1. Forks Over Knives - 3
2. Die Welle (The Wave) - 5
3. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - 5.5
Gary Oldman was great in this, but wow did I have a hard time following it. Not having read the book or seen the miniseries... didn't help. Plus, the first 30 minutes (aside from the Budapest scene) was dreadfully boring. 2 things I liked: 1) This is probably more like what actual spy games are like. 2) This was quintessentially British, and I enjoyed how faithful they were to the period.
4. Insidious - 7.5
Not a great horror movie by any means, but certainly was very entertaining. The central idea behind why the boy disappears was certainly very interesting and a different idea than we usually see... but it devolved a bit into hokey-ness and wrapping things up a bit too quickly at the end. Plus, the final "shock" was a little too obvious.
5. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol - 8
Fun popcorn flick. A plot that made reasonable sense and wasn't ridiculously hard to follow, which was a welcome change. Just the second PG-13 movie I have allowed the kids to see, and they ate it up. Got a little corny at the end, but at least they made fun of it during the "we're all ok, let's have a beer" scene. Ethan Hunt took the worst beating, but came out of them all like a champ. I would think at least wapping your head on a building's exoskeleton while dropping 2 stories would at least leave a mark. But according to the film, it did not even leave him woozy. It was kind of fun to see what would happen during a mission if everything didn't go as smoothly as planned, as I'm sure it often wouldn't. Fully enjoyable big-budget action movie. Recommended if you just want to see some stuff get blowed up.