Pic gives new meaning to self-indulgence and self-infatuation.
Doc is also a high-minded thriller asking: Can the American education system be cured?
Call it artistic Darwinism.
A rumination on infancy, adolescence, infirmity, mortality and relations between the sexes.
The wealth of talent in this year's Sundance's U.S. Documentary Competition reflects an effort to stress storytelling over pure journalism.
Timing might not be everything, but it signifies a whole lot of anxiety to Oscar watchers.
"Under the Eightball" and its political/historical/medical revelations end up all over the place.
Barely civil Manhattan marrieds witness a murder, move to Wyoming and, naturally, rediscover love.
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