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Sundance 2018

  1. Chloë Grace Moretz Says Her True Self Is a 4 Non Blondes–Belting ‘Total Dork’“I think that is the one moment in the movie that is not Cameron. It’s the Chloë that no one knows!”
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    Blindspotting Is a Messy Debut From Three First-Time Feature FilmmakersDaveed Diggs’s first foray into screenwriting has some powerful moments, but too often feels like required viewing.
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    Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far on Foot Is a Perfect Showcase for Joaquin PhoenixGus Van Sant’s latest, co-starring Jonah Hill and Jack Black, tells the story of John Callahan, a quadriplegic cartoonist recovering from alcoholism.
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    The Raucous Sorry to Bother You Is the Punk Film 2018 DeservesLakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson, and Armie Hammer make Boots Riley’s debut film about a young black telemarketer a bizarre house party of a movie.
  5. After Launching Jennifer Lawrence, Director Debra Granik Is Finally BackEight years after Winter’s Bone was nominated for Best Picture, Granik has a new narrative film. What has she been up to?
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    Leave No Trace, Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone Follow-up, Is Grim and CaptivatingHer first narrative feature since launching Jennifer Lawrence in Winter’s Bone tells the story of a father and daughter living in the wilderness.
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    Robert Pattinson and Mia Wasikowska’s Damsel Is a Delightful, Violent Clown ShowPattinson gives himself a gray metal front tooth and pitches his voice into the high twerpy zone; Wasikowska can do no wrong.
  8. Claire Danes and Jim Parsons Are Stunningly Good in the Graceful A Kid Like JakeDanes and Parsons star as parents of a non-gender-normative 5-year-old in Silas Howard’s drama.
  9. In Beirut, Jon Hamm Has Fully Arrived on the Big ScreenJust as smart is Brad Anderson’s direction, which is clean and crisp but never on the nose.
  10. We Quizzed Nicolas Cage on His Old Movie Lines and Honestly He Was Great“I like the romantic dialogue.”
  11. Watch the First Trailer for Hereditary, Sundance’s Biggest Horror HitToni Collette and Gabriel Byrne star in this dark family thriller.
  12. Here Are All of the Movies That Sold at Sundance This YearIncluding The Tale, Assassination Nation, and Lizzie.
  13. Nicolas Cage x Nicolas Cage + Cocaine and Battle Axes = MandyScientists have perfected the formula for peak Cage, and the result screened at Sundance.
  14. The Best of the 2018 Sundance Film FestivalThe best performances, the creepiest noises, and the tiniest horses out of this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
  15. I Think We’re Alone Now Has an Intriguing Start, But a Bewilderingly Bad EndingPeter Dinklage deserves all the good will we can muster, but if he’s going to make movies like this, Game of Thrones can’t come soon enough.
  16. In a Weak Year at Sundance, Will Any of the Fest’s Movies Score with Oscar?And will Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightley, Maggie Gyllenhaal, or Toni Collette nab a Best Actress nom?
  17. A Futile and Stupid Gesture Captures Doug Kenney While Respecting His MysteryIt’s not particularly illuminating, but it’s far from futile.
  18. As Oscar Wilde, Rupert Everett Lifts The Happy Prince Into the StratosphereThe Happy Prince proves that a film can be both bleak and warm-spirited, as befits its mighty subject.
  19. Zazie Beetz on Fame’s Limitations: ‘The Version of Me on the Internet Isn’t Me’“All of who you are is never going to be accepted or captured.”
  20. Octavia Spencer Was Mistaken for Mo’NiqueBy a grandma.
  21. Here’s the Advice Chris Elliott Gave Daughter Abby Elliott When She Joined SNL“I was terrified!”
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    A Movie About Teenage Girls Murdering Sexists Got the Biggest Deal at SundanceThe $10 million deal for revenge fantasy Assassination Nation is the biggest purchase of the festival.
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    Faces of the 2018 Sundance Film FestivalVulture welcomed such guests as Tessa Thompson, Armie Hammer, Octavia Spencer, Jaden Smith, and Aubrey Plaza to our photo studio.
