The Guest, starring Dan Stevens in a sci-fi thriller about a recently discharged soldier who moves in with the family of an old Army buddy and proceeds to turn their worlds upside down, is Certified Fresh at 93 percent (check out our video interview with Stevens here).
Art and Craft, a documentary about a man who donates his expertly forged artworks to museums around the country, is at 87 percent.
Swim Little Fish Swim, a dramedy about a struggling couple whose relationship is further tested when a younger artist movies into their apartment, is at 80 percent.
Stop The Pounding Heart, a drama about a teenager from a devout family who starts to question her upbringing when she meets a young bull rider, is at 78 percent.
Pump, a documentary that argues against our collective reliance on gas-powered cars, is at 40 percent.
The Scribbler, a mystery film about a woman suffering from mental illness whose “cure” has a strange effect on the other people in her apartment complex, is at 40 percent.
Life’s a Breeze, a dramedy about a blue collar Irish family that mistakenly misplaces a fortune, is at 20 percent.
Finally, props to Andrew LaPlant for coming the closest to guessing No Good Deed‘s 11 percent Tomatometer.