I went in with low expectations, and I wasn't disappointed. :lol
We saw Battleship over the weekend - I only watched it for the lovely Mr. Skarsgard. The script was downright awful in places (who wrote that crap and how did the actors keep straight faces?) but I did smile when the vets cranked up the Missouri.
After that we watched Savages, an Oliver Stone story about small-time California marijuana growers involved in a hostile takeover by a Mexican cartel. There was a good bit of violence throughout, but some pretty good acting. I liked it.
Looper - Good sci-fi. However, there was some stuff I was uncomfortable with given the recent tragedies in CT.
I really want to see Savages. Need to add that to my list.
JohnnyK - I will agree that I didn't think it lived up to all the hype. There certainly was a lot of "this is the most amazing movie ever" publicity about it when it first came out and I wouldn't put it at that level for sure.
We watched Looper the other night and while it wasn't nearly as good as I expected, Joseph Gordon-Levitt wowed me. I think he nailed Bruce Willis' tics and mannerisms. As for the actual storyline I was expecting more.
Ted. it was funny, but a little ridiculous