We're sure it won't matter to the fanboys, but Ann Hornaday says "Iron Man 3" is "designed less as an artisanal object or visual entertainment than a full-body assault on the senses."
"Aroused" is a "mildly provocative" film about adult film actresses, writes Michael O'Sullivan.
Hornaday writes that "At Any Price" hews "to a conventional structure that feels both overworked and undercooked."
In "A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet," a "lack of focus tempers the overall force of the individual stories, some of which are truly riveting," writes Stephanie Merry.
"Kon-Tiki" is an earnest take on a 1947 raft trip that includes characters with relatively indistinguishable characters, Mark Jenkins writes.
"Love Is All You Need" is a "slight," yet "modestly absorbing" film, according to Hornaday.
Salman Rushdie co-wrote the script for "Midnight's Children," based on his own novel. Oddly enough, the movie looks beautiful, but is "overburdened by unnecessary plot points," writes Merry.
"The Reluctant Fundamentalist" is a "gripping and complex drama," O'Sullivan writes.