Viewing posts tagged sundance

Jan 24th 2011

Sundance Review: Cedar Rapids

A movie without a heart is a movie not worth seeing and in Miguel Artet's (The Good Girl, Youth In Revolt) newest feature we not only get a movie with a lot of laughs, but a touch of drama (and heart) as well. Read More

Jan 24th 2011

Sundance Review: The Devil's Double

Had George Bush simply needed to furnish a weapon of mass ridiculousness to justify his Iraq war, an advance copy of The Devil's Double would've come in mighty handy. Read More

Jan 24th 2011

Sundance Review: Troubadours

It'd be too easy to say Troubadours, Morgan Neville's documentary sprung from the Carole King/James Taylor reunion concert at West Hollywood's Troubadour in 2007, is mere self-congratulatory Boomer junk. Read More

Jan 23rd 2011

Sundance Parties, The Bing List and Going Home

Just before Sundance started last Thursday I received a gift in my Inbox. Some might consider the Bing List the Holy Grail of partydom. When I saw it right there on my screen I felt instant Nirvana. Really? For me? It was 5 pages long with parties, events, locations and contacts. Everything you need to gain access to the exclusive suites or all-night parties. The list is so coveted that it had to be deactivated and re-passcoded twice because people were selling it on Craigslist. Read More

Jan 22nd 2011

Sundance Review: Abraxas

For my first film I of the fest I caught the World Dramatic Competition film Abraxas. The story of a modern day monk and his struggles of bringing music back into his life while still staying true and honoring his religion. Read More


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