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David Hyde Pierce’s Nightmarish ‘Boom Boom Pow’ Rap Assaults Eyes, Ears
Horrifying on all cylinders.
20 Best Sundance Movies
Here are the films we’ll all be talking much more about, and soon.
Robert Redford’s Scorn Doesn’t Stop Paris Hilton
She has 16 brands to promote! Where else is she supposed to go?
Sundance: Gaspar Noe On
Enter the Void
, and Magic Mushrooms
“I’m sure he must have done some ‘mental research’ before he made that movie.”
Sundance: Annette Bening and Julianne Moore Wow the Fest With a Gay Marriage Drama
The only questions left: Which distributor will acquire it? And then which star will they push for Best Actress?
Who Gives the Better Performance in
, Kristen Stewart or Dakota Fanning?
It’s a death match!
Sundance: Philip Seymour Hoffman Versus Mark Ruffalo; Ryan Gosling With Michelle Williams
Hoffman and Ruffalo, both first-time filmmakers, only one successful. And Gosling and Williams are great together.
Sundance: A Party Reporter’s Diary
Featuring: Jon Hamm! Philip Seymour Hoffman! Ben Affleck! Shaun White! Nas!
The Killer Inside Me
No Country for Old Men
Also, it may go down in history as the worst date film ever made.
Sundance: Ryan Reynolds Jumps the Snake
A whole movie starring only Ryan Reynolds buried in a coffin in Iraq? Daring!
best of the fest
Sundance 2010: The Revenge of the Documentaries
When the lineup for this year’s Sundance Film Festival was announced, doc-watchers everywhere oohed and aahed at the murderer’s row of documentarians on the schedule.
Sundance Goes Populist, and Downsizing Drama
The Company Men
Is the Festival’s First Hit
Rebels and downsizing dramas are in this year.
Jennifer Westfeldt on How
Faked New York
The budget only allowed three weeks in the city.
Sundance: Details on the Coming Jonatham Lethem Adaptation,
You’ll see Jonathan Lethem, played by Dermot Mulroney, interviewing a giant, talking crab!