Young Adult. I really liked this. Charlize Theron and Patton Oswalt are totally great. Even though you like the character less and less, and the things she does get more and more uncomfortable as the movie goes on, it's a fully realized character, very well written and acted.
Looper. Great sci-fi and really well told story. Very bleak and violent vision of the future. For all the things going on with the plot, it spends a lot of time slowing down with the characters. Although Bruce Willis has about half the screen time as Joseph Gordon-Levitt, it's one of his best performances in a long time.
Disney's The Kid. Looper reminded me of this other movie I love, one of Bruce Willis' other films about meeting his younger self. It's a shameless feel-good movie, and I buy every minute of it every time I watch it. Very funny, sentimental, and poignant. For me this has one of the most touching scenes ever. Looper is the much better made film, but I think I actually like The Kid more, it's stayed with me for years.
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein. I remember seeing parts of this when I was a kid. I don't think I ever had a desire to revisit it necessarily, but when you get Netflix streaming you end up watching a lot of stuff you wouldn't normally. This film has about two jokes they milk to death, funny at first, gets a bit old in the middle, but the climax is a lot of fun.