"Vague" best describes LITTLE VEGAS, an inconsequential trifle that had the briefest acquaintance with theater screens before hitting cable TV and home video. Written and directed by performer Perry Lang, it's more like an actors' exercise than anything else, although those actors
provide tidbits of transient pleasure.
The picture opens with Carmine DeCarlo (Anthony John Denison) stumbling in the desert, dishevelled and wearing a dress. Speaking to the viewer, he goes into a let-me-tell-you--how-I-got-this-way routine that intros a slack story about how Carmine and his kid reside in a tiny Nevada trailer-park
community, on zero income. Once Carmine was a gigolo...