Just barely caught that before it left theaters around here.
I'd put it a little higher than the 66% score on rottentomatoes. The premise is a little out there, but the performances are great, and Craig Brewer follows up "Hustle & Flow" with more proof that he's one of the most talented directors when it comes to flawed but sympathetic characters, local Southern storytelling, and awesome soundtracks (this time replacing the hip-hop of "Hustle & Flow" with old school southern blues). He's also developed a very distinctive and compelling voice to his movies that could possibly best be described as "Modern Southern Gothic" (maybe "modern" is the wrong word, but some sort of modified southern gothic), but until that catches on I'll just call it "Craig Brewer-esque".
Also, Christina Ricci has nice tits.