TAGGED AS: Certified Fresh
Enough Said, starring Julia Louis-Dreyfus and James Gandolfini in a drama about a divorced woman who meets a man who seems perfect until she finds out a little more about him, is Certified Fresh at 93 percent.
After Tiller, a documentary that profiles doctors that perform late-term abortions, is at 85 percent.
Generation Iron, a doc about the world of professional bodybuilders, is at 80 percent.
The Short Game, a doc about the highly competitive world of junior golf, is at 78 percent.
C.O.G., a dramedy based on a David Sedaris story about a man who ditches his modern devices and works as an apple picker in Oregon, is at 74 percent.
Haute Cuisine, a comedy about a little-known provincial chef who becomes the French president’s personal cook, is at 71 percent.
Ip Man: The Final Fight, an action drama about the legendary martial arts master in the twilight of his life, is at 58 percent.
Men at Lunch, a documentary about the famous photograph Lunch atop a Skyscraper, is at 50 percent.
Newlyweeds, a comedy about a young couple that smokes an awful lot of marijuana, is at 44 percent.
Weekender, a dramedy about a pair of friends who organize warehouse raves in the early 1990s, is at nine percent.