  24. Joan Jett Loved Working With Michael J. FoxShe taught him how to be a real rock star.
  25. Haley Joel Osment Had a Very Awkward Middle-School DanceThen again, didn’t we all?
  26. Daisy Ridley’s Ophelia Is a Juicy, Crowd-Pleasing Shakespeare RevampBut perhaps, given the runaway strength of Naomi Watts’s supporting performance, it should have been titled Gertrude.
  27. What They Had: An Alzheimer’s Story That’s Both Heartbreaking and … FunnyMichael Shannon and Hilary Swank are superb in Elizabeth Chomko’s debut feature film as stressed-out siblings watching their mother’s memory dissolve.
  28. Naomi Watts Does Her Best David Lynch Impression“Rip his balls off!”
  29. Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny Can’t Save the Lizzie Borden Biopic LizzieCraig William Macneill’s biopic on 19th-century ax murderer Lizzie Borden fails to find the juiciest parts of a famously fascinating story.
  30. Reed Morano Says Peter Dinklage Would Be the Lead in Her Star Wars MovieEven though she claims that rumors of her piloting the Millennium Falcon are “just rumors.”
  31. Omari Hardwick on Why Black Actors Can’t Go Full Method: ‘I’ll Get in Trouble’“I don’t want to be pulled over while ‘driving while method.’”
  32. Peter Dinklage Requested That His I Think We’re Alone Now Character Love Wine“I really wanted to NOT be not a drinker.”
  33. Chloë Grace Moretz and Desiree Akhavan on Filming Sex Scenes Sensitively“There’s always a story to how you f*ck.”
  34. Rupert Everett: ‘Oscar Wilde Is Really the Beginning of the Gay Movement’Everett explains how Wilde was both crucified and resurrected.
  35. How Wild Is the New Lakeith Stanfield Movie Sorry to Bother You?Well, it’s got naked horse-men and Armie Hammer doing coke in a sarong, for starters.
  36. Debra Messing’s Doctor Told Her to Stop Using Her Phone“I wasn’t sleeping.”
  37. Keira Knightley Brings Spirit to the Politely Sexy ColetteIn her collaboration with director Wash Westmoreland, Knightley plays a gifted French novelist whose husband publicly takes credit for her work.
  38. Hari Nef and Suki Waterhouse Were Rejected from a Gay Leather Bar in New Orleans“There were some things happening that women weren’t invited to.”
  39. Hilary Swank and Michael Shannon Reveal Their Strangest Interactions With Fans’I’m really going to let her down.”
  40. Rose Byrne and Ethan Hawke’s Juliet, Naked Revitalizes the Romantic ComedyJesse Peretz’s adaptation of Nick Hornby’s novel explores what happens when a superfan’s idol and girlfriend strike up a relationship of their own.
  41. Armando Iannucci Thinks Jason Isaacs Would Make an Excellent Anthony Scaramucci“What a strange character.”
  42. Tessa Thompson on Power in Hollywood: ‘It’s Still in a White-Male Stronghold’“Our workplaces are not equitable.”
  43. Craig Robinson and Jemaine Clement Sing About a Traumatic Experience“And I was like, Oh … shit!
  44. What Gloria Allred Would Say to Trump If They Could Speak Face-to-Face“I’m going to expect him to tell the truth.”
  45. Maggie Gyllenhaal’s The Kindergarten Teacher Is an Electrifying CringefestGyllenhaal is complex and empathetic in a tale of a woman looking to give her life some purpose.
  46. Bo Burnham Can Totally Relate to Tween Girls“I see myself much more in the girls of that age than the boys.”
  47. Kiersey Clemons Taught Nick Offerman How to ‘Keep His Sh*t Tight’“That’s a term Kiersey taught me.”
  48. Maggie Gyllenhaal Gets Emotional Discussing How Her Mother Inspires Her“She really laid down the groundwork for me.”
  49. Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade Captures Middle School in the Time of SnapchatBurnham’s directorial breakout is masterful, and it’s rivaled only by the breakout performance of its 14-year-old star Elsie Fisher.
  50. Jason Mantzoukas Does a Great Impression of Fans Who Yell at Him on the Street“It’s a lot of football bros.”
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