I've been waiting for this movie for quite a while. Despite the shootings, my wife and I decided to see it last night. Words cannot describe how I feel about this movie - but I started trying to think of some while I was still watching it. I did that because I was bored out of my skull. This is the 4th-worst movie I've ever seen inside a theater. To put it in perspective, the Worst Three on my list are "Harry and Walter Go To NY", "Hercules" and "Red Sonja". The movie in one word? "Bloated" I've haven't seen such a self-indulgent, navel-contemplating, monologue-delivering, whiny excuse of a movie in more years than I care to count. Where was the editor in this movie? Yes, there were a few good scenes, but did I have to lose almost three hours of my life to see them? In the interest of spoiler protection, I'll reserve talking about details for a later time. But there is SO much about this movie that just makes NO sense - not even in a superhero movie. I mean, Spider-Man 3 was the weakest of that franchise but at least I still enjoyed it while I was watching it. This is the first movie that I've ever taken my wife to that I was tempted to ask if she wanted to leave about half way in. I wasn't sure how she was feeling about the movie.. Finally when the lights came up, I looked at her and said "Do you want to say it or shall I?" and the look in her eye told me she had a similar opinion of the movie - though she came out with the adjective "silly" most of the time. Going into this movie, I was looking forward to some nice boxed Blu-Ray of the trilogy before Christmas. Now? I wouldn't touch it with lead gloves. I found myself pining for Mr. Freeze - at least I could laugh at that movie! I've never been this disappointed in a movie that I was SO looking forward to.