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Sundance 2010: Locals Best Bets for Monday



The Salt Lake City schedule isn't rife with rave-worthy material tonight. But some choices are better than others. ---

Casino Jack and the United States of Money may drag on too long and try to cram in too much in its study of lobbyist/greedy bastard Jack Abramoff, but it's bound to be fascinating to viewers of a certain political temperament. And our contributor Jeremy Mathews gives a thumbs-up to Jack Goes Boating, the directing debut of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman. Try one out, and let us know if we steered you right or wrong.