Wes Bentley

Critical Mass: Sausage Party is a comedic feast, Florence Foster Jenkins is prime Streep

Whether you’re into R-rated shenanigans with the gang of foul-mouth food items in Sausage Party, feeling a little nostalgic for the Pete’s Dragon remake, or in the mood to witness another performance from one of the greatest actresses of all time in Meryl Streep’s Florence Foster Jenkins, there’s something for everyone at the movies this weekend. With so much to choose from, EW’s handy Critical Mass guide will help steer you in the right direction.

Check out what the critics are saying about this week’s hottest new releases in the reviews below.

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The Must List: Tove Lo's 'Cool Girl' heats up the summer

“Cool Girl” by Tove Lo

Since the release of her first major international hit, “Habits (Stay High),” the world has been addicted to Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Lo’s infectious music. Notching two solo hits on the Billboard Hot 100 between 2013 and 2015, Lo went on to appear on a handful of tracks by other artists, including Nick Jonas’ “Close,” Alesso’s “We Can Be Heroes,” Coldplay’s “Fun,” and Years & Years’ “Desire”; She even wrote the lead single, “Sparks,” from Hilary Duff’s fifth studio album.

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Wes Bentley discusses Knight of Cups and the Terrence Malick experience

Knight of Cups, the seventh movie by legendary filmmaker Terrence Malick, has a plot that doesn’t come close to resembling a straightforward narrative. In fact, the film belongs with The Thin Red Line and Tree of Life as one of the director’s most dreamy, experimental, and oblique. 

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