Read The Cricket’s reviews of all 32 U.S. competition films from Sundance
Published: January 27, 2014 09:24AM
Updated: January 27, 2014 11:05AM
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Bill Hader (left) and Kristen Wiig play Milo and Maggie, dysfunctional twins in the comedy-drama "The Skeleton Twins." Courtesy Sundance Institute

Call it one-stop shopping: Links to the reviews of all 32 U.S. competition films — 16 Dramatic and 16 Documentary — that premiered during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

Here they are, by category, and in alphabetical order:

U.S. Dramatic:

“Camp X-Ray,” three stars.

“Cold in July,” three and a half stars.

“Dear White People,” three stars.

“Fishing Without Nets,” three stars.

“God’s Pocket,” two stars.

“Happy Christmas,” three and a half stars.

“Hellion,” three stars.

“Infinitely Polar Bear,” three stars.

“Jamie Marks Is Dead,” two stars.

“Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter,” two and a half stars.

“Life After Beth,” three stars.

“Low Down,” three stars.

“The Skeleton Twins,” three and a half stars.

“The Sleepwalker,” two stars.

“Song One,” three stars.

“Whiplash,” three and a half stars.

U.S. Documentary

“Alive Inside,” three and a half stars.

“All the Beautiful Things,” one and a half stars.

“Captivated: The Trials of Pamela Smart,” three and a half stars.

“The Case Against 8,” three and a half stars.

“Cesar’s Last Fast,” three stars.

“Dinosaur 13,” three stars.

“E-Team,” four stars.

“Fed Up,” three and a half stars.

“The Internet’s Own Boy,” three and a half stars.

“Ivory Tower,” three stars.

“Marmato,” three and a half stars.

“No No: A Dockumentary,” three stars.

“The Overnighters,” four stars.

“Private Violence,” three and a half stars.

“Rich Hill,” two and a half stars.

“Watchers of the Sky,” three and a half stars.

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And, as a bonus, here’s my three-and-a-half star review of “Life Itself,” the Documentary Premieres entry about Roger Ebert. That makes a total of 33 films I saw at Sundance 2014.

-- Sean P. Means