Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a hugely enjoyable and genuinely funny children's film with memorable performances from Zachary Gordon and Robert Capron.
Hamilton is a powerhouse of a Broadway musical thanks to its incredibly catchy, well-written songs and its hugely talented and lively cast.
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga has a sense of humor that's too childish and stale, with a story that plays out too familiar to be a welcomed addition to the biopic parody subgenre.
Irresistible's satirical storyline often feels a bit underdeveloped, but it's saved by the wonderfully funny jokes and comedic timing of Steve Carell.
Dave Bautista tries his best in My Spy - a poorly written action-comedy that simply doesn't have enough good humor up its sleeve or a good story to go along with it.
Ouija: Blood Ritual is an uneventful and massively unscary found-footage style horror film with a recycled story and weak acting.
You Should Have Left is a boring and convoluted mess due to its bland and uneventful screenplay that wastes its strong cast and ultimately leads nowhere.
Sabrina Carpenter is excellent in The Short History of the Long Road - a captivating coming-of-age tale unlike anything you'll ever see.