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.
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.
Despite being a horror movie which had no marketing, and seems cheesy, Haunting on Fraternity Row is surprisingly good.
In a strange twist, Rogen ups his game to what you’d expect from Theron, and while he maintains his comedic style, he also veers towards being a more serious actor.
Amy Poehler takes a page out of Adam Sandler’s book and has a vacation with her SNL friends, paid for by someone else and made just for her audience.