Stephen King’s A Good Marriage (37 percent), starring Joan Allen and Anthony LaPaglia in a thriller about a woman who discovers what may be her husband’s darkest secret while he is away on business.
Last Weekend (29 percent), starring Patricia Clarkson in a dramedy about a family matriarch who gathers her sons to their vacation home for a final weekend together before she sells it.
Elsa & Fred (25 percent), starring Shirley MacLaine and Christopher Plummer in a comedy about two aging romantics who find each other.
Season four of Showtime’s Shameless (100 percent), starring William H. Macy and Emmy Rossum in a dark comedy centered around a highly dysfunctional family, is available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Season two of Cinemax’s Banshee (89 percent), about an ex-con who assumes the identity of a murdered local sherriff, is also available on DVD and Blu-ray.
Pelican Dreams, a documentary about the rehabilitation of an injured pelican, is at 100 percent.
The Brazilian import The Way He Looks, a coming-of-age drama about a blind teenager in love, is at 94 percent.
Why Don’t You Play in Hell?, a gonzo action flick about a group of young filmmakers who get caught up in a mob war, is at 79 percent.
Plot for Peace, a documentary about the behind-the-scenes machinations that led to the fall of Apartheid in South Africa, is at 71 percent.
21 Years: Richard Linklater, a documentary about the indie film legend, is at 44 percent.
Jessabelle, a horror film about a woman who returns to her Louisiana home to recover from an accident and discovers she’s being haunted by a malevolent spirit, is at 29 percent.