By Anne Thompson | Thompson on Hollywood October 3, 2009 at 4:46AM
Tomatometer 84 % Metascore 82
Director Jane Campion (The Piano) doesn't hit you over the head with anything in Bright Star, a subtle, poignant, controlled, gorgeously-made movie. Sit back and enjoy.
Capitalism: A Love Story
Tomatometer 72% Metascore 60
Michael Moore may throw everything but the kitchen sink into this agit-prop political diatribe, but nonetheless he delivers a moving, provocative and yes, educational entertainment.
Fun for Boys
Tomatometer 89% Metascore 72
This horror comedy starring Woody Harrelson not only wowed the fan boys at Fantastic Fest, but the critics. It's already the number one movie this weekend. If mowing down the undead in clever and amusing ways is your idea of a good time...
Fun for Girls
Tomatometer 82% Metascore 67
Producer-director-star Drew Barrymore's female empowerment movie is an American Bend it Like Beckham on skates. The coming-of-age comedy is also impeccably cast, from Ellen Page and her roller derby buddies to parents Marcia Gay Harden and Danny Stern.