I liked the story. There were definitely some holes, but it was entertaining and it was not entirely what I expected.
Premium Rush - Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a bike delivery guy in NYC who picks up a delivery that gets him entangled with some bad guys. There were some cool bike tricks, but the story and dialogue were lacking and (aside from JGL) the acting was not very good.
The Dark Knight Rises - Apparently it was Joseph Gordon-Levitt week in my house since this movie features him as well. I'm not a huge fan of this franchise and Christian Bale's gravely Batman voice annoys me a lot. I decided to watch this one after hearing some good reviews. It was waaaaaay too long. IMO there were many places where the runtime could have been trimmed without being detrimental to the story. There was one twist in the plot that I didn't see coming, but that moment didn't really make up for the fact that I was bored through most of the movie. Near the end there was a cop on a bridge yelling at JGL. When they finally showed his face I yelled "It's Quinn from Dexter!!!" That may have been the most excited I got in this movie!
The Lincoln Lawyer - I didn't really know what to expect from this one. It wasn't the best movie ever, but the story had some interesting turns and it was entertaining.
Pina - I was expecting a documentary about the dance company created by Pina Bausch and the work done by that company. When I went back and re-read the synopsis it called this movie a "performance documentary". I didn't realize there was a difference, but I get it now. This movie was nearly all dance with a tiny spatter of commentary from the dancers regarding how they felt about Pina. The modern style of dance was not really my thing and some of it was really weird. At some point it became so odd that I kept watching just to see what was going to happen next. I found the dancing in the latter half of the movie much more interesting than the stuff at the beginning. I nearly stopped watching during the "Cafe Muller" segment. My biggest frustration is that I didn't learn anything from this film. I want to leave a documentary knowing something more about the topic than when the movie started. The only thing I learned was from the Internet search I did during the movie. They didn't teach me about this woman who apparently founded a new way of doing choreography and was quite controversial. I don't know anything about modern dance and I probably would have found the performances more interesting if I knew what the heck the story was or the point they were trying to make.