Posts Tagged ‘Sundance’


While it fails to meet the high expectations set from its acclaim at Sundance, A24's newest film "Minari" still manages to connect with audiences because of its intimate realism and unflinching truth.

Feels Good Man

"Feels Good Man" tells the story about how Pepe the Frog went from innocent comic strip to widespread Internet meme to national hate symbol. It might be the most important political documentary of 2020

From left, Tony Revolori, Kiersey Clemons and Shameik Moore star in "Dope," a 2015 coming-of-age comedy released by Open Road Films and directed by Rick Famuyiwa.


"Dope" is a crazy, funny and smart film, with a terrific bunch of young actors, that helps us look at the familiar in new ways, and laugh while doing it.

British Film Focus

The British contingent at Sundance, Simon Pegg's new film and what happened to us at the awards?

The Devil’s Double

A sensationalized look back at Uday Hussein, who lived a life as interesting as it was vile. Gorehounds, watch out for this one!

Red State

Kevin Smith forgoes the funny and goes straight for the jugular in his latest flick "Red State."

Year of the Fish

This modern-day "Cinderella" doesn't always gel, but has a unique feel to it.

The Killer Inside Me

There are a lot of admirable things about the movie, but it's still difficult to recommend.