I rented a few DVDs on the weekend, movies that have been out for a while that I had missed when they were first released.
Secondhand Lions: A young boy is left with his two eccentric uncles for the summer. Set in Texas in the '50s. This was one of the best movies I've seen in a while. Good story, well acted, funny and moving. Highly recommended.
The Reckoning: Murder mystery set in the 14th Century, involving a travelling band of actors and a priest who is running from his past. This was good, too, though not nearly as entertaining as Secondhand Lions.
Mulholland Drive: About halfway through, I started wondering how the director (David Lynch) would ever tie all the odd subplots and characters together. Unfortunately, he never did. A real train wreck of a movie.