Sundance Film Review: When You Finish Saving the World

Sundance Film Review: When You Finish Saving the World
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Jesse Eisenberg’s When You Finish Saving The World is a worthy effort that could have been something special, but it’s just kind of there. … read more

Sundance Film Review: A Love Song

Sundance Film Review: A Love Song
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A Love Song is exactly the kind of diamond-in-the-rough that makes the Sundance Film Festival something that I look forward to each year. … read more

Sundance Film Review: After Yang

Sundance Film Review: After Yang
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After Yang is an involving and ambitious film that’s well worth seeing, and it raises a lot of very interesting philosophical questions. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Good Luck To You, Leo Grande

Sundance Film Review: Good Luck To You, Leo Grande
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Good Luck To You, Leo Grande may be a bit uninhibited for some, but it’s a thought-provoking look at human sexuality and relationships. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Dual

Sundance Film Review: Dual
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Riley Sterns’ Dual stops short of being a classic, but it’s a winning comedy that thrives thanks to its leading lady, Emma Thompson. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Call Jane

Sundance Film Review: Call Jane
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Call Jane is a hell of a good movie, the first potential hit of the festival this year and one that’s sure to start a lot of discussion. … read more

Sundance Film Review: You Won’t Be Alone

Sundance Film Review: You Won’t Be Alone
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Goran Stolevski’s debut feature, You Won’t Be Alone, is an adequate if unexceptional film with scattered moments that come alive. … read more

Brian and Charles Brings a Whimsical Tale of Friendship and Artificial Intelligence to Sundance

Brian and Charles Brings a Whimsical Tale of Friendship and...
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David Earl, Jim Archer and Chris Hayward discuss the path toward the creation of their zany AI comedy, Brian and Charles. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Babysitter

Sundance Film Review: Babysitter
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Babysitter is creative, charming and provocative, even if not everything that director Monia Cokri throws at the wall is quite able to stick. … read more

Sundance Film Review: Am I Ok?

Sundance Film Review: Am I Ok?
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Tig Notaro and Stephanie Allynne’s Am I Ok? is a great movie; it’s heartwarming and at times heartbreaking but always heartfelt. … read more