As gooey and lacking in protein as a holiday bonbon.
A unique film-within-a-film, of significance for the historical value of the raw images.
A 3D feature-length variation on the hourlong docu that put documentary filmmaker Mark Lewis on the map.
Wan, mundane coming-of-ager.
Gentle, intelligent, gorgeously made and utterly eccentric.
"Winter's Bone" and "Restrepo" won the top jury prizes for American films at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival.
Everywhere you go at the Sundance Film Festival in its 26th year, you're smacked in the face with the admonition to "rebel."
An ambitious and powerful study of the disintegration of an Australian crime family.
An imperious eccentric mentors a promising young one in a highly entertaining character comedy.
An intensely acted, minutely observed attempt to convey the arc of a romantic involvement.
A faithful but partly satisfying adaptation of Jim Thompson's great 1952 pulp crime novel.
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