Last week, my wife and I went to see two movies:
1- Veronica Mars: If you're a fan of the show, you MUST SEE THIS. It was so good, and basically played out less like one big episode and more like a condensed season. One big plot, but big enough in scope to be the season-long mystery. Now, if you've never seen the show, I'm not sure how much you'd like it. But the show is amazing too, so I recommend that as well
2- Divergent: I haven't read the book yet (key word being "yet"), but I loved the story, and the world they built for the story to take place in. Your standard post-apocalyptic society where a teen girl is the protagonist, but they executed it really well. Also, my wife loves the book and doesn't like it when the movie diverges too far from the book, but the few changes she noticed, she mostly approved of.
The only problem with the movie-watching experience was that there was a pair of movie-talkers behind-and-to-the-left of me. I think they legitimately thought they were being quiet enough, but they weren't. It was getting to me, but I was all "let it go, whatever, don't stress." Then I saw my wife react to it too and so I got up and was all "excuse me, but we can hear you quite loudly down here, thank you." They stopped, and brought what few comments they did say to a quieter volume.
So please, I beg of all of you: don't me lame movie-talkers.
-Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars
"Who cares what evil lurks in the hearts of men!"
"Unless evil's carrying the Martini tray, darling."
-Frank and Sadie Doyle