Not here yet either. I did see The Next Three Days; it got mixed reviews, but I enjoyed it. It had a special appeal to me, because I liked seeing Pittsburgh again. But the main point of interest was watching the Russell Crowe character learning to do things he needed to know in order to bust his wife out of prison, and his cleverness in solving problems as they arose. Liam Neeson had only one scene in the movie, but it was a goodie. Brian Dennehy had just five lines (one of which was "Goodbye.") but still managed to make an impression. A large-ish role was played by another wonderful child actor named Ty Simpkins, who has quite a resumé for an 8-year-old. There's much to like in this movie.