Critics Consensus: The Words Doesn't Know What To Say
Plus, The Cold Light of Day is largely incomprehensible and implausible.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Beauty Is Embarrassing, a documentary about cartoonist and Pee-wee's Playhouse co-creator Wayne White, is at 100 percent.
- Girl Model, a documentary about the trafficking of underage girls in the modeling industry, is at 89 percent.
- Keep the Lights On, a drama about two men in an up-and-down long-term relationship, is at 86 percent.
- Detropia, a doc about the crumbling infrastructure of the Motor City, is at 80 percent.
- Las Acacias, a drama about an Argentine truck driver who bonds with a mother and her daughter over the course of a long drive, is at 73 percent.
- The Eye of the Storm, starring Geoffrey Rush and Charlotte Rampling in a drama about a dying rich woman whose adult children are squabbling over their share of her fortune, is at 66 percent.
- The Inbetweeners, a British comedy about four geeky guys who go on a wild Mediterranean vacation, is at 62 percent.
- Hello I Must Be Going, a dramedy about a newly-divorced woman who finds romance with a teenager, is at 61 percent.
- For Ellen, starring Paul Dano and Jena Malone in a drama about an aspiring musician dealing with a painful divorce, is at 54 percent.
- Bachelorette, starring Kirsten Dunst and Isla Fisher in a comedy about three bridesmaids who share a night of debauchery before their friend's wedding, is at 53 percent.
- [REC] 3 Genesis, a horror flick in which zombies rudely crash a wedding, is at 42 percent.
- Serving Up Richard, horror film about a married couple who attempt to cannibalize a Wall Street banker, is at 17 percent.