The Identical chose a perfect weekend to flop as this ended up being the worst weekend at the domestic box office in 13 years.
Tom Hardy, once again, shows a whole new face to his talents in The Drop, a classically told crime drama that's not so much about the crime, but about the characters.
Thanks to the Toronto Film Festival I'm up to 11 movies this week, but let's hear from you...
Men, Women & Children is an over-stuffed drama looking at the generational effects of the online world on today's society. Worst of all, it is the extreme it sets out to judge.
Intouchables directors Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano are back on the big screen with Samba, a solid, down-the-middle crowd pleaser.
Wild Tales is a film I suggest you see knowing as little as possible as six short stories come together for a wildly hysterical anthology of revenge gone wrong.
Leviathan is a masterclass in filmmaking, but also a film in which I came away feeling an emotional distance that I couldn't quite qualify.
Sean Harris has been offered the lead villain role in Mission: Impossible 5 and negotiations are underway.
The first official poster for Horrible Bosses 2 declares they are "back for more". Great, just what we needed...
David Cronenberg's Maps to the Stars is a lame attempt at a dark, Hollywood satire with nothing new to say, filled with cliches that are all-too-familiar.