Critics Consensus: Priest is Without a Prayer
Plus, Bridesmaids is Certified Fresh.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- City of Life and Death, a period drama about the Japanese massacre of Chinese citizens in Nanking in 1937, is at 91 percent.
- Cameraman: The Life And Work Of Jack Cardiff, a documentary about the legendary and influential cinematographer, is at 91 percent.
- The Topp Twins: Untouchable Girls, a documentary portrait of the musical comedy duo who are also gay rights activists, is at 88 percent.
- Yves Saint Laurent - L'amour fou, a documentary about the famously private fashion icon, is at 78 percent.
- Everything Must Go, starring Will Ferrell and Rebecca Hall in a dramedy about a car salesman whose life is on the rocks, is Certified Fresh at 76 percent.
- True Legend, a martial arts film about a man who learns a previously unknown move to defeat his vengeful brother, is at 69 percent.
- How to Live Forever, a doc about the possibility of eternal life that includes testimonials from a number of spry nonagenarians, is at 60 percent.
- Hesher, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Natalie Portman in a drama about a metalhead who squats in the house of a grieving man, is at 53 percent.
- Skateland, an indie coming-of-age drama about a group of friends facing adulthood in 1980s small-town Texas, is at 50 percent.
- The First Grader, a drama about an elderly Kenyan man who yearns to get the formal schooling he always lacked, is at 47 percent.
- The High Cost of Living, starring Zach Braff in a drama about a woman who forges a connection with her hit-and-run assailant, is at 38 percent.
- The Big Bang, starring Antonio Banderas and James Van Der Beek in a mystery about a private eye on the trail of a missing woman and a stash of diamonds, is at zero percent.