Our Movie Critic's Weekend Selections

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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