Critics Consensus: That Awkward Moment When Your Movie is Rotten
Plus, Labor Day can't rise above its unbelievable premise.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- 12 O'clock Boys, a documentary about a group of teenage dirt bikers in Baltimore, is at 95 percent.
- Tim's Vermeer, a documentary by Teller about a Texas inventor researching the process behind the great Dutch painter's works, is Certified Fresh at 94 percent.
- Charlie Victor Romeo, a documentary about airline pilots dealing with in-flight emergencies, is at 85 percent.
- Love Is In The Air, starring Ludivine Sagnier in a romantic dramedy about a pair of exes seated next to each other on a trans-Atlantic flight, is at 83 percent.
- At Middleton, starring Andy Garcia and Vera Farmiga in a romantic comedy about two parents of prospective college students who bond on a campus tour, is at 56 percent.
- The Wait, starring ChloŽ Sevigny and Jena Malone in a drama about a pair of sisters who hope to resurrect their recently deceased mother, is at 29 percent.
- May I Kill U?, a black comedy about a mild-mannered bike cop who becomes a vigilante after a head injury, is at 15 percent.
- Brightest Star, a drama about a young man who attempts to change himself in order to win the girl of his dreams, is at 14 percent.
- Best Night Ever, a comedy from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer about a group of bachelorettes' wild Vegas excursion, is at zero percent.
Finally, props to Chris Frost for coming the closest to guessing I, Frankenstein's six percent Tomatometer.