a cut-rate lawyer, frequently skip discovery and are forgotten before summation..”
by Bill Edelstein [Variety]
“..the story becomes less credible as it goes along..”
by Neil Genzlinger [NY Times]