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The Best Movies We Saw at Sundance 2021

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Of the more than 70 features at the festival, these are our favorites, including the latest from Ben Wheatley and the first from Questlove.

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Where to Watch the Movies of the 2021 Sundance Film Festival

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You could have watched this year’s program from the comfort of your home. But if you didn’t, we’ve got a guide to how to watch them in the future.

Sundance 2021: Land

Robin Wright’s ‘Land’ is a Bland Portrait of the Grieving Process

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Wright’s directorial debut might capture the beauty of Wyoming but the story will put you to sleep.

Sundance 2021: The World To Come

The Frustrating Beauty of ‘The World to Come’

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Despite its amazing performances and stunning cinematography, Mona Fastvold’s romantic drama can’t shake off the overdone tropes about lesbian relationships.

Young love in First Date

‘First Date’ Struggles to Make the Case for a Second Chance

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First dates can be awkward, especially when they involve dirty cops, stolen cocaine, and guys named Chet.

LaKeith Stanfield in Judas And The Black Messiah

‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Offers an Infuriating Glimpse Into History

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It’ll make you angry, but sometimes that’s exactly what’s needed.

Sundance 2021: Wild Indian

‘Wild Indian’ Continues a Native Filmmaking Renaissance

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Lyle Mitchell Corbine Jr.’s first feature film is daring, dark, and dramatic while commenting on some tough subjects regarding the modern Native experience.

Sundance 2021: Pleasure review

‘Pleasure’ is an Unglamorous Look at Breaking Into the Porn Industry

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Ninja Thyberg’s expansion of her 2013 short film gives care to an affectingly blunt portrayal of a porn actress.

Nicolas Cage in Prisoners Of The Ghostland

Sion Sono and Nicolas Cage Have Fun in ‘Prisoners of the Ghostland’

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You’re either in or out the moment Nicolas Cage’s left testicle explodes, and there is no turning back.