Film Festivals

Sundance 2020 Review: The Fight – ACLU Can Do It!

A more accurate title for The Fight might have been The Fights, because it’s actually about four fights the ACLU fought, out of many more than couldn’t fit into one film. Perhaps they’re saving the pl...

Sundance 2020 Review: Worth – Human Calculus

You’ve heard the stories of auto manufacturers who learn there is a defect in their vehicle and calculate the cost of potential lawsuits and the cost of the recall. If the recall costs more, they deci...

Sundance 2020 Review: Crip Camp – Earnest Goes to Camp

When I saw Crip Camp was playing at Sundance I thought there’s no way that’s what it’s about. Handicapped people would not refer to themselves as crips, short for crippled. But that’s exactly what it’...

Sundance 2020 Review: The 40-Year-Old-Version – The Discovery Of This Sundance

The 40-Year-Old Version is the kind of movie I go to Sundance to discover. Writer/director/star Radha Blank is someone I wasn’t familiar with before. I’d even missed her work on the Spike Lee Netflix ...

Sundance 2020 Review: The Father – Who’s Your Daddy?

Anthony Hopkins IS The Father! His name happens to be Anthony too. Anthony is suffering from dementia and his daughter Anne (Olivia Colman) is trying to take care of him. She tries hiring him help so ...

Sundance 2020 Review: Never Rarely Sometimes Always

Scott Menzel's review of "Never Rarely Sometimes Always" from Sundance 2020.

Sundance 2020 Review: Promising Young Woman Isn’t Afraid To Speak Up

Scott Menzel reviews "Promising Young Woman" starring Carey Mulligan and Bo Burnham.

Sundance 2020 Review: Zola Feels Like A24 Parodying Itself

Scott Menzel reviews "Zola" which held its World Premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Sundance 2020 Review: Summertime

Scott Menzel reviews "Summertime" which premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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