Youngblood certainly still knows how to rile up a crowd, but is incredibly dated with its attitudes about our national pastime and particularly the violence that can erupt out of it.
Director Asghar Farhadi's riveting drama is a moral fable disguised as a potboiler that pulls the strings on a deceptively familiar premise.
Director Alejandro Landes' Monos is a Lord of the Flies/Heart of Darkness allegorical epic film navigating Latin American mountains and jungles to bring a tale of disintegrating alliances and violent upheaval.
When it comes to crowd-pleasing narratives, Sundance has had a good ear to the ground. Director Gurinder Chadha's feel-good musical Blinded by the Light follows that tradition by mixing Bruce Springsteen's classic songs with a real life coming-of-age story.
The symptoms of the disease may change but the cure always remains the same.
With dozens of American and International docs screening every year in Park City, Sundance habitually becomes the focus for many of the best words of non-fiction for the year.
Justin Chon's Ms. Purple. is a tribute to familial responsibility told from a female perspective.
Mads Mikkelsen enters the “man vs. wilderness” genre with a near-wordless performance in Arctic, the debut feature from Brazilian YouTube phenom Joe Penna.
With affecting performances, exceptional photography, a haunting score and a storyline that eats at you throughout, The Lodge is an extraordinary work by a talented group of actors and filmmakers.
Director Joe Talbot's The Last Black Man in San Francisco portrays the relentless crime of community disintegration at the hands of gentrification.