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10 Great Sundance Film Festival Hits on Netflix Now: 'Reservoir Dogs,' 'Memento' and 'Computer Chess'

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire June 27, 2014 at 11:27AM

Here are 10 great Sundance Film Festival hits available to stream now on Netflix.
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"Reservoir Dogs"
"Reservoir Dogs"

Sundance 2015 isn't for another six months, but it's always a good time to watch good films -- especially ones with the Sundance Film Festival stamp of approval. We've rounded up 10 of our favorite Sundance hits that are now available to stream on Netflix, including the Academy Award-winning "Man on Wire" and the Academy Award-nominated "Cutie and the Boxer." These films are listed below in alphabetical order, along with their average Criticwire rating. Perfect weekend viewing!

Computer Chess (Dir: Andrew Bujalski)

Average Criticwire Rating: B+

Cutie and the Boxer (Dir: Zachary Heinzerling)

Average Criticwire Rating: A-

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Hoop Dreams (Dir: Steve James)

Average Criticwire Rating: A

"Man on Wire"
James Marsh's "Man on Wire"

Man on Wire (Dir: James Marsh)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Memento (Dir: Christopher Nolan)

Average Criticwire Rating:

Paris is Burning (Dir: Jennie Livingston)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Pi (Dir: Darren Aronofsky)

Average Criticwire Rating: B

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Reservoir Dogs (Dir: Quentin Tarantino)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Style Wars (Dir: Tony Silver)

Average Criticwire Rating: N/A

Touchy Feely (Dir: Lynn Shelton)

Average Criticwire Rating: B-


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