Well, it's a first. This week I am refusing to choose a pick of the week based on the fact there are only two releases, and I can't in good conscience recommend you see either of them. One wasn't reviewed for critics, and the other is very likely to make you sterile, so view at your own risk.
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li - (00% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
Powerful forces are converging on the streets of Bangkok. They are warriors, some of whom possess extraordinary abilities, all of whom are determined to see their side prevail. Some fight for us; the others for unlimited power. Now, they are preparing for the ultimate battle -- of terror versus beauty, light versus darkness, and good versus evil. Critics seem to miss the flamboyance of the Raul Julia/Jean Claude Van Damme original and recommend viewing only to blind people. So, suffice to say, this movie is probably really really really bad.
The Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience - (38% Fresh on Rotten Tomatoes)
The Jonas Brothers head to the big screen—in Disney Digital 3-D™—in a high-energy Walt Disney Pictures rockumentary feature film event from director Bruce Hendricks ("Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus:... The Jonas Brothers head to the big screen—in Disney Digital 3-D™—in a high-energy Walt Disney Pictures rockumentary feature film event from director Bruce Hendricks (Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert). The film blends excerpts from the Brothers' red-hot "Burning Up" concert tour, including guest performances from Demi Lovato and Taylor Swift, with exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, off-the-wall segments, a never-before-heard song, swarming fans and a lot of JB-style humor—giving fans never-before-seen insights into the lives of Kevin, Joe and Nick. Critics seem to disagree with the films intent, saying it doesn't offer any insight into their lives, does very few favors for the brothers, and that the films musical charms wear out around minute 30 of the 76 minute run time. But hey...at least you get to see it in 3D right?