Critics Consensus: Thor is Certified Fresh
Plus, Something Borrowed and Jumping the Broom are both marital mishaps.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- Caterpillar, a drama about a soldier's psychological descent after returning home from the second Sino-Japanese War, is at 100 percent.
- Hobo With a Shotgun, starring starring Rutger Hauer as a hobo with a shotgun, is at 83 percent (check out Hauer's Five Favorite Films here).
- Forks Over Knives, a documentary that asks whether a diet free of processed and meat based-foods is healthier, is at 83 percent.
- Harvest, a naturalistic portrait of a family that's dealing with health problems and personal issues, is at 80 percent.
- Octubre, a dark comedy about an emotionally distant man who finds himself caring for a baby, is at 67 percent.
- The Beaver, starring Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster in the tale of a troubled man who finds solace by communicating with a beaver puppet, is at 69 percent.
- Last Night, starring Keira Knightley and Sam Worthington as a married couple whose relationship may give way to temptation, is at 47 percent.
- Daydream Nation, starring Kat Dennings and Josh Lucas in a dramedy about a girl who moves to a new school and falls for her youthful teacher, is at 44 percent.
- There Be Dragons, a historical drama about the founding of Opus Dei, is at 20 percent.
- An Invisible Sign, starring Jessica Alba as a socially awkward young woman who becomes a math teacher to connect with the outside world, is at zero percent.
- Passion Play, starring Mickey Rourke and Megan Fox in a neo noir about a jazz musician who gets in over his head with both a beautiful woman and the mob, is at zero percent.
Finally, props to Adam P. for coming the closest guessing Dylan Dog: Dead of Night's five percent Tomatometer.