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Asteroid City

Studio: Focus Features
Director: Wes Anderson

Jun 29, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

As every component of Anderson’s films become more and more distilled, as he gets better at the very specific thing he does, his films feel more and more alien within the landscape of cinema — at least to those yet uninitiated to his films.


Maggie Moore(s)

Studio: Screen Media
John Slattery

Jun 12, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Despite its stellar cast, Maggie Moore(s) is unfortunately as bland as Hamm’s brown small town police uniform


Blue Jean

Studio: Magnolia Pictures / Altitude Films
Director: Georgia Oakley

Jun 09, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Georgia Oakley’s Blue Jean is a complex look at gay life in late 1980s Britain, specifically under the conservative tide caused by Margaret Thatcher’s homophobic policies.



Studio: Neon
Director: Zachary Wigon

May 21, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

In addition to being entertaining, absorbing, and thought-provoking, Sanctuary is also rather audacious.


The Master Gardener

Studio: Magnolia Pictures
Director: Paul Schrader

May 19, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Master Gardener is more than worth watching thanks to its engrossingly subdued plot and goosebump inducing performances.



Studio: Elevation Pictures
Director: Matt Johnson

May 03, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

However short-sighted and questionable some of the conduct portrayed in BlackBerry can be, this is a dramedy that makes for a solidly entertaining two hours’ viewing.


Somewhere in Queens

Studio: Roadside Flix
Director: Ray Romano

Apr 29, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Somewhere in Queens turns out to be a cliché-evading, deftly-written, sincerely heartwarming winner.


Polite Society

Studio: Focus Features
Director: Nida Manzoor

Apr 24, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Polite Society blends many genres, borrowing specific elements and clichés from each of them, and what results is a film that is all over the place, for better and worse.


32 Sounds

Studio: Abramorama
Director: Sam Green

Apr 24, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sam Green’s 32 Sounds is a 97-minute odyssey through the world of sound, capturing how this dimension envelops, influences and moves human beings.