Three funerals and a blind date.

Three funerals and a blind date.

Three funerals and a blind date.

Highlights from the week in criticism.
Feb. 3 2006 4:03 PM

Three Funerals and a Blind Date

The critics on this week's new movie releases.

In this week's audio-only Summary Judgment, Mark Jordan Legan sums up how the critics feel about three new releases: Something New, a romantic comedy about an interracial couple who meet on a blind date; The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada, a modern-day Western directed by and starring Tommy Lee Jones; and The World's Fastest Indian, a biopic starring Anthony Hopkins as a determined senior citizen who tries to break a land-speed record.

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