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    Sundance Review: Nick Hornby-Scripted 'Brooklyn' is Beautiful But Unfulfilling

    John Crowley adapts Colm Toibin's novel about an Irish immigrant making her way through 1950's-era New York.

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    Sundance Review: Jemaine Clement, Jessica Williams and More Shine in 'People, Places and Things'

    Jim Strouse's first feature following "The Winning Season" and "Grace is Gone" is his best yet.

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    Sundance Review: Bobcat Goldthwait's 'Call Me Lucky' Puts Barry Crimmins in the Spotlight

    Standup comedian-turned-filmmaker Goldthwait shines a light on an outspoken hero of the comedy scene with a dark past.

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    Sundance Review: '3 ½ Minutes' is a Timely Statement on an Age-Old Issue

    The latest documentary from the director of the Sundance hit "Who is Dayani Cristal?" has a painfully timely hook.

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    Sundance Review: Sebatian Silva's Tense 'Nasty Baby' is a Subversive Delight

    Kristen Wiig co-stars in this Brooklyn-set comedy-drama, which is full of surprises.

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    Sundance Review: 'Take Me to the River' Announces the Arrival of a Promising New Filmmaking Talent

    Writer-director Matt Sobel's first feature is an astonishingly effective story of a family reunion gone wrong.

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    Sundance Review: Joe Swanberg's Excellent 'Digging For Fire' Marks a New Stage of His Career

    Jake Johnson and Rosemarie DeWitt star in this unique tale that stands apart from Swanberg's other work.

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    Sundance Review: White Supremacist Takes Over Small Town in Mesmerizing Doc 'Welcome to Leith'

    Craig Cobb, who proclaimed himself "the most famous racist in the world," attempted to take over a small town in North Dakota. Here's what happened next.

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    Sundance Review: Ryan Reynolds and Ben Mendelsohn Anchor Uneven 'Mississippi Grind'

    Directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden deliver an intriguing premise, but the story isn't on the same level as its central performances.

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    Sundance Review: Ethan Hawke Can't Salvage Disappointing 'Ten Thousand Saints'

    A credible depiction of New York City in the late 1980's isn't enough to compensate for this weak effort from Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.

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