"Midsommar" uses creative methods to evoke its scares where instead of using traditional horror tropes of sudden scares, it utilizes a slow moving pace to have its tension and suspense gently build up into emotionally engaging horror.
"No Time to Die" brings Daniel Craig's time in the role of James Bond to a satisfying conclusion. The action sequences are engaging thanks to its cleverly used cinematography and slick pacing. However, what makes this conclusion satisfying is its engaging storyline that reaches its heaviest emotional impact in the final act.
"Venom: Let There Be Carnage" is an improvement over the previous Venom film due to more a focused tone and narrative, which chooses to embrace a bizarre and silly premise that manages to work courtesy of its fun action sequences and energetic performances.
"Wonder Woman 1984" goes through the typical sequel slump where it tries to put more into the content of the film to the point where there are too many plot features, but the action sequences are still thrilling and Gal Gadot is still impressive in the role of Wonder Woman.