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  • 'Best of Enemies': Sundance Review

    1:16 AM 1/28/2015
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    Morgan Neville and Robert Gordon's wonderful documentary convincingly argues that the Buckley-Vidal debates marked the beginning of the end of the gray days of "objective" TV news. READ MORE

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  • 'Station to Station': Sundance Review

    10:36 PM 1/27/2015
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    Director Doug Aiken's high-concept experimental feature consists of 61 one-minute short films that recount a cross-continent train journey and its associated art events. READ MORE

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  • 'I'll See You in My Dreams': Sundance Review

    10:33 PM 1/27/2015
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    Director Brett Haley's bittersweet comedy-drama stars Blythe Danner as a widow making new friends in her eighth decade. READ MORE

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  • 'H.': Sundance Review

    8:52 PM 1/27/2015
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    Two Helens have a tough few days in Troy, New York READ MORE

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  • 'Most Likely to Succeed': Sundance Review

    5:47 PM 1/27/2015
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    Greg Whiteley tackles American education and its discontents in his new documentary READ MORE

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  • 'City of Gold': Sundance Review

    4:27 PM 1/27/2015
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    Laura Gabbert’s accessible and informative close-up documentary of Los Angeles food critic Jonathan Gold. READ MORE

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  • 'Results': Sundance Review

    3:06 PM 1/27/2015
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    Guy Pearce and Kevin Corrigan are men on opposite poles of the fitness spectrum, both with eyes on Cobie Smulders. READ MORE

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  • ‘Homesick’ (‘De Naermeste’): Sundance Review

    12:04 PM 1/27/2015
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    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 feature READ MORE

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  • ‘Alone’ (‘Solos’): Rotterdam Review

    10:44 AM 1/27/2015
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    Peruvian Joanna Lombardi’s second feature is a road movie about movies READ MORE

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  • 'Dog Lady' ('La mujer de los perros'): Rotterdam Review

    10:36 AM 1/27/2015
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    Veronica Llinas stars in and co-directs a ruminative character-study from Argentina, world-premiering in competition at the Dutch festival READ MORE

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  • 'Bitter Lake': Rotterdam Review

    10:21 AM 1/27/2015
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    Adam Curtis' latest essay-project for the BBC uses Afghanistan as a prism to view the modern world and its media manipulations. READ MORE

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  • 'Alice Cares' ('Ik ben Alice'): Rotterdam Review

    10:19 AM 1/27/2015
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    Sander Burger's Dutch reportage observes a prototype "caredroid" interacting with a trio of elderly ladies. READ MORE

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

    10:11 AM 1/27/2015
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    It will remind you how much we owe to a few irreverent misfits at Harvard READ MORE

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  • 'Unexpected': Sundance Review

    1:13 AM 1/27/2015
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    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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  • 'Brooklyn': Sundance Review

    12:42 AM 1/27/2015
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    Saoirse Ronan stars in this splendidly decked out immigrant love story with elements of suspense. READ MORE

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  • 'Digging for Fire': Sundance Review

    12:04 AM 1/27/2015
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    Sometimes marriage is like letting the corpse in the backyard stay buried. READ MORE

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  • 'The Second Mother' ('Que horas ela volta?'): Sundance Review

    11:29 PM 1/26/2015
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    Brazil's Regina Case ('Me You Them') delivers a stunning performance as a housekeeper whose daughter upsets the status quo in Anna Muylaert's riveting drama. READ MORE

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  • 'Take Me to the River': Sundance Review

    10:00 PM 1/26/2015
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    Logan Miller plays a gay California teenager who gets an uneasy welcome from his Nebraska relatives in writer-director Matt Sobel's feature debut READ MORE

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  • ‘The Stanford Prison Experiment': Sundance Review

    9:53 PM 1/26/2015
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    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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  • 'People, Places, Things': Sundance Review

    7:08 PM 1/26/2015
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    Jemaine Clement stars in a romantic comedy about the after-effects of a split when children are involved. READ MORE

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