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  1. 'Most Likely to Succeed': Sundance Review

    5:17 pm 1/27/2015

    Greg Whiteley tackles American education and its discontents in his new documentaryRead more

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  2. ‘Homesick’ (‘De Naermeste’): Sundance Review

    12:01 pm 1/27/2015

    Striking newcomer Ine Wilmann stars as a troubled young woman who embarks on an affair with her half-brother in Norwegian director Anne Sewitsky’s third featureRead more

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  3. 'Results': Sundance Review

    10:19 am 1/27/2015

    Guy Pearce and Kevin Corrigan are men on opposite poles of the fitness spectrum, both with eyes on Cobie SmuldersRead more

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  4. 'Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon': Sundance Review

    10:11 am 1/27/2015

    It will remind you how much we owe to a few irreverent misfits at HarvardRead more

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  5. 'Unexpected': Sundance Review

    12:52 am 1/27/2015

    Cobie Smulders and Gail Bean portray two different women working through the challenges of unplanned pregnancies in Kris Swanberg's small-scale drama.Read more

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  6. 'Brooklyn': Sundance Review

    12:41 am 1/27/2015

    Saoirse Ronan stars in this splendidly decked out immigrant love story with elements of suspense. Read more

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  7. 'Take Me to the River': Sundance Review

    10:00 pm 1/26/2015

    Logan Miller plays a gay California teenager who gets an uneasy welcome from his Nebraska relatives in writer-director Matt Sobel's feature debutRead more

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  8. ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment': Sundance Review

    9:52 pm 1/26/2015

    Billy Crudup stars opposite an all-stars-in-the-making cast of young men in this dramatization of the notorious 1971 psychology experiment, directed by Kyle Patrick Alvarez.Read more

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  9. 'Digging for Fire': Sundance Review

    7:23 pm 1/26/2015

    Sometimes marriage is like letting the corpse in the backyard stay buried.Read more

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  10. 'People, Places, Things': Sundance Review

    6:33 pm 1/26/2015

    Jemaine Clement stars in a romantic comedy about the after-effects of a split when children are involved.Read more

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