Critics Consensus: How to Train Your Dragon 2 is Certified Fresh
Plus, 22 Jump Street is also Certified Fresh.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Agnieszka Holland's Burning Bush, a drama about the fallout from a brave protest of the Soviet occupation of Prague in 1969, is at 100 percent.
- Policeman, a drama about the leader of an Israeli counterterrorism unit who's tasked with stopping a group of armed revolutionaries, is at 82 percent.
- Witching and Bitching, a horror comedy about a desperate criminal gang that runs afoul with a coven of witches, is at 80 percent.
- Ivory Tower, a documentary about the high cost of college tuition, is at 77 percent.
- A Coffee in Berlin, a dramedy about an aimless man who meets a series of interesting people, is at 73 percent.
- Violette, a biopic about celebrated French novelist Violette Leduc, is at 69 percent.
- The Rover, starring Robert Pattinson and Guy Pearce in a thriller about two men trying to survive in post-apocalyptic Australia, is at 68 percent.
- Heli, a thriller about a family that gets caught up in the Mexican drug war, is at 56 percent.
- I Am I, a drama about a woman who tracks down her estranged father only to discover he suffers from memory loss, is at 50 percent.
- Hellion, starring Aaron Paul and Juliette Lewis in a drama about a troubled 13-year-old reeling from the death of his mother, is at 50 percent.
- All Cheerleaders Die, a horror comedy about a teenager who plans revenge on the pep squad, is at 48 percent.
- The Signal, starring Laurence Fishburne and Brenton Thwaites in a sci-fi thriller about a group of hackers who stumble upon a top secret desert facility that may house extraterrestrial life, is at 47 percent.
- Lullaby, starring Richard Jenkins and Amy Adams in a drama about a man who reconnects with his terminally ill father, is at 38 percent.