Sundance 2008

More movies, more celebrity sightings and more Sundance 2008, baby!

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We are all over the posters of Sundance, bringing you looks at The Merry Gentleman, Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? and U2 3D.

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Michael Keaton may not get great praise for his directorial debut, but he has certainly shown that he has serious potential.

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The gratuitous name dropping continues… Tom Hanks. Emily Blunt…

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Jonathan Levine’s awesome teen drug comedy could find a studio sugar daddy today. Or at least, that’s the rumor going around.

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John Malkovich stars as a washed up mentalist trying to get back into the spotlight in this very enjoyable comedy from Writer/Director Sean McGinly and Producer Tom Hanks.

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Let’s see how far they will go to screw up the marketing on this one…

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Stanley Tucci directs himself and Patricia Clarkson in a film that might have an audience to find — it just won’t find one here.

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We roll into Saturday with cold phallanges, more celebrity sightings and one awesome film that deserves to be seen — by everyone.

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We’ve got our first indie film to watch, and it comes in the form of some “Wackness”

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Writer/Director Jonathan Levine has brought his incredibly intelligent, amazingly cast film to Sundance to delight audiences — especially those who were children of the 90s.

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Morgan Spurlock is looking for looking for Osama. Do you want to help?

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Three down and almost out strangers become unlikely friends and seek to help each other as they journey through the tough part of their lives.

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The Yellow Handkerchief seems like a very odd film, but I am a least interested.

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All the web journalists have had a little while to sober up from last night — now its time to do the news!

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… and it’s colder than balls here.

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Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson star as two hitmen hiding out in the worst possible place… Bruges, Belgium.

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Michelle Williams stars as a bored young housewife who gets it on with Ewan McGregor. What could be wrong with that?

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This week I am in Sundance mode — so we take a look at posters from Sundance releases The Wackness, Funny Games and In Bruges.

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Take a look at the first official stills from the upcoming adaptation of Chuck Palahniuk’s novel.

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