Nitro Circus. I watched this show a few years ago, because it reminded me of a faster, louder, dumber Jackass. The movie was half stunts (which were Goddamned impressive), half interviews of a spectrum of douche-baggery (Channing Tatum and Rob Dyrdek for fuck's sakes), and featured some crazy show they did in Vegas. Fun hour and a half, just watching them destroy things (and each other), but this movie is good for about six stunts and a lot of nonsense. Total Recall. I barely remember the Ahnuld version, and there are serious scientific liberties taken here for no Goddamned reason (in the film the only two countries left are Britain and Australia, yet actors like Nighy, Beckinsale and Farrell who are fucking from the UK speak with an American accent.). This film doesn't even try to insert the supposition that the events were part of a fantasy, but it was still surprisingly fun to watch. The futuristic stuff was done well, the cast was excellent (Beckinsale is stunning the entire time), and the no-gravity scenes were very impressive. Bottom line, don't expect Blade Runner, but it wasn't too shabby. Looper. This movie did for time travel what Inception did with dreams. It's a severe mind-fuck, and I'd suggest watching it twice just to make sure. Still, it's quite good. The scenery is fantastic, and doesn't try to overwhelm you with how futuristic things are. The acting is superb, the style is unusually different, and it has a sort of Wild-West feel. It does a great job of weaving lives together, via past, present, and future without smashing you over the head with it. The best way I can describe it is: No Country For Old Men with time travel. If it sounds weird, it was, but it wasn't bad.