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.
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.
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.
Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld deliver strong performances in Term Life, an otherwise tragically generic crime-drama filled with endless amounts of exposition.
Dickinson's first season is a mesmerizing, emotionally powerful, and brilliantly told story that boasts incredible performances, and touching character beats.