Sundance review

Sundance 2019: Monos Review

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.

Sundance 2019: Blinded by the Light Review

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.

Sundance 2019: The Lodge Review

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.

Eighth Grade Review

Caustic, hilarious, and wonderfully effective, Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade may drum up anxious feelings long buried, but it does so with a wit and intelligence that’s unbeatable.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? Review

Morgan Neville’s magnificent doc Won’t You Be My Neighbour? is a wonderful testimony to the legacy of Mr. Rogers and a perfect template for how to create a film of this nature.

Sundance 2018: Eighth Grade Review

Caustic, hilarious, and wonderfully effective, Bo Burnham’s Eighth Grade may drum up anxious feelings long buried, but it does so with a wit and intelligence that’s unbeatable.

Sundance 2018: Tyrel Review

A small film with big ambitions, Sebastián Silva’s tense drama Tyrel takes its simple setup and runs with it in directions both surprising and compelling.

Sundance 2018: Mandy Review

Director Panos Cosmatos' Mandy offers viewers an opportunity to not only revel in his surreal visual style but to fully embrace the lunatic performance by Nicolas Cage.