The Changeover is a simple, slightly grim tale which may lack flair, but does leave you wanting more.
Alone/Together is a bit forgettable, but makes for a breezy watch, as most Philippines based romances do.
Isn’t It Romantic is not only comical but finds an appropriate way to address what it is like to be a woman who is plus sized without making her the joke.
Alita: Battle Angel may have stunning action and special effects, but it’s mostly for naught since the emotional element is very hit and miss.
Happy Death Day 2U may feel like an unnecessary sequel, but it is nevertheless a fun time.
Untogether avoids the sisterhood you’d want to see develop for them to deal with their older boyfriends, and possibly their daddy issues.
The Prodigy barely meets the expectation of at least having quality jump scares, leaving you feeling disappointed in a multitude of ways.
While I Want To Eat Your Pancreas is a bit heavy-handed about its lead character's death, at first, it’ll still find a way to leave you in tears.
The Unicorn, in many ways, is like your first time. Awkward, slightly comical, but unlike many people’s first times, it lasts a bit too long.