Critics Consensus: The Watch Falls Down On the Job
Plus, Step Up Revolution has nice dancing but a cliched script.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Planet of Snail, a documentary about the relationship between a deaf and blind man and his wife, is at 100 percent.
- Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, a doc about the life and trials of the famous Chinese artist and activist, is at 95 percent.
- Searching for Sugar Man, a doc about the strange disappearance of 1970s cult rock fave Rodriguez, is at 94 percent.
- Killer Joe, starring Matthew McConaughey and Emile Hirsch in a black comedy about a drug dealer who gets more than he bargained for when he hires a hitman to kill his mother, is Certified Fresh at 83 percent.
- Klown, a Danish comedy about a pair of friends who behave very badly on a canoe trip, is at 79 percent.
- The Chinese import Sacrifice, a historical drama about a child raised to avenge the murder of his parents, is at 75 percent.
- Ruby Sparks, starring Paul Dano and Zoe Kazan in a comedy about a novelist who discovers his creation has come to life, is at 72 percent.
- Burning Man, a dramedy about an emotionally damaged man reflecting on his turbulent life, is at 71 percent.
- Nuit #1, a drama about a man and a woman who meet at a rave and divulge their deepest secrets to each other, is at 50 percent.
- Big Boys Gone Bananas!*, a doc about a filmmaker's legal and public relations battle with the Dole Food Company, is at 50 percent.
- Iron Sky, a sci-fi adventure about a group of Nazis invading the earth from outer space, is at 42 percent.