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Topic: sundance film festival
Jonathan Groff has already been nominated for a Tony Award, had a guest stint on Glee and dated Zachary Quinto, but he didn’t hold a permanent spot on my radar until I saw his performance in the new film C.O.G., in which he plays acclaimed writer David Sedaris. While I thoroughly enjoyed the film in general, it was Groff’s performance that sold it for me. More
The film foreshadows just how great Kristen Bell could be if she were provided with better writing and a better character to portray. She’s very good in this movie, for what she’s given, but even the most amazing actress can’t take a contrived and lifeless script and turn it brilliant. More
It premiered at Sundance earlier this year, and those of us normals who couldn’t make it to the festival finally have a trailer to watch. But here’s the catch. If you were expecting Adam and Amy to play another adorable couple like they do on Parks and Rec, think again. Amy plays Adam’s stepmom. And I’m totally unashamed to say I’m obsessed with it. More
Michael B. Jordan, not to be confused with the basketball player, is an American actor who most recently starred in the feature film, Fruitvale, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and received a great response. I’ve heard from many sources that Jordan did an outstanding job with the film and there’s a good chance we’ll be hearing buzz about the film and his acting around Oscar time. I think it’s only fair that we give this actor the recognition he deserves and try not to mix him up with the other Michael Jordan, shall we? More
The thing about film festivals is that, if you’re not in attendance, you can learn a lot about the films that premiered there through word of mouth or written reviews, without ever having seen any of the film besides a still or a poster. Movies can become the most anticipated releases of their respective seasons without having premiered a trailer or a clip. Case in point: The Spectacular Now. More
I don’t know what I was expecting out of Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut Don Jon, which premiered at Sundance. I mean, I’d heard it was a sexy comedy, but I did not expect something so goofy and fun. Maybe I’ve just been watching JGL in too many Christopher Nolan movies. More
Who is Michael B. Jordan, star of Fruitvale, critically acclaimed piece at Sundance Film Festival this year. Spoiler alert: he’s not named after that basketball guy. More
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The Sundance Film Festival can be overwhelming, even if you’re not there. Here are the five films we’re most excited about in 2013. More
He might have told Stephen Colbert he was quitting music to make coffee, but James Murphy has something a bit more glamorous lined up for himself now. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you: James Murphy, actor! I guess he really can change. More
Liza Weil (Paris Geller on Gilmore Girls) stars in The Missing Person, a film currently screening at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. Michael Shannon (Revolutionary Road) stars in The Missing Person as John Rosow, a private detective prone to sardonic … More
Lauren Graham stars in Arlen Faber (previously The Dream of the Romans), which will be screening at the Sundance Film Festival starting on Sunday, January 18th. The movie will have 6 screenings at the festival, with the schedule available here. … More