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"Drive-Away Dolls" is slight but a zippy, bawdy, and silly goof

"Ordinary Angels" should be mawkish but it's sincere and persuasively acted

"Players" is a snappy hook-up comedy that's hard to hate

"Fitting In" is a teen sex comedy with a fresh angle

"Suncoast" is a familiar coming-of-ager with personal touches

"Lisa Frankenstein" is a goofy, sweet, often inspired rom-horror-com

"Departing Seniors" makes for a solid, likable slasher with a "Dead Zone" twist

"Argylle" is an outlandishly fun mixed bag of too many plot reveals and inspired set-pieces

"Scrambled" is a funny, warm, insightful slice of life about egg-freezing

Jenna Ortega beguiles but "Miller's Girl" is full of tedious, flowery self-importance