Oblivion: Having missed this film in the regular theater, the Pook and I just watched it at the cheap theater.  It's one of those artsy sci-fi movies in the same way as Solaris .
With out spoiling anything, Tom Cruise and his co-worker/girl friend are the last two people on earth. They are doing some last minute 'care-taking' before getting sent off world to go Titan to rejoin the rest of humanity. Only, it turns out that nearly everything that precedes this sentence in this paragraph is a lie. Seriously, there isn't anything there that turns out to be true. 
Among those falsehoods, is the fact that there are other humans on the planet, one of which is Morgan Freeman. And if he's in a movie it has to at least be decent. Right?
[One quick check of IMDB.com later.]
Okay, so he was in the giant stinker "Dreamcatchers", but hey nobody's perfect.
Anyway, back to Oblivion.
The pacing of the movie is a little slow.  And a lot of the revealed surprises, aren't that surprising. And the whole movie has a little bit of a flavor of every other similar sci-fi movie you've ever seen. Which doesn't lend itself to standing out as a great movie. But in the end, despite all of that and one part of the ending that is a part of movie endings that generally makes me not like those types of movies, I still rather enjoyed the whole thing. 
 - Not sure why that fact is relevant or noteworthy, but there you go.
 - The remake w/ Clooney, not the original.
 - Including the first sentence. Sorry about that.
 - Like Solaris.
 - fwiw, the Pook said she'd rather have watched it at home where she could have done something
else at the same time.