Cabin in the Woods - as I've said repeatedly I'm not into horror films but this was very good. I suspect that's pretty much what noone will tell you. Everyone pushes you to just see it sight unseen. Honestly considering the presentation I'm not sure that's really necessary. It's like when people complained about the Assassin's Creed spoiler that you aren't IN the past you're in the future reliving the past. When it occurs that early in the product it's not a spoiler it's part of the premise. To get back on topic it's a good movie and I really really think it could be a fantastically dark comic book.
Grimm's Snow White - the third and last of the Snow White movies was the Asylum knock off. It's not terrible like other Asylum films I've seen but it's bad.. its' really bad. Cringeworthy oddly enough not because of the bad acting but because of the bad plot. At one point for instance Snow White is knocked out. The huntsman struggles and takes off her ring. They then cut to Snow lying down WEARING THE RING. It's so jarringly bad editing I thought maybe there were two rings and I was missing the point. This ring has no power, doesn't particularly stand out, and isn't well known as Snow White's ring. Yet still when the Huntsman is about to be tortured b/c the Queen suspects Snow isn't dead he makes sure his son gets the ring. "Here take this and run, don't let the Queen catch you. Also I never killed anyone" (just like in The Dictator) This ring does come into play again as you might suspect because you've been seeing it over and over and over since the film started. What is it's ultimate purpose? The prince sees the kid wearing this ring like he's a wanna-be pimp. The prince then thinks.. if this boy got the ring from his non-murdering father then Snow White must be alive. That's it. The ring is never mentioned again. Just one of many many seemingly random plot devices that sprung up out of nowhere. As I write this thinking about other bad plot points it occurs to me that perhaps the whole reason there are no dwarves and instead there are elves (one of which is "Runt" the half-human) might be because they couldn't afford to pay that many small people. Or and I'm pulling for this one. No small person would take a role in that film.
tl;dr -> it's JUST bad enough to laugh at like The Darkest Hours. Barely. A shade more and it'd just be so bad it's sad.
Stagecoach - for class; decent movie B&W western that was rather compelling. Fun times.
The Five Year Engagement - not at all what I expected from the trailers.. well that's not fair. It was half what I expected. I thought it would be halftime: She's living the life. Followed by halftime: He's living the life. Since it wasn't. That actually made the movie slightly better. As a fan of romantic comedies it was fun but nothing spectacular