Though a strong cast tries, awful dialogue and direction make Dustin Guy Defa’s mumblecore disaster ‘Person to Person’ one of the worst films of 2017.
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Fluid and fresh in its splintered perspectives of teen sexuality, ‘First Girl I Loved’ is a startling, sumptuous subversion of queer coming-of-age tropes.
Sci-fi mindbender ‘Upstream Color’, dramedy ‘The Way, Way Back’, and tragic drama ‘Fruitvale’ round out this year’s buzz making Sundance debuts!
Day 4 at Sundance Film Festival brought the major premieres of ‘Ain’t Them Bodies Saints’, ‘Before Midnight’, ‘Stoker’, and many more!
‘The Spectacular Now’, ‘Mother of George’, ‘Blue Caprice’, ‘We Are What We Are’, ‘After Tiller’ and more make a slam onto Sundance.
Sundance kicks into full gear with reactions to ‘Kill Your Darlings’, ‘Don Jon’s Addiction’, ‘Austenland’, and ‘This Is Martin Bonner’.
Sundance Film Festival kicks off with two summery films to take audiences away from the chilly environment.
Ava DuVernay’s second feature is a breakout star in many respects, and one of the best films of the year.
This fantastical film introduces us to some exciting newcomers who could make a big impact on 2012.
The writer/director/actor from ‘Bellflower’ and I discuss the influence of Mad Max, making movies on a budget, and finding a voice for a first narrative feature.
2011 Sundance Line-Up, early ‘Tron’ review, pics from ‘Tree of Life’, clips from ‘Rabbit Hole’…
Read of the Day: The Guardian has created an advent calendar of Christmas movies that will release a new one each day for the count up to the 25th of December. The films so far are Fanny and Alexander (in my all-time top 10) and Gone With the Wind. [The Guardian] News of the Day: […]