Also opening this week in limited release:
- Charlie’s Country, a drama about an aging warrior who struggles against the Australian government’s control over an Aboriginal community, is at 91 percent.
- A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, an absurdist black comedy featuring several loosely-connected scenes about death, is Certified Fresh at 89 percent.
- Love & Mercy, starring Paul Dano and John Cusack in a biopic of Beach Boys leader Brian Wilson at two key intervals in his life, is Certified Fresh at 88 percent.
- An Open Secret, an expose of the sexual abuse of child actors, is at 86 percent.
- Testament Of Youth, starring Alicia Vikander and Kit Harington in a period drama about writer (and eventual peace activist) Vera Brittain and her work as a nurse during World War I, is Certified Fresh at 83 percent (check out Harington’s Five Favorite Films here).
- The Nightmare, a documentary/horror film featuring interviews with people who suffer from sleep paralysis, is at 69 percent.
- Hungry Hearts, starring Adam Driver in a drama about a young mother who is unusually overprotective of her newborn, is at 60 percent.
- Wild Horses, starring Robert Duvall and James Franco in a drama about a Texas Ranger whose estranged son returns in the midst of a cold case investigation, is at 11 percent.
- Freedom, starring Cuba Gooding Jr. in a period drama about a family that escapes slavery with help from the Underground Railroad, is at zero percent.