After.Life: Not sure what the logic is for that weird title punctuation, like "afterlife" is a gmail account that was already taken. Also not sure what Christina Ricci and Liam Neeson are doing in this claptrap, which is slickly made but utterly formulaic and totally nonsensical.
La Mission: Peter Bratt's portrait of San Francisco's Latino community is heartfelt and genuine, if prone to some cliches and amateur errors. But it's vividly drawn, and the leading performance by Peter's brother, Benjamin Bratt, is outstanding.
Who Do You Love: Some good scenes, some great music. But did the world really need two Leonard Chess biopics?