Buried

Make no mistake, you can make a movie about one character inside a box interesting for 94 minutes.

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What you may not also know is that while intoxicated, I tend to buy a lot of movie posters. So you see, I am a very credible source on what posters are awesome and which ones aren’t. So sit back, grab a drink with me and let’s look at some damn posters.

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Saturday night will be the world’s first chance to see the Rodrigo Cortés directed film Buried, which is one of the more fascinating films of the 2010 Sundance line-up. For now, we have this…

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Last year, I was mildly successful in writing a list of 13 Films You Should Be Excited to See at Sundance 2009. This year I’m getting bold and adding two more films to the list. Take that!

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Yesterday we were happy to bring you the Competition Line-Up for the 2010 Sundance Film Festival, which we’ll be covering in January live from Park City, Utah. And today we’ve got the rest of the films, including the Premieres, Spotlight, Next, Park City at Midnight and New Frontier selections.

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There is something quite captivating about a movie set entirely in a 6 ft. 3ft. box, is there not?

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With Neil kidnapped by a madman who hunts down The Most Dangerous Game, Cole is left to his own devices. Luckily, we’ve got special guest co-host Eric Vespe from Aint It Cool News to partake in the mid-show dance break. It’s called the Rumpshaker, friends. Also, we talk about movies at some point.

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Now that we know that Ryan Reynolds’s next feature is going to be a one-man show, I’m wondering if he’ll open with, “Oh, hey! Didn’t see you there!”

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