Marc Isaac's The Road - Good but probably the most disjointed effort I've seen of his. Seemed like he had too many subjects to focus satisfactorily on any of them really. That said it still had some very poignant moments and nobody observes everyday humanity as acutely as he does.
Sightseers - Pretty good, made me laugh quite a lot in places, suitably dark as well but it all just felt a bit pointless? The whole thing treaded the line of being too broad quite regularly and I think the disparity of the lead performances shows that as well, he was great, she wasn't so much.
Silver Linings Playbook - Meh, weird one really, it's the film I expected from the initial trailers but then everyone was all like "it's not the film you think it is" and it got all the academy acclaim but it was in fact, the exact film it looked like in the first place. The first third was very strong and I thought Cooper was excellent throughout it but the whole thing had an almost offensively simplistic view of mental illness and dealing with it which would have been more palatable had it not been for the moments where it dealt with it very seriously. DeNiro made me laugh a lot, I didn't think Lawrence was amazing though (bottom aside), I've still yet to see her in anything which compares to how good she was in Winter's Bone but she might be a victim of her own high standards in that sense.