We are the Best! is so clever that it often seems not to be saying anything at all, and the stars all deserve more attention and applause than there is any hope of them getting. There is no movie hitting theaters this summer that I recommend more.
The Voices will test your watching ability, and certainly your rating criteria. The question to ask is perhaps how well a film manages to become exactly what it was setting out to be. If that's where you're coming from, I find it hard to argue that it isn't perfect.
The horror genre has always been overflowing with analogy and representation, whether the monster du jour is a stand in for societal fears or simply the ghosts...
You couldn't shoot out of the gates any better, and The Longest Week is going to make life a lot easier for writer/director Peter Glanz, but that may be a "perfect world" statement. It's a film that is overflowing with talent and style, but it is equally lacking in that which draws large crowds to theaters.