X-Men: Apocalypse is a confused, bloated, mess of a film.
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Four films from the Midnight program of this year's Sundance Film Festival are reviewed.
A report on three powerful docs from Sundance.
A review of three competitions films: "Swiss Army Man," "Equity" and "Lovesong"
A review of three films in the Premieres section at Sundance, including the breakout hit from John Carney.
A review of the latest from Ira Sachs.
A review of the latest documentary from the incomparable Werner Herzog.
A review of Nate Parker's devastating "The Birth of a Nation."
A dispatch on four premieres from Sundance, including films starring Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, and Elisabeth Moss.
A review of Kelly Reichardt's "Certain Women," starring Michelle Williams, Laura Dern and Kristen Stewart.
A review of three films in the Next program this year: "Sleight," "The First Girl I Loved" and "Operation Avalanche."