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Do you suffer from serious FOMO during Sundance? Many of the biggest movies of the year make their debut at the film festival, and hearing all the buzz can make any movie lover anxious. Well, the bad news is that most Sundance selections won't immediately be available to the rest of us. The good news, though, is that many are set for theatrical distribution soon enough. Below is a guide to what to look forward to in the coming months and what the critics are saying about these new movies of note -- check the Rotten Tomatoes Sundance 2019 Scorecard regularly for a ranking of all the movies being reviewed at the fest.    Blinded By the Light Distributor: New Line/Warner Bros. The Price: $15 million The Nutshell: A Pakistani boy in 1980s England discovers...
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