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Studio: Charades
Director: Charlotte Regan

Feb 01, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

While many of Scrapper’s successes are attributable to its dynamic screenplay, the performances truly make the film.



Studio: Topic Studios
Director: Randall Park

Jan 31, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Randall Park’s Shortcomings is a humorous yet not fully developed story about a man constantly failing to realize that he’s the worst person in the world.



Studio: Tunnel Post
Director: Justin Chon

Jan 30, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Jamojaya has the tools to resonate in a much more striking fashion, but needs a longer runtime or a larger focus on a single narrative to make that happen.


Sometimes I Think About Dying

Studio: CAA
Director: Rachel Lambert

Jan 28, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Sometimes I Think About Dying is a heartwarming yet somewhat clichéd look at a lonely person learning to open up to those around them.



Studio: UTA
Director: Noora Niasari

Jan 27, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Shayda is a heart-wrenching, if not somewhat familiar, tale about a woman trying to escape abuse and create a better life for herself and her child.


Infinity Pool

Studio: Neon
Director: Brandon Cronenberg

Jan 26, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

If the narrative was just as tight as the film’s style, Infinity Pool could have achieved much more in its two-hour running time.


Squaring the Circle (The Story of Hipgnosis)

Studio: Brigade
Anton Corbijn

Jan 25, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

The beauty of Corbijn’s film is that anyone–even those who know The Dark Side of the Moon’s cover and nothing more–can find things to enjoy and love in Hipgnosis’ story.


Magazine Dreams

Studio: Los Angeles Media Fund
Elijah Bynum

Jan 24, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Magazine Dreams is a mostly paper-thin look at the dangers of toxic masculinity.


Alice, Darling

Studio: Lionsgate Films
Mary Nighy

Jan 22, 2023 Cinema Web Exclusive

Alice, Darling is undoubtedly difficult thematic terrain to navigate, but Nighy and her cast all acquit themselves admirably.