It'd be hard to screw these things up. Reese's Pieces are the perfect snack to inhale while sitting in a movie theater. Plus, they're easy to sneak in and won't melt in your pants, unless you're the Human Torch. And if you're the Human Torch... you can definitely borrow $3.75 from Reed Richards to just buy your candy at the theater, but you're probably not seeing a movie in a normal theater, anyway.
While Reese's Peanut Butter Cups get awfully melty, on the other hand (literally), they're possibly the best thing you can ever put in a freezer... until you discover vodka.
Even so, biting into the new super-cups is mostly the same as a regular peanut butter cup -- with a few new wrinkles, if wrinkles denoted more peanut butter. Whereas the regular cups mostly strike a balance between chocolate and peanut butter, the added girth in the new cups means nearly the same surface area of chocolate, but a much greater volume of PB. That's a good thing.
Additionally, the little Reese's pieces stuffed inside come at the right frequency, adding both the candy-coating flavoring and a welcomed crunch; not quite Kit Kat-level krunch, but a little extra something that announces, "Hey, I'm not like those other Peanut Butter Cups you've been with your whole life!"