Bit of a slow weekend for moviegoers, but then the summer season is nearly over. Bring on the fall.
The week's opening are as follows:
"The November Man" (opens tomorrow): Pierce Brosnan plays a retired CIA agent whose duty call-back involves taking on the kid he once mentored. What, Bruce Willis wasn't available?
"As Above, So Below": When an archaeological team explores the catacombs of Paris, they discover … horror! Another found-footage venture into … ooooh kids, scary!
"Ghostbusters": AMC brings back the 1984 hit comedy for a special run. "This city is headed for a disaster of biblical proportions."
And at the Magic Lantern:
"Frank": Michael Fassbender plays an eccentric leader of a band who insists on wearing a papier-mâché headpiece. (The Lantern will also pick up a second-run screening of Woody Allen's "Magic in the Moonlight." "The One I Love" has been pushed back to Sept. 5.)