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    Sundance Review: Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig's 'Mistress America' is an Endearing Screwball Comedy

    The duo's second written collaboration is a fun, if imperfect, illustration of their appeal.

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    Blu-Ray REVIEW: "The Boxtrolls"

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    Watch: Nicole Kidman Talks 'Strangerland' at Sundance (Exclusive Video Interview)

    Nicole Kidman gives us a relaxed video chat at Sundance right before the world premiere of her provocative Australian thriller 'Strangerland.'

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    Sundance Review: 'Entertainment' Features Neil Hamburger, the Saddest Comedian in the World

    Rick Alverson's followup to "The Comedy" is another genre-defying portrait of a troubled man -- in this case, a standup comedian who's anything but funny.

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    Sundance Review: 'Chuck Norris vs. Communism' Shows How the American Dream Toppled a Communist Regime

    Ilinca Calugareanu’s first feature finds an unlikely source for the revolt against the Romanian Communist regime.

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    Sundance Review: James Franco Excels in 'I Am Michael,' a Provocative Look at 'Ex-Gay' Activist Michael Glatze

    Justin Kelly's first feature offers an evenhanded portrait of its controversial subject, but it doesn't make his decisions easy to take.

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    Watch: Why DO the Characters in Quentin Tarantino's PULP FICTION Spend So Much Time in the Bathroom?

    Of the myriad questions raised by Quentin Tarantino's now-classic "Pulp Fiction," I would have to confess that one of them was not, for me, "Why do the film's characters spend so much time in the bathroom?" And yet this video essay by Michele Bucci raises the question, and answers it, and argues for...

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