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How To Blow Up A Pipeline

Studio: NEON
Director: Daniel Goldhaber

Apr 15, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

How To Blow Up A Pipeline is a sleek piece of filmmaking and feels modern in a way few films can be


Mafia Mamma

Studio: Bleecker Street
Director: Catherine Hardwicke

Apr 13, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

All these things are forgivable, though– the illogical premise, the by-the-numbers plotting, the workman-like photography, the wildly shifting tones– if the jokes are there, and the bottom line is that Mafia Mamma is simply not funny.



Studio: Crunchyroll
Director: Makoto Shinkai

Apr 11, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

While Suzume boasts beautiful visuals and many timely metaphors, clichéd storytelling and redundant moments hold it back from having a larger impact.



Studio: Film Constellation
Director: Saim Sadiq

Apr 09, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Joyland is a film bursting with energy, charisma, humor, and beauty



Studio: IFC Films
Director: Brit McAdams

Apr 04, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Owen Wilson’s introspective turn here reveals hard earned and admirable new hues from a performer once content to paint all his parts with the same fratty-slacker brush.


Enys Men

Studio: Neon
Director: Mark Jenkin

Mar 27, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

A surreal and macabre atmosphere in Enys Men cannot compensate for the film’s lack of engaging plot or characters.


The Plough

Studio: Wild Bunch International
Director: Phillipe Garrel

Mar 06, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

The Plough fails to make much of an impression without any real narrative tension.


Creed III

Studio: MGM
Michael B. Jordan

Feb 23, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

While Creed III does feel like a soap opera at too many points, it’s hard to look away from the drama as it unfolds.



Studio: Storyboard Media
Director: Neil Jordan

Feb 16, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Marlowe is great fun, and fans of the character, Neeson’s action roles, classic noir, and contemporary noir would be well-advised to check it out.