Critics Consensus: Need for Speed is Busted
Plus, The Single Moms Club wasn't screened for critics -- guess the Tomatometer!
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Big Men, a documentary about an American company's effort to drill for oil off the coast of Ghana, is at 100 percent.
- Le Week-End, starring Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan in a drama about a feuding married couple who spend an eventful weekend in Paris, is Certified Fresh at 98 percent.
- Patrick: Evil Awakens, starring Charles Dance and Rachel Griffiths in a horror film about a nurse who is terrorized by a telekinetic patient, is at 86 percent.
- Teenage, a documentary about the history of youth culture, is at 83 percent.
- On My Way, starring Catherine Deneuve in a dramedy about a woman who ditches her stressful life for an impulsive road trip, is at 83 percent.
- Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Mélanie Laurent in a thriller about a history professor who meets his doppelganger, is at 79 percent (check out Gyllenhaal's Five Favorite Films here).
- Bad Words, directed by and starring Jason Bateman as a 40-something who enters a series of middle school spelling bees in order to settle an old score, is at 74 percent.
- Exposed, a documentary about a new generation of burlesque performers, is at 73 percent.
- Veronica Mars, starring Kristen Bell as the amateur gumshoe who returns to her hometown to solve the murder of a friend, is at 70 percent (check out our video interview with the stars here).
- U Want Me 2 Kill Him?, a thriller based on the real life case of a teenager who stabbed his close friend, is at 57 percent.
- The Cold Lands, starring Lili Taylor in a drama about a young boy who hides in the woods after his mother dies, is at 50 percent.
- The Art of the Steal, starring Kurt Russell and Matt Dillon in a caper comedy about a complex art heist that goes awry, is at 48 percent.
- Better Living Through Chemistry, starring Sam Rockwell and Michelle Monaghan in a comedy about a small-town pharmacist caught in a love triangle, is at 29 percent.
- Dark House, a horror film about a young man with telekinetic powers who inherits a mysterious dwelling, is at 20 percent.
- Shirin In Love, a romantic comedy about an unhappily engaged woman who falls for an eccentric young man, is at 20 percent.
- The Right Kind of Wrong, a comedy about a sad sack who falls for a married woman twice his age, is at 15 percent.