No. 5 — 'Homefront' with $7 million (debut) — Jason Statham, left, as an ex-DEA agent, encounters a meth mogul and his sister, played by James Franco and Winona Ryder, in a scene from "Homefront." (Box office figures from Rentrak)
No. 6 — 'Homefront' with $3.4 million (last week No.5) — Jason Statham, left, as an ex-DEA agent, encounters a meth mogul and his sister, played by James Franco and Winona Ryder, in a scene from "Homefront." (Box office figures from Rentrak)
Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs. Unfortunately, “Jobs” confuses the story of Apple, the company, with the story of its guru and guiding force.
No. 4: "Machete Kills" with $3.9 million (debut) — Danny Trejo, left, and Michelle Rodriguez in Robert Rodriquez’s doesn’t-mean-a-thing “Machete Kills,” shot in 29 days with a loose script and a sense of cartoon fun. (Box office figures from Rentrak)
Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs captures the Apple co-founder's famous explosions of temper and insulting takedowns that Jobs was known for, but the film feels rushed.
Despite its shortcomings, "The Host" features a nicely paced story, beautifully shot scenes and interesting acting.
Rooney Mara and Channing Tatum star in "Side Effects," a thriller from Steven Soderbergh that hints at the murky relationship between doctors and pharmaceutical companies.
Mike (Michael Peña), left, and Brian (Jake Gyllenhaal) are partners on an increasingly dangerous police beat in "End of Watch."
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard make an adorable couple in "Hit and Run," which has a silly plot, but plenty of cool car chases and random, comical cameos.
"Silent House" is a scary, yet thoughtful art-house frightfest with Elizabeth Olsen as the young woman in peril.
Elizabeth Olsen is shown in a scene from "Silent House."
Liam Neeson stars as a hunter who leads a pack of survivors
menaced by wolves after a plane crash in "The Grey."
"Killer Elite," which is based on a true story, is the account
of a former special ops agent, played by Jason Statham, who must
evade an assassin.