I swear to God, time and eternity that the two finest openers this weekend are James Vanderbilt‘s Truth (Sony Pictures Classics) and Cary Fukunaga‘s Beasts of No Nation (Netflix + select theatrical)…far and away, no question, irrefutable. The educated 40-plus audiences who are thinking about seeing Steven Spielberg‘s Bridge of Spies really need to rethink this — Truth is way more stirring and far less familiar for the cultured cineaste. (With Spielberg and Tom Hanks working together again for the fourth time, you’re going to get “familiar” — trust me.) If you want to see Room you’re going to do that…fine. And if you’re looking to savor one of the most beautifully designed horror flicks of this century, you’ll have to catch Crimson Peak. But the two best openers are the two best openers — plain fact, I don’t lie.