Attempting to move up and beyond 'High School Musical,' Zac Efron has received fairly good reviews from critics for his portrayal as a wide-eyed high school-aged stage hand in 'Me and Orson Welles.'

The movie, which was directed by Richard Linklater ('A Scanner Darkly,' 'Before Sunset') and opens Wednesday in limited release (four theaters, to be exact), focuses on the on-set action during the run-up to Welles' 1937 stage production of 'Julius Caesar.'

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