23 January 2013 8:05 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

This past week, I traveled to Utah to cover the Sundance Film Festival for Moviefone. This was my first trip to the annual event, and for the most part, things went very well. Granted, I did make one big mistake in not staying long enough, which means I missed several buzzed-about films, including "Lovelace," "A.C.O.D." "Fruitvale" and "Escape From Tomorrow." Nevertheless, I still got to see 14 movies in my four-and-a-half days in Park City. Most of them were great, others ... not so much. Below, I wrote a few words on each. ***** "The World According to Dick Cheney" Pulling off a neutral account of one of the most polarizing figures in American history is not an easy task, but director R. J. Cutler ("The September Issue") does it magnificently. Starting with Cheney's early beginnings, as a college dropout with two DUIs, to his falling out with President George W. Bush, »

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