Coffee & Kareem is a failed attempt at paying homage to action comedies of the past with a familiar and drastically unfunny screenplay.
Incredibly boring and uninteresting, Downhill is a gigantic missed opportunity due to its bland screenplay, even if the two lead performances are strong.
There's Something in the Water greatly succeeds at being an important and deeply powerful documentary with plenty to say.
Quiet, impressively funny and dramatic, Emma is a period-piece done right, even if its story takes a little bit to get going.
Although its story can oftentimes feel predictable and familiar, Stargirl's cheery and uplifting style mixed with its terrific performances from Grace VanderWaal and Graham Verchere make it a delight to watch.
Lost Girls' storytelling may be a bit rocky at times, but its emotionally heartwrenching plot elements and terrific performances save the film from being forgettable.
The Postcard Killings offers a great cast that gives their all, but the story is too generic and uninteresting to make this thriller worth seeing.
The Hunt's comedic aspect may be a bit hit or miss, but when it comes to the intense, hard-hitting action and thrills, it delivers in spades.