Sundance Review: ‘Theater Camp’Molly Gordon And Ben Platt Lead This Off-Key Musical Mockumentary

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When their over-the-top leader and theater camp director is put into a coma after a strobe-light incident, the staff of Adirond-ACTS must come together...

Sundance Review: ‘A Little Prayer’David Strathairn And Jane Levy's Strong Performances Can't Save Angus...

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In A Little Prayer, David Strathairn plays a modern Southern gentleman. He drinks coffee with his daughter-in-law every morning, runs the family business with...

Sundance Review: ‘Mutt’A Newly Transitioned Trans Man Faces Three Broken Relationships In Vuk Lungulov-Klotz's...

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Mutt is a mesmerizing character study to watch. With a compelling and finely-written script from writer/director Vuk Lungulov-Klotz and a fantastic leading performance from...

Sundance Review: ‘You Hurt My Feelings’Julia Louis-Dreyfus And Tobias Menzies Can't Face The Truth...

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When we create something, what reaction do we really want? Do we want the truth? Approval? A weird medium? That’s the question at the...

Sundance Review: ‘The Pod Generation’Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor Lead Sophie Barthes’ Frustrating, Futuristic...

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Director Sophie Barthes’ The Pod Generation is a 101-minute-long movie version of a Black Mirror episode. Starring Emilia Clarke and Chiwetel Ejiofor, who would...

Sundance Review: ‘Shortcomings’Randall Park And Justin H. Min Are A Comedic Director/Actor Duo To...

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For the last couple of years, Randall Park has been the best part of a lot of projects. He gained a loyal following in...

Review: ‘Fear’Be Afraid Of Wasting Your Time With This Scare-Free Horror

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Deon Taylor is an easy filmmaker to admire. Having emerged from a pro NFL career to become a successful movie director, crafting mid-budget thrillers...

Review: ‘Shotgun Wedding’A Crazy Plot and Confused Tone Are Lifted by the Unending Force...

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Jennifer Lopez in a wedding dress seems like it should be considered it's own sub-genre at this point, real life tabloid fodder aside the...

Review: ‘You People’A Powerhouse Cast Elevates A Formulaic Story

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Boy meets girl, boy loves girl/girl loves boy, boy/girl's families yell "Not so fast!". Not only is this formula as old as film itself,...

Sundance Review: ‘Landscape With Invisible Hand’Cory Finley's Loopy Alien Invasion Comedy Stars Asante Black...

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Sundance is littered with promising filmmakers who return to the festival, after making a name for themselves by having a distinct voice, only to...