I think the one with all the girls with the skull emerging with the hour glass is saying to the women they best get their coffees. The soap opera Days of Our Lives is on.
I like the quick movement you are showing with your exploration of subjects and compositions and so forth. You don't have to finish them all if you don't want
But as a compositional exercise you might also try just quickly and loosely and tonally blocking in the picture with all the values in place. No worries about details, and it will give you lots of experience quickly in terms or arranging your canvas. No worries about expressions and perfection. And see how much story you can tell without anything else and how surprisingly complete it can look with only that. It's a good exercise, and may direct your compositional awareness to the essence of each painting, especially since you seem to be into the kind of image that is broad and staged and could be read from a distance that were done before cinematography and close ups.
Cool stuff. Keep going! I think many of these show a lot of new awareness to detail.
"Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream