There's no easy way to say it, but it's the truth, so it should be said: the biopic is probably the weakest of all the broad film genres. Sometimes, films about real-life people - particularly the incredibly famous ones - play things safe while recycling tropes and plot beats that are regrettably familiar. Couple the formula with the fact that there's sometimes predictability when it comes to how a true-life story will play out, and the average biopic might well end up a little less interesting than say the average thriller, for example.