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From the best to the worst and back again
If you were to judge this year's Sundance Film Festival based on the amazing number of distributor acquistions, you would be inclined to believe it was a very good year for movies in Park City. In fact, there were few jaw-dropping breakouts or mind-blowingly bad films on the narrative side and the documentary selections lived up to the festival's continuingly impressive pedigree (four of the five Oscar nominees for best documentary this year debuted at the 2010 fest). Overall, it was a year of level quality with not too many highs and not too many lows. What was abundant were great performances and unconventional subject matter. So, with that in mind, HitFix's crack team of editors and critics run down our best and worst of the festival.
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