Critics Consensus: Trouble with the Curve Is Solid But Predictable
Plus, Dredd 3D, End of Watch, and The Master are Certified Fresh, and guess House at the End of the Street's Tomatometer.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- How to Survive a Plague, a documentary about the early days of AIDS activism, is at 100 percent.
- Knuckleball!, a doc about the practitioners of baseball's most unpredictable pitch, is at 100 percent.
- Radio Unnameable, a doc about influential radio personality Bob Fass, is at 100 percent.
- Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel, a mixed-media doc about the legendary fashion editor, is at 87 percent.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower, starring Logan Lerman and Emma Watson in a coming-of-age drama about an awkward teenager coming out of his shell, is at 75 percent.
- 17 Girls, a French drama about a group of teenage girls who make a pregnancy pact, is at 67 percent.
- Head Games, a doc about the effects of football concussions, is at 64 percent.
- The Brooklyn Brothers Beat The Best, a musical comedy about a pair of bandmates who take their toy instrument act on the road, is at 30 percent.
- Backwards, starring James Van Der Beek drama about a woman who becomes a high school rowing coach, is at 20 percent.
- About Cherry, starring Dev Patel and Lili Taylor in a drama about a teenager girl who finds herself in the midst of the porn industry, is at 13 percent.
- You May Not Kiss the Bride, starring Katharine McPhee in a comedy about a man who marries a mobster's daughter because he needs a green card, is at zero percent.
Finally, props to Brian Clarkson and Simon Opitz for coming the closest to guessing Resident Evil: Retribution's 29 percent Tomatometer.