Is it just me, or has this March been sorely lacking in mainstream movie releases and seen foreign films, documentaries, Web series, streaming series, and cable series move in on the viewing field like gangbusters? Every time I surf the IMDB a new series is starting, and it looks half-good. Two documentaries have gotten raves: The Hunting Ground by Kirbie Dick and Going Clear by Alex Gibney. They are topical: rape on college campuses which many have heard about so the film must provide insight with its boldness, and the latter on Scientology and based on the 2009 Pulitzer-prize-winning book. Otherwise, the distribution field, again, appears wide open, and consumer choices deciding the fate of many. Let's hope the summer blockbusters seize a few eyeballs. The new Mission Impossible with Tom Cruise looks deftly paced and handled in the hands of Christopher McQuarrie. The backers sure hope so, and it's not that risky, so maybe risk-averse is the way to go with so many choices.