Last night I saw Joseph Gordon Levitt‘s Don Jon’s Addiction (a decent character-arc piece, the spiritual growth of a Guido, nice ending) at a 6 pm Eccles screening, and then I ran around a bit and returned for a 9:45 pm Eccles screening of Anne Fontaine‘s Two Mothers — a farce, a calamity, one of the worst Sundance films I’ve ever seen or ever will see.
And now it’s 9:10 am with my first screening of the day, James Ponsoldt‘s The Spectacular Now, at the Holiday Village at 10 am. Followed by a 12 noon showing of Lynn Shelton‘s Touchy Feely at the Eccles, and after that a 3 pm screening of Jacob Kornbluth‘s Inequality For All at the Prospector Square. Followed by Michael Winterbottom‘s The Look of Love at 6 pm at the Eccles. Four films per day is my limit. Which allows me barely enough time to bang out little doo-dad riffs, much less reviews.
I’ve been up since 6 am and re-packing because we’re switching condos today. You have to be out at 11 am but the new place won;t be ready until 4 pm….terrific.