Critics Consensus: The Internship Could Use Some Work
Plus, The Purge uneasily mixes allegory and gore.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Dirty Wars, a documentary that explores the United States' covert military operations, is at 93 percent.
- You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet!, a drama about a group of actors who gather for a late playwright's will reading and end up staging a performance of one of his plays, is at 80 percent.
- Much Ado About Nothing, Joss Whedon's micro-budgeted modern-day reworking of Shakespeare's comedy, is at 79 percent.
- Wish You Were Here, starring Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer in a drama about the repercussions of a man's disappearence during a vacation in Cambodia, is at 76 percent.
- The Judy Blume-scripted Tiger Eyes, a drama about a teenage girl dealing with the death of her father and her new environs after her family's cross-country move, is at 75 percent.
- Évocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. Movie, a doc about the life and influence of the incendiary talk show host, is at 75 percent.
- Hey Bartender, a doc about a group of innovative New York City mixologists, is at 67 percent.
- The Prey, a French thriller about a convicted bank robber who goes on the run after being framed for murder by his former cellmate, is at 63 percent.
- The Rambler, starring Dermot Mulroney and Natasha Lyonne in a dramedy about a man who's just been released from prison and wants to reconnect with his estranged brother, is at 60 percent.
- Rapture-Palooza, starring Anna Kendrick and Craig Robinson in a sci-fi comedy about a couple who must defend humanity from the Antichrist, is at 38 percent.
- Violet & Daisy, starring Saoirse Ronan and Alexis Bledel in a thriller about a pair of teenage assassins whose latest target forces them to reconsider their choice of profession, is at 21 percent.