Tag: Sundance 2014

Sundance 2014: THEY CAME TOGETHER Review

     January 24, 2014

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When director David Wain does his own thing, it may not be for everyone, but he’s also at his best.  His more mainstream films, Role Models and Wanderlust, are entertaining, but his work on The State, Stella, and the classic …

Sundance 2014: THE BATTERED BASTARDS OF BASEBALL Review

     January 23, 2014

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Sports are entertainment featuring athletic achievement, but too often they’re treated as a precious gemstone requiring constant polishing from sanctimonious sportswriters, an unremarkable commodity for owners, or both.  The notion that the sport should be fun isn’t unimportant, but it …

Sundance 2014: KUMIKO, THE TREASURE HUNTER Review

     January 22, 2014

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If the words “true story” precedes a movie, it’s always misleading.  To tell an audience that something is based on a true story is to provide it with greater authenticity; it’s a short cut to making the fictional feel more …

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