Results tagged “reviews”
The One I Love
The One I Love truly is the holy grail of indie filmmaking. With a minuscule budget, only three actors and one main location, newcomer director Charlie McDowell has delivered a tightly-plotted surreal thriller which you'll want to visit again and again.
If the measure of a movie is the decibel of debate that follows the closing credits, then The Voices will surely rank among the most memorable at Sundance London.
Sundance London will include 22 feature films and 18 short films across five sections. 25 films will make their world, international, European or UK premieres.
In addition, the cultural spotlight, which takes place at The O2, will feature discussions with top film-makers, live music and red carpet events. Here's our pick of some of the highlights.
Claiming to be "based on a true story, which hasn't happened yet", Hits is a pitch-black comedy for the modern age that questions society's never-ending search for the next YouTube sensation and reality TV star.
They Came Together
David Wain's latest cinematic offering They Came Together attempts to poke refreshing fun at romantic comedy clichés and succeeds for the most part as a highly enjoyable date movie.