Our Movie Critic's Weekend Selections

Rob Brydon (left) and Steve Coogan hit the road again in "The Trip to Italy."

The Trip to Italy British funny guys Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan serve up a solid sequel to their 2010 road movie hit, The Trip, this time driving from the Riviera to Rome, stopping to eat fine food, sip fine wine, and one-up each other with finely tuned impersonations of Caine, Connery, Pacino, Brando, and more. A voyeuristic vacation treat. No MPAA rating

Calvary Brendan Gleeson stars as a good priest in a bad world - in the beautiful West Country of Ireland - in John Michael McDonagh's stormy whodunit, or, more accurately, a who's-gonna-do-it. A darkly furious look at the nature of faith, the nature of man. R

Frank A road movie, a rock-and-roll movie, a movie about creativity, the nature of identity, the fickleness of social media, and about a guy who walks around in a giant cartoony papier-mâché head. Michael Fassbender is that guy. Plus: Domhnall Gleeson and Maggie Gyllenhaal. R