Movie film, besides being lubricated for spooling rapidly through movie cameras, is designed by the creation of a color posityive transparency (that is, a film print). As such it has different contrast characteristics from color print film (some stocks, like the newer Vision SPFX films, are designed not for printing, but for scanning). It's up to you about whether you like it.

In normal use, color movie neg is treated like a pro film -- stored cool, etc. Short ends sold to labs are not treated that way -- in fact you never know, they may have been sitting in the back of a grip truck parked in Van Nuys sunshine for a couple of days before being sold to the lab that respooled it and sold it to you. Or not. But you don't know.