Our Movie Critic's Weekend Selections

Drive, he said: Tom Hardy, with Charlize Theron at the wheel in "Mad Max: Fury Road." (Jasin Boland / Warner Bros. Pictures)

Mad Max: Fury Road Never mind Furious 7. George Miller's mega-reboot of his 1980s franchise is like Fast and Furious: The Thermonuclear Edition - a turbocharged chase across a toxic wasteland, with Vin Diesel and pals replaced by Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, who are certainly not pals at all as Max and Furiosa. Post-apocalyptic, cinematic, heavy-metal mayhem. R

Iris Albert Maysles' winning documentray portrait of Iris Apfel, the free-thinking nonagenarian New Yorker whose uncanny sense of style has inspired several generations of fashion-world movers and shakers. "Less is more" is definitely not this woman's credo. PG-13

Welcome to Me Kristen Wiig gets wiggy, weird, and wonderful as a So-Cal gal with borderline personality disorder who wins the lottery and decides to bankroll a TV talk show - with herself as the star. Funny, creepy, poignant, the film is a feat. Wes Bentley, Joan Cusack, James Marsden, and Tim Robbins co-star. R