Critics Consensus: The Great Gatsby is a Case of Style Over Substance
Plus, Peeples is warm but predictable.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Stories We Tell, director Sarah Polley's documentary portrait of her family and its secrets, is at 93 percent.
- Sightseers, a comedy about a couple who go on a road trip to see various landmarks and inadvertently initiate a killing spree, is Certified Fresh at 83 percent.
- The Painting, a French animated feature about groups of painted characters who go on a journey to understand the origin of their creation, is at 83 percent.
- Venus And Serena, a documentary about the relationship between the tennis-star sisters, is at 80 percent.
- The Source Family, a doc about the rock-'n'-rollin' new religious movement, is at 78 percent.
- One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das, a doc about an aspiring rock singer who ditched his possessions and moved to India in search of enlightenment, is at 67 percent.
- Aftershock, produced by and starring Eli Roth in a horror film about a group of clubgoers trapped underground after a massive earthquake, is at 42 percent (watch our interview with Roth here).
- No One Lives, starring Luke Evans in a horror film about a man who turns the tables on a ruthless gang of kidnappers, is at 22 percent
- And Now A Word From Our Sponsor, starring Bruce Greenwood and Parker Posey in a comedy about the head of an advertising agency who speaks only in commercial slogans after suffering a nervous breakdown, is at zero percent.
- Java Heat, starring Mickey Rourke and Kellan Lutz in an action thriller about the hunt for a terrorist in Indonesia, is at zero percent.