I understand that at some point the Sundance Film Festival was about smaller, more independent films getting a chance to be seen by big people who could decide to option the work and get it put out into the viewing world, giving filmmakers, screenwriters and actors a chance where they might not have otherwise gotten one. Now it just seems like a party for Hollywood royalty who want to play pretend that their movies are indies. For example, the Leslye Headland written and directed film BACHELORETTE (she's wearing the grey sweater in the pics below), boasts a cast including Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, Lizzy Caplan, James Marsden, Adam Scott and the obnoxious big-boned British chick from BRIDESMAIDS. Getting a chance to see Kirsten Dunst nearly plant a wet one on Lizzy is one thing. But these cutesy cast photos they take for the festival leave me tingly in a very confused way.
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