• 'Big Sur'

    Jack Kerouac Boozes, Ron Weasley Pops Viagra, Hipsters Befriend Strippers: Sundance in Short

    Big Sur: In 1960, Jack Kerouac was beat. The publication of On the Road had not only brought him the fame and success that he'd never expected, it resulted in his being dubbed the King of the Beat Generation. A sensitive soul constantly on the look for peace who nevertheless sought solace in many a bottle, Jack was not built to withstand these things and so wound up on a three-year respite at his mom's in Long Island.

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  • 'The Look of Love'

    A Porn Empire, a '90s Flashback, and a Genius Disney World Invasion: Sundance in Short

    The Look of Love: If there is a father to the swinging ’70s, it was Paul Raymond, the poor Liverpool lad turned "King of Soho" who made a fortune selling soft-core sex via England’s first strip club and, in time, a pornographic publishing empire.

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  • 'Breathe In'

    What We Learned at Sundance: Married Couples Should Avoid Pretty Young Women

    If there is a lesson to be learned at Sundance, it is that married couples should not let pretty young women into their home on any sort of permanent basis.

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  • The Eagles / Photo via Sundance

    The History of the Eagles: American Dream or American Nightmare?

    History of the Eagles, Part One: It’s a fact that Their Greatest Hits by the Eagles is tied with Michael Jackson’s Thriller for the top selling album in the United States, like, ever. But the thing is, even though this two-hour documentary (and that’s just Part One) was conceived of by the band members themselves, it ain’t about their triumphs — not exactly.

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  • 'The Spectacular Now' / Photo via IMDB

    The Next Great Teen Movie Premieres at Sundance: 'The Spectacular Now'

    It's easy to be our own worst enemy at a festival: what we see and, more important, what we miss is mostly up to us. Obviously, there are obstacles beyond our control — tight lists, long lines, slippery publicists — but the choice alone is cause for anxiety, which is why catching a great movie is a huge relief.

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  • The Eagles fly again at Sundance / Photo by Getty Images

    Eagles May Tour Again, Surprise Sundance Q&A Reveals

    Following Dave Grohl's star-studded Sound City Players performance — which included significant contributions from Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, and others — Sundance continues to roll out the bona fide rock legends from whatever velvet-lined, sober living facility the film festival is no doubt keeping them in.

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