I saw Next recently. It has some entertaining concepts and it's executed reasonably well. Nicolas Cage is not an attractive man, but he did a decent job, as did Julianne Moore. Some parts were a bit predictable, but considering the man's talent was prediction, this actually contributed to the movie.
What I'm irritated about is that I heard someone say Jessica Biel was "fat" in that movie. (!!!!!!!!) Take a look. Yeah, she's enormous, isn't she? Granted, she looks heavier than she did in I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry, but as she looked unnaturally thin in that one, I think that's a good thing. Anyway, she's probably about my height, and in Next, she's probably about 20-30 lbs. lighter than I am. I know the person's comment wasn't directed at me, but it made me really frustrated with society. A normal, healthy weight actress is called "fat" and I'm not supposed to take it personally? I'm only a little overweight (see above reference to 20-30 lbs. lighter and I'd be a "heavy" Jessica Biel) and have been self-concious about my weight for what seems like my entire life. I'm *really* looking forward to when I get to worry about my age too. Yippee! [/sarcasm]
On a more serious note, I know there's no pleasing some people and it's not worth worrying about what they think. I agree. I am just so flaming mad because it was listening to ****heads like that when I was young that made me feel inadequate in the first place.