Oh I also saw Flight, which was kind of the opposite of above ^.
Had really high expectations going in because Denzel rarely if ever disappoints, and acting-wise he certainly didn't disappoint in this, but the plot was largely predictable and (not a real spoiler but I'll put it in white anyway):
The movie was too much like John Q for me. And I loved John Q. I even watch John Q when it's on TBS from time to time. But it's like...you already made John Q dude. If someone came to you with a script about coaching a high school football team but maybe it's set in the 90s would you jump on that?
Never Say Never Again: Just Dreadful. Can't imagine what it was like seeing this in theaters. I imagine people were very excited to see Connery back as bond after a 12 year absence. What a disaster this film is on every level. Worse than any other EON film.