3+ stars are movies I'd willingly rewatch again.
Why does Robert Eggers pretend like the audience needed that final scene? It's like he's saying:
"I know what I'm doing and you know too! *WINK* *WINK*"
Every Eggers film so far has been the 'what story am I adapting into a non-essential horror film' guessing game trying to obscure the answer throughout the runtime, until the end where he gives you the answer with a big smile like he's done something special. No, you just hecking admitted you're not creative in the thematic sense at all. You just rip themes from already existing stories and put them in a different context.