Rise of the planet of the apes - Interesting enough film, I bought the premise of it and the driving force for the ending. Some fine CG work and few little surprises. Entertaining enough to make me want to see the next one, should there be one.
The adventures of Tin Tin - Everyone told me to see this, so I did, and, well, sure it was fine, great computer generated characters, very characterful and brought my childhood memories to life, but the story wore a bit thin and parts of it played out as if it was lifted from an Uncharted game.
Chronicle - Had so much hope for this film, interesting premise, nice twist on the superheroes/powers theme. Enjoyed the first two thirds of the film immensely, the characters were played out well, showing how individual personalities were reflected in their powers, and their eventual development. The ending was a bit loose and rushed to be honest, and in general I'm tiring a little of the Cloverfield/super 8 filming style.
Prometheus - Not quite sure why this got such a hard rap from some members and press - ignoring the last 20 minutes or so of the film, and Noomi's english accent faltering a tad in a fair few scenes, I thought it was superb. Really explored the background of the alien's saga with the sort of suspense and scenic scale I have come to expect from Scott. Seeing the origin of the space jockey and being able to piece together so much of the aliensverse through various parts of the plot was also a particular highlight which made me feel ever so slightly nerdy. The last 20 mins felt superflous and rushed though, almost as if scott was worried he might not be able to save it for a second film so threw it in at the end. A few glaring gaps in the story and as someone else here said, a few 'hmmmm?' moments, which could have been done far better, but that being said I really hope they delve into another movie.
"The Newsroom" Not a movie but a series that premiered in June 2012. Lookspromising. First two episodes are out. No 1 with "sophistication, wit andmanic energy", No 2 got more into personal issues. Hopefully that seriescontinues to focus more on news stuff (just like "Lou Grant") and notso much in who effs whom, or it doesn´t make it to the second season