Critics Consensus: Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters Not Screened -- Guess the Tomatometer!
Plus, Parker is low-energy, and Movie 43 also goes unscreened for critics.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Supporting Characters, a comedy about a pair of film editors who have a series of misadventures while trying to salvage an indie movie, is at 100 percent.
- Yossi, a drama about a closeted doctor who finds love with a young man he meets on vacation, is at 94 percent.
- Himizu, a drama about a teenager whose life is upended by the Fukushima nuclear disaster, is at 92 percent.
- Our School, a documentary about three Roma children integrating into a Romanian public school, is at 89 percent.
- Werner Herzog's Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, a documentary about life in a village in Siberia, is at 82 percent.
- The Pirogue, a drama about a Senegalese fisherman who helps a group of desperate people emigrate to Spain in search of work, is at 80 percent.
- Guilty Of Romance, a thriller about a housewife who discovers more than she bargained for when she turns tricks in her spare time, is at 64 percent.
- Nana, a drama about a four-year-old girl who occupies herself in solitude on her family's farm, is at 60 percent.
- John Dies at the End, a sci-fi/horror/comedy about a new drug that makes its users targets of an extraterrestrial invasion, is at 54 percent.
- Knife Fight, starring Rob Lowe as a political strategist who begins to question his spin-doctoring ways, is at 25 percent.
- The Taste of Money, a drama about a successful but dysfunctional family whose world is upended when the patriarch has an affair with the maid, is at 20 percent.