Got my movie tickets yesterday, for a Wednesday 5pm showing. It's opening, though, the prior night (tonight) at 8:15pm and 10:30pm or so.
Considering it's a worknight, I just didn't even bother with it.
I've been waiting to see this movie for awhile, considering I thought MI3 was pretty amazing, and I'm a big Brad Bird and JJ Abrams fan.
Looks like Rotten Tomatoes agrees -- I think it's up to 95% fresh now. Although one of the local reviewers gave only 2.5 stars (out of 4) and criticized Bird heavily in his review; it felt more like a kneejerk response to me, where if everyone likes a film, you have to find something to criticize about it in order to seem different.
Probably Shame (Michael Fassbender) is higher quality in terms of human drama, but I really am fond of my "smart" action pics.