Midnight in Paris is excellent, and Owen Wilson delivers a dead on Woody Allen. I'm a fan of both (though not Wilson's cheap comedies).
Adrian Brody and Corey Stoll (who I mistook for Tom Hardy in the cinema) are just great fun in their roles, and it actually has a very decent core idea and moral.
Is Django similar to Inglorious Basterds in tone and its violence?
I watched about half of Twilight 2 on telly last night just to see how bad it is, with my girlfriend who is kind of a fan (although I won't stop ribbing her for it).
It is just as crappy as before.
After that waste of time we watched Chronicle, which is still a very-very solid flick. Well acted, great, concise story and of course a sequel is possible, and if they don't mess up too much it would be cool to see.