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.
Angelfish has a rocky start but ultimately develops into a genuinely sweet and compassionate film with excellent performances from Jimi Stanton and Princess Nokia.
Disappearance at Clifton Hill suffers from an incoherent and uninspired script even if it boasts great performances and stellar technical achievements.
Black Christmas ends up being a lump of coal with its poor screenplay and weak character development, even if it has some fun moments.
Greed's satirical and wacky script feels bizarre in the first act, but it improves later on and offers some humorous moments and an entertaining performance from Steve Coogan.
VFW's strengths lie in its unforgiving brutality and intense action sequences, but it does lack in its character and story department.
The Last Full Measure fumbles at telling a remarkably powerful story with its bland screenplay that often feels like style over substance.
The Gentlemen offers a bold and stylish story with fun performances, great twists and turns, and humor that works for the most part.