Roll 'Em

Roll 'Em

by

01/18/2013

Roll 'em This first weekend of Sundance 2013 offers

a mix of new voices, stars trying new

things and gems waiting to be discovered

- exactly what the Park City film fest is

known for.

FRIDAY

Joseph Gordon-Levitt kicks things off with

his drama "Don Jon's Addiction," co-starring

Scarlett Johansson in a dramedy about

a modern Don Juan.

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"TWo Mothers" stars Naomi Watts and

Robin Wright as longtime friends who

fall in love with each other's grown

sons.

"Kill Your Darlings" features Daniel

Radcliffe as Beat poet Allen Ginsberg.

"Austenland" stars Keri Russell as

a woman who visits a Jane Austen

theme park.

"The Spectacular Now" is a highschool-

set romance in which nice girl

Shailene Woodley straightens out a

hard-partying senior (Miles Teller).

"The World According to Dick

Cheney" shoots into Sundance for

a documentary look at the former

vice president.

At midnight Friday- the berth

that launched "The Blair Witch Project"

here in 1999- is "S-V/H/S,"

a found-footage thriller that pays

homage to some classic horror

genres.

SATURDAY

"Breathe In," from director Drake

Doremus ("Like Crazy"), is about

a Long Island music teacher (Guy

Pearce) who falls in love with a British

exchange student (Felicity Jones).

"The Look of Love," from director

Michael Winterbottom, stars Steve

Coogan as a billionaire club owner/porn

impresario living the wild life in '70s London.

"Mud" is director Jeff Nichols' followup

to "Take Shelter," in which two rural Arkansas

kids meet a drifter (Matthew McConaughey)

with a secret. Reese Witherspoon

co-stars.

"The Lifeguard" has Kristen Bell as a reporter

who quits her New York job to move

back to Connecticut and work at a pool.

SUNDAY

Ellen Page and Brit Marling are the leads in

the drama "The East," in which a woman investigating

a cult is drawn into its world.

"Citizen Koch" is a chronicle of New

York's former mayor and a city transitioning

from on the outs to top of the world.

"Prince Avalanche" finds Paul Rudd and

Emile Hirsch as road workers spending the

summer of 1988 away from their city lives.

"Stoker" is a gothic drama with

Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska and

Matthew Goode as part of a strange

family.

"Ain't Them Bodies Saints" is a

tale of young lovers who commit

crimes, starring Rooney

Mara and Casey Affleck.

"Before Midnight" sees the

return of Ethan Hawke's Jesse

and Julie Delpy's Celine, still

trying to find out who they

are, alone and together, after

1995's "Before Sunrise"

and 2004's "Before Sunrise."

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