There are some movies for younger audiences that show up to change the game, and Minuscule: Valley of the Lost Ants is one of them. The fear is that too many will pass it up because they believe kids won't "do" a silent film, but that would be a mistake. They'll love it.
Hail, Caesar! is one of the Coen efforts that is far more for them than any audience. It's rambling and meaningless, without narrative focus, and they've built such a name for themselves that actors are shoving each other out of the way to get on board.