Clementine, with its score and sometimes eerie characters strings you along to what might be an unsatisfying finish.
Three Robots is a quirky short which ends just before it could perhaps go left and overstay its welcome.
Madea’s final bow may be a slight disappointment, but the laughs will remind you of why you fell in love with the character.
In Woodstock Or Bust, you get a film which teeters from being carefree, sometimes juvenile, to tapping into the darkness of the Northwest in 1969.
While it has a bit of a rough patch an hour in, for the most part, Adolescence is a touching drama with a good amount of heart.
Over time, you think you build up a tolerance for messed up movies and yet The Perfection will still likely leaving your mouth gaping open.