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  • 2019 Film Festival Issue

    Past stories lay the foundation for new ones in Park City.
      If you set out to explore the wild world of independent filmmaking, who knows what stories you'll bring home?
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  • What Lies Ahead

    Our critics get fired up over their most anticipated 2019 films.
      Here are our most anticipated titles coming to theaters and major streaming services:
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  • 12 Days of Terrible Christmas Movies

    Roast some chestnuts and fire up the remote control. The holidays are here!
      The Hallmark Channel alone is responsible for 78 percent of Christmas movies, and all of them star Candace Cameron-Bure (I made that up, but I'm probably not far off).
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  • Yule Be Watching

    Our critics share their holiday-viewing comfort food.
      Settle in with a cup of eggnog, and share with us what stories make your season shiny and bright.
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  • The Fright Stuff

    Tales of the scary movie moments our critics will never forget.
      I doubt that I have ever jumped so high, so fast, in a manner that probably looked like a cartoon character.
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  • Undercover Racist

    Spike Lee delivers a searing, timely look at American hate in BlacKkKlansman.
      Nowthisis a Spike Lee Joint: searing drama, hilarious comedy, a touch of tonal messiness, occasionally angry as hell.
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  • Smokin' Cinema

    Marijuana's movie road from Reefer Madness to the mainstream.
      Google "pot movies" and the resulting list is long, with each (relatively recent) suggested title a rompin' stompin' glorification of the good herb.
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  • None More Bleak

    Movies to remind you that, hey, it could always be worse.
  • Faith Into Action

    First Reformed finds Paul Schrader brilliantly tackling his favored themes of faith and obsession.
      WithFirst Reformed,there's finally a movie that lives up to the hype that has surrounded Paul Schrader since roughly 1976, whenTaxi Driver—which he wrote and Martin Scorsese directed—put him on the list of writers to watch.
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