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Dark Phoenix ends the Fox X-men franchise on a whimper, putting some great actors to work on a terrible story filled with events happening out of nowhere and confused direction from a once-great screenwriter.
It: Chapter Two has an amazing cast and pulled out a spectacular performance from Bill Hader and Bill Skarsgard, both of which power through the dragged out middle part and the somewhat anticlimactic ending, never reaching the levels of Chapter One in terms of scares or story and characters.
It's got some good performances and a small amount of firepower for action, other than that, Bad Times At The El Royale is never interesting or compelling enough despite having a great cast and writer.
Blinded By The Light presented a good story on the screen, but the execution inside the story is so cliched and ridiculous that even the inspirational story could not save its quality.
Simple, heartwarming, and expertly paced, The Peanut Butter Falcon is the feelgood story that is never boring and never seemed formulaic, thanks to the two outstanding lead performances from Shia LaBeouf and Zack Gottsagen.