Last night I decided to go to the video store to rent the new Left Behind movie that came out. It is the third movie based on the 12 (now 13) book series about the rapture and about those left behind that didn’t believe in God. The first and second films were pretty low budget and at some points you could really tell. This time, the producers and director did well and I wasn’t distracted by their obvious attempts to make what should be an outside shot, clearly be a interior shot.
The movie wasn't much like the book series at all, the premise is the same so that is interesting to me to watch.
I also rented a movie that intrigued me called "11:14" about the events leading up to an 11:14 PM car crash, from five very different perspectives. A very unique idea that has been done with other films like "Go!". (Go! tells the story of the events after a drug deal, told from three different points of view.)
Also, the tv series "Boomtown" - One crime. Seen from every point of view.