Critics Consensus: Rush and Don Jon Certified Fresh
Plus, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is silly fun, and Baggage Claim isn't worth the trip.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- On the Job, a thriller about a pair of prison inmates who are enlisted to commit contract killings in exchange for reduced sentences, is at 100 percent.
- Muscle Shoals, a rockumentary about the legendary Alabama recording studio, is at 100 percent.
- Inequality For All, a documentary about the gap in income between the rich and poor, is at 96 percent.
- Metallica Through the Never, starring Dane DeHaan in a thriller about a young roadie who encounters a variety of strange situations and people while on a mission for the band, is at 90 percent.
- We Are What We Are, a horror film about a family with a controlling patriarch and a dark secret, is at 88 percent.
- Shepard & Dark, a doc about the friendship between playwright Sam Shepard and bohemian Johnny Dark, is at 71 percent.
- Out in the Dark, a drama about a love affair between a Palestinian student and an Israeli lawyer, is at 69 percent.
- Dark Touch, a horror film about an 11-year-old outcast with telekinetic powers, is at 60 percent.
- Morning, starring Leland Orser and Jeanne Tripplehorn in a drama about a couple who have just experienced the death of their child, is at 50 percent.
- As I Lay Dying, starring James Franco and Danny McBride in an adaptation of William Faulkner's novel about a family traveling through Mississippi to bury its recently deceased matriarch, is at 42 percent.