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The cast of tweens have excellent chemistry and Good Boys understands how to best utilize it in order to compensate for some weak shock humor and comedy cliches.
While far from Tarantino's best film, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood delivers a sharp script and excellent characters even if Margot Robbie's Sharon Tate has a disappointing lack of involvement.
Midsommar proves that Ari Aster has master control over horror, exploring themes of family and romance through a series of increasingly disturbing scenes.
Aladdin, fortunately, is able to give Will Smith's Genie ample screen time to compensate for some shaky CGI and mediocre writing.
A dated, but a whimsical exploration of childhood imagination that overcomes a predictable plot structure through the legitimacy of its characters.