Jimmy’s Hall

Studio: Sony Pictures Classics
Directed by Ken Loach

Jul 03, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Jimmy’s Hall joins Swing Kids and Desert Dancer in a sort of subgenre of politically-charged dance movies. More

A Murder in the Park

Studio: Sundance Selects
Directed by Shawn Rech and Brandon Kimber

Jul 02, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

A Murder in the Park argues that a journalism professor’s sense of activism—as an opponent of the death penalty—freed a murderer from prison while an innocent man paid for his crime. More

Magic Mike XXL

Studio: Warner Bros.
Directed by Gregory Jacobs

Jun 30, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Magic Mike XXL made me want to be a male stripper. More

Walking on Sunshine

Studio: eOne
Directed by Max Giwa and Dania Pasquini

Jun 30, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

This musical takes a perfectly adequate, if predictable, storyline and milks it for all it’s worth using a bunch of pop songs from the ‘80s. More

3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets

Studio: Participant Media
Directed by Marc Silver

Jun 29, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

A white, middle-aged man opened fire on four armed teenagers, an event that is the subject of Marc Silver’s latest documentary 3 ½ Minutes, Ten Bullets. More

What Happened, Miss Simone?

Studio: Netflix
Directed by Liz Garbus

Jun 26, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Garbus’ revealing documentary not only tracks the musician’s life and rise to stardom, but pulls into focus many of the sad reasons behind Nina Simone’s retreat from the public eye. More

7 Minutes

Studio: Starz
Directed by Jay Martin

Jun 25, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

7 Minutes taps into post-Tarantino comi-crime clichés, but updates them with an awful, modern, bro-y vibe. More


Studio: Broad Green Pictures
Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve

Jun 24, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

In her latest film, Eden, a retelling of her brother Sven’s experiences as a popular DJ in Paris’ 80s and 90s EDM scene, director Mia Hansen-Løve gracefully avoids glamorization. More


Studio: The Orchard
Directed by Patrick Brice

Jun 23, 2015 Cinema Web Exclusive

Although Creep is not the first mumblecore horror film, it might be the most indebted to the mumblecore aesthetic. More