25 Must-See Movies at Sundance 2015

From hot docs to hilarious cringe-comedies, the festival films to keep an eye out for

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'The D Train'
Hilary Bronwyn Gayle21/25

'The D Train'

As the man responsible for organizing his 20-year high school reunion, sad-sack Dan Landesman (viva Jack Black!) just wants the respect and admiration of his peers. What better way to win everybody over than convincing the most popular guy in school (James Mardsen) to show up — even if that means lying, cheating, stealing and alienating loved ones? We love it when Black does cringe-comedy, and Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul's warped tale seems like an opportunity for the star to go completely HAM in that direction. We will ride that train, people!

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