The Day He Arrives, a dramedy about a washed-up filmmaker wandering around Seoul and meeting up with old friends, is at 100 percent.
Marley, a documentary on the life and music of reggae’s greatest star, is at 96 percent.
Oki’s Movie, about a woman who documents climbing a mountain twice — each time with a different boyfriend — is at 86 percent.
Inside Hana’s Suitcase, a doc about the search for information regarding a mysterious suitcase delivered to the Tokyo Holocaust Museum, is at 73 percent.
Downtown Express, a drama about a Russian classical violinist whose life changes when he meets an attractive singer-songwriter, is at 71 percent.
To the Arctic, a doc that follows a family of polar bears through a changing environment, is at 67 percent.
The French import Goodbye First Love, a drama about a young woman still profoundly affected by a teenage romance, is at 65 percent.
Fightville, a doc about the world of minor league mixed martial arts, is at 50 percent.
The Moth Diaries, a horror film about a grieving young woman who suspects one of her classmates is a vampire, is at 20 percent.
Darling Companion, starring Diane Keaton and Kevin Kline in a dramedy about an aging couple who rekindle the spark in their relationship while caring for a rescued dog, is at 10 percent (check out director Lawrence Kasdan’s Five Favorite Films here).