Just saw Hanna
Basically, it's what happens when you combine bland characters, a thoroughly underwritten plot, a seeming lack of anything remotely resembling human logic or sense, completely wacked-out camera work, a horrific soundtrack (literally one of the worst I've ever heard), humor that is somehow both strangely perverse and incredibly cliched, and an utter failure at presenting any psychological or emotional depth--which the movie spends most of its time trying to do.
This makes it all the stranger (and more frustrating) that the few fight scenes were pretty damn good, and the beginning was quite promising--even engaging. Like it belonged in another movie.
Hanna reminds me a lot of Pitch Black, in that it reeks of potential that was either wasted by bad directing decisions or buried by unconvincing presentation. But unlike Pitch Black, Hanna doesn't have anywhere near enough good to make it even partially enjoyable. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME.
SladeTeck: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
Loved it. Those Brits really know how to make a good Spy drama. I especially liked Gary Oldman in it.
I love Gary Oldman. Although he tends to either be amazing (The Professional, The Dark Knight), or horrible (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the myriad of B-grade films he's been in, etc). There's not much in between.