There are quite a few new movies entering theaters this weekend, so it can be hard to predict which one deserves your money. Ignoring ones that have been in the cinema for a while, like "Dunkirk" and "Girls Trip", this article will take a look at a few options debuting this weekend.

'Annabelle: Creation'

The first "Annabelle" was terrible, no two ways about it. It was an obvious cash-in that attempted to lure fans of the "The Conjuring" into theaters who wanted a similar experience. What they ended up receiving was a watered down and scare free horror-movie that was poorly acted.

"Annabelle: Creation" is an improvement in every way and a decent enough time waster. The jump in quality is nowhere near as impressive as seen in the "Ouija" franchise, but this is a smarter and creepier horror movie than the first. Rather than going for cheap jump scares, "Annabelle: Creation" focuses on creating a tense and uncomfortable atmosphere, which it manages to hold until the end.

'The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature'

Like "Annabelle", the first "The Nut Job" was also a terrible movie and not worth anyone's time. Unlike the previous entry, "The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature" is not an improvement in any shape or form. This still feels like a direct to DVD project that somehow got released in theaters.

It is a better option than "The Emoji Movie" but there are much better children movies in cinemas.

'The Glass Castle'

Sometimes it takes more than a fantastic cast to make a great movie. "The Glass Castle" is filled with recognizable faces who are giving it their all; unfortunately, they are stuck in a sentimental mess of a movie that lacks the grit and determination to give this harrowing story its due.

The plot is about a family, specifically a mother and father, who jump from house to house as they are on the run from debtors and do not want to work. These are by no means good parents and are willing to put their children in harm's way just so they can live life their way, but "The Glass Castle" is too scared to portray them as dangerous.

Instead, it tries to be uplifting and inspirational and ends up falling flat on its face.

'Ingrid Goes West'

Finally, we are getting to the genuinely good movies. "Ingrid Goes West" is an indie project about an Instagram stalker who decides to go to LA to try and get in with the focus of her obsession. Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen are both fantastic, with the former delivering a truly unhinged and funny performance.

"Ingrid Goes West" is not going to be for everyone but those looking for a quirky black comedy should look no further.

'Good Time'

"Good Time" will go down as exhibit A that Robert Pattison is actually a fantastic actor. A pitch black dark comedy about a bumbling idiot and the heist he tries to pull off, "Good Time" is unsettling and visually stunning.