Sundance 2008

SPC grabs up a low-budget flick that was very well received by fans and critics alike.

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Sundance rolls on, and with no sleep and plenty more work to do, I keep rolling as well.

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The passionate writer/director behind The Wackness talks about bringing his film to Sundance, his other film All The Boys Love Mandy Lane and the thought of making a sexy werewolf western starring Ben Kingsley.

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Director Brett Simon and a talented cast deliver a vision of a John Hughes-style noir flick that is smart, sexy and thoroughly entertaining.

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Director Larry Bishop brings the fun with his modern day Grindhouse biker flick.

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Be prepared to be charmed… for at least the first 10 minutes.

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Nanette Burstein’s fantastic documentary finds a home with Paramount Vantage.

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Alex Gibney’s amazing documentary has me upset… It makes me feel uncultured.

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Nanette Burstein’s enchanting documentary about growing up in the midwest shines through as one of the best of Sundance 2008.

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Michael Haneke’s shot-for-shot remake starts with intensity and rolls on toward stupidity like a breakless freight train.

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Today I may finally turn over my life to caffeine…

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Brian Cox stars as a man who decides to escape from his life-long prison sentence to see his dying daughter one last time.

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From the writer of Fight Club comes a dark comedy about sexual addiction that is a joy to behold.

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I’ve got my grimy hands on a video clip from one early Sundance gem…

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Morgan Spurlock takes on the task of tracking down the most wanted man on Earth.

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Finally, some money is exchanged. Three films find big paydays!

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As we come to the midpoint of the Sundance Film Festival and its more sightings, more movies and a shit-ton of work.

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Nothing clears a room like some graphic sexual deviance… And bad movies.

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A cute, whimsical movie that lacks a bit of magic, but showcases a great performance from little Elle Fanning.

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It may not be the most entertaining film to come out of Sundance this year, but it certainly packs a punch.

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