Critics Consensus: Unknown's Plot Twists Too Much
Plus, I Am Number Four is so-so, and Big Mommas is dire stuff.
Also opening this week in limited release:
- The Last Lions, a documentary about a lioness defending her cubs during a harsh journey, is at 90 percent.
- We Are What We Are, about a family of cannibals in a desperate situation, is at 77 percent.
- Zero Bridge, a realist portrait of young people in a gritty Kashmiri town, is at 75 percent.
- Even the Rain, starring Gael García Bernal in an ambitious drama about Spanish imperialism through the ages, is at 67 percent.
- Putty Hill, a drama about the effect of a young man's death on a close-knit blue-collar community, is at 67 percent.
- Brotherhood, the tale of a fraternity hazing ritual gone seriously wrong, is at 50 percent.
- Vanishing On 7th Street, starring Hayden Christensen and Thandie Newton in a thriller about a mysteriously abandoned city neighborhood, is at 48 percent.
- The Chaperone, starring Paul "Triple H" Levesque in a comedy about an ex-con who tries to escape his bank robbing past by chaperoning a class trip, is at 33 percent.