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  1. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Troubadours

    8:25 pm 1/25/2011

    Director Morgan Neville does an adequate job in retracing the explosion of singer-songwriter talent out of West Hollywood’s legendary Troubadour club, but makes a bad choice by starting now, not then.Read more

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  2. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Bobby Fischer Against the World

    8:19 pm 1/25/2011

    Liz Garbus' documentary tells the compelling and powerful story of the late chess prodigy.Read more

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  3. SUNDANCE: Weinsteins Spend $8M on Tobey Maguire's 'The Details'

    8:13 pm 1/25/2011

    The Weinstein Co. is close to acquiring worldwide rights to writer-director Jacob Aaron Estes' quirky drama "The Details" for about $8 million.Read more

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  4. SUNDANCE REVIEW: The Music Never Stopped

    7:29 pm 1/25/2011

    The sentimental movie, based on a true story, uses the music of Bob Dylan, the Beatles and the Grateful Dead to bridge the generation gap between a father and son.Read more

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  5. SUNDANCE: How 'The Woods' ' Unique Financing Model Could Shake Up the Festival

    6:34 pm 1/25/2011

    The satire's writer-director relied on crowd-sourcing, an idea that Kevin Smith also is considering.Read more

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  6. Gun Hill Road: Sundance Review

    5:54 pm 1/25/2011

    Rashaad Ernesto Green focuses much of the film on the least interesting character, played by Esai Morales.Read more

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  7. SUNDANCE REVIEW: Subject Matter, Nudity Stalls 'Attenberg' From Being Mainstream Movie

    4:48 pm 1/25/2011

    Directed by Athina Rachel Tsangari, the movie will likely be nothing more than festival fare.Read more

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  8. SUNDANCE REVIEW: 'Bengali Detective' an Entertaining Documentary About a Dazzling Private Eye

    4:19 pm 1/25/2011

    It's easy to see why Fox Searchlight recently purchased "remake rights" to the British-Indian film.Read more

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  9. SUNDANCE REVIEW: These Amazing Shadows

    4:13 pm 1/25/2011

    Paul Mariano and Kurt Norton's inspiring documentary makes an illuminating case for the National Film Registry as America's time capsule and family album.Read more

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  10. SUNDANCE: Sony Pictures Classics Snatches 'The Guard' for About $1 Million

    2:40 pm 1/25/2011

    Sony Pictures Classics has nailed down a deal to take domestic rights to "The Guard," a dark comedy that screened opening night at the 2011 Sundance fest. The world cinema dramatic competition film played to positive response during its world premiere screening at the Egyptian Theatre Thursday.Read more

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