Sundance is cold. But I can’t complain — a day spent in the theater is better than a day chained to a desk, or in my case five days in the theater. I have 20 movies in 5 days, and I’m seeing just about every genre imaginable: horror (Kevin Smith’s Red State), comedy (My Idiot Brother, starring Paul Rudd and Elizabeth Banks), documentaries, and of course it wouldn’t be Sundance without the great indie dramas. I’ll try to keep my reviews “Rich” free (that’s the Blockbuster office version of the guy who always gives away the ending). But, just so you know, Project Nim is not a sequel to Matthew Broderick’s great monkey escape film Project X.