7 Movies To Not Miss At 2019 Sundance Film Festival
2019 Sundance Film Festival Is Kicking Of Nicely & These You Don’t Want To Miss
The film festival that kicked off this 24th, is filled with stars on its red carpet. The Park City festival, Sundance Film Festival is filled with possibilities. With more than 112 movies to see and plenty of star-riddled movies to get behind on, the indie film festival is filled with promising movies that are going to take our breath away this 2019!
Jake Gyllenhaal stars this thriller/drama film. Coming from Dan Gilroy, known from Nightcrawler, the movie explores and satirizes the art world. The plot of the whole movie? That art is a riddle and sometimes hypocrite place. When an elderly neighbour dies and a naive art agent discovers hundreds of paintings, instructed to be destructed, Zawe Ashton characters offers them - and the nightmare begins. With A-listers such as Toni Collete, John Malkovich and Rene Russo.
Annette Bening and Adam Drivers are the stars of this drama. Inspired by a based on a true story political drama, the movie happens in the aftermath of 9/11 nonetheless. From the writer of The Informant! and The Bourne Ultimatum, Scott Z. Burns comes with a gripping movie that entails a lot when it comes to interrogations.
The spectacular Emma Thompson is again on the spotlight. Late Night is one of our favourites, so, mind us a little. With Mindy Kaling as a sidekick and problem solver, the plot of the movie is just the cherry on top of the month. Emma Thompson portraits a pioneering late-night talk show who gets labelled as a woman who hates woman - and Mindy Kaling comes to the rescue. A script by the fabulous of Kalin, this you should absolutely have on your list.
The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon
From the director, Alex Gibney comes an inside look into the world of Silicon Valley and its promising world. The scandal of Theranos. It's multi-billion dollar company, a brilliant innovation, the next Steve Jobs. The catch? It was all a scam. Stay for the plot and stay for the amazing work of Elizabeth Holmes.
Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
Murder aficionados will love this one. Zac Efron turns into Ted Bundy - the charming, handsome and cruel serial killer that got the world up in flames in the '60s and '70s. Director Joe Berlinger's offers a personal tale, an intimate path into the world of Bundy in the perspective of his girlfriend portrayed by Lilly Collins.
Based on the book by Emma Jane Unsworth, Animals tells the story of thirty-something Laura and Tyler, portrayed by Holliday Grainger and Alia Shawkat, these two share everything in a drinking haze in Dublin. The importance of life, friendship is at stake in this comedy from director, producer and writer Sophie Hyde.
After The Wedding
Based on the Oscar-nominated 2006 Danish film, with Mads Mikkelsen on the lead, this American turn of the Oscar-nominated movie is opening the festival. Written and directed by Bart Freundlich, the American take on the Danish movies follows t+he manager of an orphanage in India as she travels to New York City.
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