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The tragic true story comes to theaters this year.
Two nerdy teens obsess over a superhero who does pretty much nothing.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, Park Chan-Wook’s English debut and Ashton Kutcher's Steve Jobs debut all among Sundance's premieres.
Sundance Institute's Director of Digital Initiatives declares this week as the greatest week in the history of independent film.
The found footage horror anthology is a mixed bag. But at least it's a gory bag.
Aubrey Plaza falls for a time traveling whackadoo in this moderately twee indie quirkathon.
Craig Zobel's film is based on a true story... but is it too unbelievable?
Give us this day our daily trailer! Sundance Success Stories week continues with... a cartoon? Yup, a cartoon.
Did you hear that [Movie A] had a really contentious, angry Q&A? Did you hear that someone fainted/vomited during [Movie B]? A look at why these things happen at Sundance EVERY SINGLE YEAR.
Don Coscarelli's adaptation of the cult novel is your new favorite movie.
What secrets and mysteries are contained within Stanley Kubrick's THE SHINING? This documentary examines theories both amazing and strange.
Give us this day our daily trailer! Let's go back in time to when Quentin Tarantino's name was buried at the end of the trailer.
Give us this day our daily trailer! Sundance Success Story week continues with Shane Carruth's brilliant time travel film... although you couldn't tell that from the trailer.
This exciting and gripping first person film documents the Egyptian uprisings of 2011.
Spike Lee is back in Brooklyn, but is this more DO THE RIGHT THING or SHE HATE ME?
Is it too early to start talking about the best films of the year? This debut feature is remarkable, beautiful, moving and astonishing.
Katie Aselton's second feature is a terrible, generic stalk and kill thriller. What happened to this promising filmmaker?
Heavenly creature Melanie Lynskey is wasted in RICH WHITE PEOPLE PROBLEMS: THE MOVIE.
This Australian movie collapses under the weight of too many unnecessary elements.
The much ballyhooed second film from the director of MERANTAU more than lives up to the hype. It's the most kick-ass movie of 2012.
Folk rocker Rodriguez was a flop in the United States but a superstar in South Africa. This documentary tries to find the facts behind the mysterious singer's life and comes up with a surprising, and fascinating, truth.
Devin's off to Park City.
What's going to be hot next year? Something that's listed in this article, that's for sure.