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1
One of the biggest success stories in Sundance history is video store clerk Quentin Tarantino making good with this riff-tastic, bloody hit.
Current Score:
74
Total Votes:
126
2
This heartfelt comedic drama went on to earn over $100 million at the box office, and turned Abigail Breslin into an unlikely movie star.
Current Score:
73
Total Votes:
153
3
Bryan Singer's mind-trip crime caper captured Sundance imaginations with one of the best ending twists of all time.
Current Score:
72
Total Votes:
132
4
A gripping brainteaser, this flick heralded the arrival of Christopher Nolan, who would later go on to make The Dark Knight.
Current Score:
53
Total Votes:
119
5
Kevin Smith's micro-budget comedy not only launched his career, but scores of talky imitators unable to capture Smith's lightning in a bottle.
Current Score:
40
Total Votes:
110
6
Zach Braff's ode to lonely hipsters perfectly captured the zeitgeist of a filmic era - magical soul-healing pixie girls and all.
Current Score:
10
Total Votes:
100
7
This romantic comedy Hugh Grant's charms to America, and made him and writer/director Richard Curtis into stars overnight.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
93
8
Lee Daniels' inner-city drama won the Grand Jury Prize, and picked up noms in nearly every other awards race that followed.
Current Score:
0
Total Votes:
96
9
James Wans' graphic horror indie went on to launch a torture-porn empire and inspire dozens of copycat movies.
Current Score:
-6
Total Votes:
110
10
This faux-documentary first created buzz at Sundance, before building to a fever pitch and becoming one of the highest grossing horror movies ever.
Current Score:
-8
Total Votes:
110