Sundance London: ‘Shut Up and Play the Hits’ Review

Shut Up and Play the Hits does not portray its rock-star subject as any sort of extraordinary person. He’s just a regular dude who made a few cool albums. While we see the banality of his daily life, we also get a top-quality concert movie—just not quite enough of each.

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Sundance London: ‘The House I Live In’ Review

The House I Live In is a dark, fascinating, upsetting documentary that digs deep into the drug war in America. Because of its in-depth interviews, masterful editing, beautiful camerawork, and rock-solid research, it may just be the best documentary I have ever seen.

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Sundance London: ‘Safety Not Guaranteed’ Review

Safety Not Guaranteed is a unique low-budget sci-fi adventure with very little sci-fi. Aubrey Plaza’s slight break of type allows her to shine in a role that really could not be played by anyone else. It has a bit of action, lots of laughs, and even some awkward sexual encounters.

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Sundance London: ‘Liberal Arts’ Review

Liberal Arts is a heartfelt comedy with a great cast and a plot to breakdown any current undergrad with a soul. It is cute without being schmaltzy (most of the time), and puts a new spin on the “attractive sad boy meets attractive sad girl” story.

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