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    Sundance Review: Tired of Disgruntled New York Hipster Comedies? ‘Appropriate Behavior’ Is a Welcome Update to the Formula

    Desiree Akhavan’s “Appropriate Behavior” provides an enjoyably shrewd update to a potentially grating formula.

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    Sundance Review: Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig Are As You've Never Seen Them In Otherwise Conventional 'The Skeleton Twins'

    Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig's chemistry in Craig Johnson's "The Skeleton Twins" is something altogether different. These are serious dramatic roles with dark comedic ingredients that take them out of the farcical realm and allow them to craft fully realized characters.

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    Sundance Review: Director Joe Berlinger’s Riveting True Crime Doc ‘Whitey: The United States Vs. James J. Bulger’

    There are few real life criminals alive today who possess the kind of allure and oversized grandeur of James Joseph “Whitey” Bulger. This was a guy who, as a young thug, stoically did time in Alcatraz, and upon his release rose to power in South Boston, eventually running organized crime in the area...

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    Sundance Review: Keira Knightley and Sam Rockwell Charm in Lynn Shelton's 'Laggies'

    "Laggies," marks the first time Lynn Shelton has directed a film whose script she didn't personally pen. Although the story by Andrea Seigel is more tightly constructed (and much more neatly wrapped up) than Shelton's own improvised scripts, the story of arrested development in extremis fits neatly...

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    Sundance Review: Midnight Horror 'The Babadook' Adds Depth to Familiar Genre Trappings to Chilling Effect

    Jennifer Kent's depiction of an uneasy mother-son relationship excels in its stylistic approach to what could easily have been a conventional storybook monster movie.

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    Pivot and Univision Acquire TV Rights to Doc 'Cesar's Last Fast' Ahead of Sundance Premiere

    Participant Media's cable network Pivot has joined with Univision News to buy the U.S. TV rights to "Cesar's Last Fast," the documentary from directors Richard Ray Perez and Lorena Parlee set to makes its world premiere at Sundance tomorrow on January 19th.

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    Check Out This Awesome Infographic That Breaks Down Sundance Movie Sales

    This is a killer two-page spread of an infographic -- one that breaks down a handful of the 2011-2013 Sundance Film Festival sales by genre, awards, sale price vs. budget, and more.

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    Sundance Review: 'Mitt,' A Portrait of a Politician as We Never Saw Him on the Campaign Trail

    Romney documentary "Mitt," directed by Greg Whiteley, premiered at Sundance on January 17th and debuts on Netflix as an original on the 24th. Here's our review.

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    Trailer of the Week: A Man Carries Out an Act of Brutal Vengeance in Cannes-Winner 'Blue Ruin'

    Winner of the FIPRESCI International Critics Prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival, Jeremy Saulnier's "Blue Ruin" has been winning over audiences on the festival circuit since its European bow. With the film currently screening at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, the film's distributor RADiUS-TW...

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