Critics Consensus: Think Like a Man Too Craps Out
Plus, Jersey Boys sings a pleasant but familiar tune.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Norte, the End of History, an epic drama about a man who receives a life sentence for a crime he didn't commit, is at 100 percent.
- A Summer's Tale, Eric Rohmer's 1996 romantic dramedy about a love triangle in a beachside French town, is at 95 percent.
- Roman Polanski's Venus in Fur, a dramedy about a theater director who gets more than he bargained for from an auditioning actress, is at 93 percent.
- Code Black, a documentary about the doctors in one of America's busiest emergency rooms, is at 91 percent.
- Exhibition, a drama about married artists whose relationship is coming apart as they discuss the sale of their modernist home, is at 88 percent.
- Coherence, a sci-fi drama about a group of friends who gather for a dinner party just as a passing comet wreaks havoc on the power grid, is at 85 percent.
- The Last Sentence, a World War II-era drama about an outspoken Swedish journalist challenging his country's lackadaisical attitude toward tyranny, is at 71 percent.
- Fonzy, a comedy about a sperm donor who discovers he's the father of a shocking number of children, is at 60 percent.
- Miss Lovely, a period drama about a pair of Bollywood producers known for their lurid subject matter, is at 44 percent.
- Paul Haggis' Third Person, starring Mila Kunis and Liam Neeson in a multistranded drama about three couples in the midst of relationship woes, is at 34 percent.
- The Moment, starring Jennifer Jason Leigh in a thriller about a photojournalist who reunites with her estranged daughter when her boyfriend goes missing, is at 17 percent.