Sundance Review: ‘Palm Trees And Power Lines’Newcomer Lily McInerny Delivers A Heartbreakingly Raw Performance...

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A 17-year-old girl meets an older man and falls in love. In any other movie, a relationship like that is romanticized. Not in Jamie...

Sundance Review: ‘Brian And Charles’Robot Is Man's Best Friend In Jim Archer's Sweet And...

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Brian is a lonely inventor living by himself in a Welsh valley, longing for a companion. In the meantime, he has a film crew...

Sundance Review: ‘Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power’Filmmaker Nina Menke's Uses Feminist Theory To Break-Down Just How Sexist...

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Part filmed symposium and video essay, Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power is director Nina Menkes’ visual breakdown of just how pervasive the objectification of women is in...

Sundance Review: ‘Good Luck To You, Leo Grande’Emma Thompson And Daryl McCormack Are A...

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Somewhere in Britain, two strangers meet in a hotel room. One is a 55-year-old widow and former high school religious studies teacher named Nancy....

Sundance Review: ‘Living’Bill Nighy And Director Oliver Hermanus Attempt To Recreate Akira Kurosawa's Masterpiece...

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Bill Nighy quietly examines his purpose in Oliver Hermanus’ Living, which premiered at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival on Friday. Matching the pedigree of...

Sundance Review: ‘Call Jane’Elizabeth Banks and Sigourney Weaver Star In 'Carol' Writer's Abortion Drama

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It’s safe to say almost every American has a position on Roe V. Wade. However, the history of events leading to the infamous Supreme...

Sundance Review: ‘Fresh’Sebastian Stan And Daisy Edgar-Jones Sink Their Teeth Into Mimi Cave's Deliciously...

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The right role can completely change the way audiences see an actor. Martha Stewart allegedly broke off a relationship with Anthony Hopkins because she...

Sundance Review: ‘When You Finish Saving The World’Jesse Eisenberg's Signature Awkwardness Fails To Lead...

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When You Finish Saving The World feels like it’s Jesse Eisenberg’s first feature. Though he steps away from an acting role in his directorial...

Review: ‘Dawn Raid’Music Documentary Chronicles The Highs And Lows Of New Zealand Hip-Hop

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Long before New Zealand graced us with Flights from Conchords, the vocal stylings of Lorde and a horde of Hobbits, record label Dawn Raid...

Review: ‘Parallel Mothers’Penélope Cruz Leads Pedro Almodóvar's Disjointed 23rd Film

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Renowned Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóva is deconstructing legacy and motherhood in his latest stylized melodrama Parallel Mothers. His seven-time collaborator Penélope Cruz and relative newcomer Milena...