Defending Jacob is one of the best television shows in years. It's remarkably gripping, full of clever twists and turns, and has absolutely amazing character work on display.
The Lovebirds may be a little bit forgettable and formulaic but its great sense of humor and wonderful performances from Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae make it worth watching.
Between Two Ferns: The Movie isn't a gamechanger for comedy by any means, but it still has enough fun and games up its sleeve to make it an enjoyable watch.
The Trip To Greece sends the series off on a high note with more fun comedic banter between Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, even if it is slowly-paced.
Hateship Loveship contains a truly terrific performance from Kristen Wiig and has great camerawork, but it's too poorly paced to get invested in the story.
Lucky Grandma suffers from some pacing issues but nevertheless tells a gripping and compelling story further boosted by the talent of lead star Tsai Chin.
The Keeping Room is oftentimes too slowly-paced but is nevertheless a greatly intense and well-acted period drama directed excellently by Daniel Barber.
Barely Lethal is an over-the-top, ridiculously corny spy coming-of-age film, but in all the best ways. It's extremely baffling and weird, but it's oh so good.