Musts and Misses: What to see (and skip) this week

Creed III, Daisy Jones & the Six, and Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre offer a diverse range of entertainment. In Creed III, Michael B. Jordan not only stars as Adonis Creed but also makes his directorial debut, crafting a film that focuses on family, loyalty, and the complexities of boxing. The absence of Sylvester Stallone adds a new dynamic, with Jordan delivering a performance that is both tender and ferocious.

Meanwhile, Daisy Jones & the Six, based on Taylor Jenkins Reid’s novel, follows the rise and fall of a fictional rock band in a classic-rock soap opera style. Riley Keough shines as the bold and self-destructive Daisy Jones, while Sam Claflin portrays the pained yet determined Billy Dunne. Despite some awkward formatting choices, the series captures the essence of the ’70s Los Angeles music scene with charm and nostalgia.

On the other end of the spectrum, Guy Ritchie’s Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre is a standard yet entertaining crime caper. Jason Statham leads the cast as Orson Fortune, a skilled operative tasked with stopping a group of criminals from obtaining world-ending technology. The film is full of Ritchie’s signature style, with exotic locales, witty banter, and plenty of action.

Overall, these three offerings provide a variety of experiences for audiences, from the emotional depth of Creed III to the nostalgic charm of Daisy Jones & the Six and the adrenaline-fueled excitement of Operation Fortune.

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