I went on a shopping spree, and in addition to buying the PC version of Rage, which is glitchy as hell -- I'll have to wait for a patch or a driver update -- I also bought Scream 4 and Fast Five.
Saw them both in the theater and enjoyed them both.
Scream 4 was every bit as clever as the first one; in fact the only gripe I had with it wasbut other than that, I continue to enjoy the horror movie satire.
As for Fast Five, I will admit that I enjoyed all the other movies, with the possible exception of Fast and the Furous: Tokyo Drift, which takes place after all the others in the Fast and the Furious timeline. What was interesting about Fast Five was its surprisingly well-done character development, given the kind of movie it was. There are also surprisingly few action sequences, also, but the film manages to still be entertaining with the chemistry between characters. And the final car chase was epic -- absurd, but epic.