If anything the ones with mixed or negative reviews are more interesting because I have to assume they were at least trying something different that makes them stand out from the endless mass of acceptably decent records.
It sort of makes sense though because I'm pretty sure it's a lot easier to make a listenable album than to make a watchable movie. With music so long as you stay within certain guidelines you can end up with something that's going to register to your ears as at least listenable.
With films though it's more of a balancing act. One bad performance or plot point that doesn't work can ruin the whole thing.