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Sundance 2017: “It’s Not Yet Dark,” “Oklahoma City,” “The Workers Cup”

While the inauguration was dominating the conversation and star-studded premieres were taking place all over Park City, a trio of really interesting documentaries premiered this weekend, including one of the most inspirational of the festival and a piece that reminds us that terrorism can be home-grown. Show More Summary

Sundance 2017: "The Big Sick"

Judd Apatow has a track record of building projects for talented comedians to move to the next level, highlighting their skill sets in a way that makes entire films hinge on their abilities. Think Steve Carell in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,”...Show More Summary

An SNL Writer Calls Barron Trump 'Country's First Homeschool Shooter'

2 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

No doubt, tensions were high yesterday. Emotions ran the gamut amongst every American. There were crowds of thousands expressing support as the president they elected was sworn in while millions tuned in with their support from afar. On the other...

Sundance 2017: “I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore,” “Landline,” “Ingrid Goes West”

The U.S. Dramatic Competition program at Sundance is often the one from which the most national stories emerge. Previous winners have included “The Birth of a Nation,” “Whiplash” and “Beasts of the Southern Wild.” This year’s section...Show More Summary

Sundance 2017: "An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power"

The biggest surprise of Sundance so far has nothing to do with a new addition or a healthy food eatery being added near the Yarrow theater. It’s that Al Gore is not actually running for president, despite the intense campaign vibes of...Show More Summary

Sundance 2017: "Person to Person," "Axolotl Overkill," "Family Life"

The first full day of Sundance saw the world premiere of three films that focus on finding your place in the world, whether it's the strange streets of New York, the anything-goes nightlife of Berlin, or someone else's house in Chile. Show More Summary

Sundance 2017: "Whose Streets?"

When people ask about the Black Lives Matter movement, whether it’s a year or 50 from now, I will tell them to see director Sabaah Folayan’s documentary “Whose Streets?” This documentary about the events in Ferguson, MO, as told from...Show More Summary

Watch the Livestream for 'Democracy How?' The Political Comedy Variety Show

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Need to let off some steam on inauguration day? Democracy How? is a night of political standup, sketch, music and more for a good cause. Proceeds will benefit the transitional residence for women, Alexandria House. Featuring: Standup comedy from Orlando...

Something About Jodi's Alternate-Universe Husband Vincent D'Onofrio On Twitter

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

We all know that as wonderful as Twitter can be, in that it allows us to find people with whom we can laugh, connect, and have conversations that make us a little more thoughtful and considerate about the world...

Please. Please 2017. Please. Let Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone Be Back Together. Give Us This

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

If you're like me (most rational humans are not) you know there's been more and more evidence that Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone might be maybe possibly back togetherish maybe possibly. Well now there's some more. PLEASE. COME ON. WE...

Sundance 2016: “The Incredible Jessica James” & “The Little Hours”

Sundance programmers are smart enough to know that many people attending the festival this year would be bringing their own personal storm cloud related to the new President’s inauguration falling on the first full day of this year’s event. Show More Summary

How Seeing '20th Century Women' Helps Planned Parenthood

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Today Mike Mills' semi-autobiographical gem 20th Century Women opens nationwide. You should see it because it's beautiful filmmaking that thoughtfully focuses on the evolving challenges women face from one generation to the next. And you should see it this weekend,...

Sundance 2017: "Pop Aye" & "Free and Easy"

Sundance’s reputation for cultivating interesting filmmakers is by no means a domestic-only effort, as proven again by this year’s World Dramatic Cinema lineup. In its first two days, the festival has presented the world premiere ofShow More Summary

M. Night Shyamalan's 'Split' Lives and Dies By Its Last 30 Seconds

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

M. Night Shyamalan's Split is a solid-ish horror-exploitation flick with a strong performance from James McAvoy, who plays Kevin, a man with 23 distinct personalities. While Kevin's multiple personalities have been able to co-exist and even thrive in recent years,...

Michael Keaton Shines in Brilliant Trump Allegory ‘The Founder,’ Which You May Or May Not Want to Watch This Weekend, IDK

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There's an elephant in the room in John Lee Hancock's The Founder, and that elephant is orange, sports a terrible toupee and, oh yeah, starting today, is our President. Sorry to bring the vibes down--we've made a conscious effort to...

I Don't Understand the World We Live In Anymore Because I Enjoyed the Hell Out of 'xXx: Return of Xander Cage'

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Holy shit, you guys. It's so bad. It's so stupid. And yet... OK, so let's wind the clock back fifteen years to 2002 and the release of xXx, the Vin Diesel actioner directed by Rob Cohen. It came out...

Samoas or Caramel deLites? Why Do Girl Scout Cookies Have Different Names Depending On Where You Live?

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

It's almost the best time of the year. It's almost Girl Scout Cookie time assuming the new president doesn't demand the elimination of all Girl Scouts and troop leaders. And every year I stock up on Peanut Butter Patties like...

45 Pop Culture Facts that NO ONE DENIES

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

1. Pine is the best Chris. 2. The Princess and the Frog is the best Disney princess movie. 3. In 25 years, Emma Stone will be considered a classic movie star. Anna Kendrick and Chris Pratt will have been mostly...

Americans Remember The Good Times With #ObamaDay

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Today, we say with no irony, just pure sincerity and gratitude: Thanks, Obamas. The love for the outgoing First Family is radiant across Twitter, where the hashtag #ObamaDay celebrates President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and their bright and...

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Josh Groban and Other Faves Singing 'Careless Whisper' Is What We Need

3 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

When the world needs joy, the theater nerds are always here for it. So when Josh Gad put out the call, Cynthia Erivo, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Leslie Odom Jr., Josh Groban and Rory O'Malley came together like the ultimate Avengers. And.....

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