I'll admit I have slept during the elf scenes in the hobbit.
Roman Polanski's Carnage - I thought it was pretty damn funny. A lot of awkward scenes, Reilyy and Waltz were great, Foster and Winslet were very good. For just being 4 people in an apartment talking I was entertained for the entirety of the movie.
Pitch Perfect - I had heard a lot of good things about it, so maybe my expectations were a bit too high, but I was a little dissapointed. It had its funny moments, but overall I was pretty bored with it.
The Impossible - Also had heard a lot of good things about it, its getting really good reviews, I liked it enough, was well done, was pretty intense for most of the movie. I dont think its a great movie like some are saying but its worth seeing.
^ I think Pitch Perfect is hilarious. I made my friend watch it with me last week and she complained the entire time, from beginning to end. Never gave it a chance.
I saw Les Miserable last night. I was dragged to it, but in the end, I loved it. From now on, I'm gonna walk into movies with low expectations.
Edit: Just noticed that this is my 777th post. I should end it here. Maybe it'll bring me luck.
The Mummy. It was so lame. It starts out with some hot barely clothed Arab girl walking around for a couple of minutes and then you spend the rest of the movie wishing the rest of the movie had just been some hot barely clothed Arab girl walking around. Maybe it was cool 10 years ago(or whenever it came out). Probably not though. It sucks.
On another note my sisters and one of my brothers that has horrible taste all rave about Pitch Perfect so I'm never watching it.
It went in a MUCH different direction than I ever expected and was better than I thought it would be.
Seal Team Six: The Raid on Osama Bin Laden on Netflix last night.
Also watched Looper last week. Not the ending I expeted, but I liked it.
Last new (to me) movie I have seen is Django Unchained. Last movie I watched was The Dark Knight Rises.