Saw Tower Heist. My first choice, J. Edgar, was sold out. Twice. That's encouraging, in its own way.
At least I expected Tower Heist to be funny.
It was not.
I liked Alan Alda as an affable, evil, charming swindler, a la Madoff.
The movie at times skated along a serious edge that touched on all the disparities of wealth the Occupy Wall Street folks are targeting. But it only skated along the edge of that and was afraid to confront the serious stuff. If it did do that, it might've been an interesting movie. And it still might've managed to be funny, just as The Sopranos managed to be at times. Ben Stiller could've pulled it off; Eddie Murphy, too. And Matthew Broderick. Tea Leoni also.
Too bad it wimped out into silliness.