Variety Critics’ Best and Worst Films at Sundance So Far (VIDEO)

Boyhood Review Sundance

Variety film critics Justin Chang, Peter Debruge and Scott Foundas discuss their best and worst movies (so far) at the Sundance Film Festival, which include Richard Linklater’s “Boyhood” and Zach Braff’s “Wish I Was Here.”

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  1. Pat says:

    Why not mention Martha Stephens as one to watch too? Didn’t she co-direct Land Ho with Aaron Katz?

  2. Savannah Sorensen says:


  3. Dan says:

    Great job! I’d love to see more reports like this!

  4. Locke says:

    Not really a “Best AND Worst” video. Let’s here about the disappointment from the similar themed: Love Child, Web Junkie and Happiness. Or travesty that is Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter.

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