I went to go see Captain America today, only to realize that when I bought my ticket, I'd fat-fingered the order and accidentally bought a ticket to this movie at the same time.
I think it is probably possible to enjoy this movie, but it confirmed everything I'd feared about it, and I really just wasn't in the mood. I can count the number of times I've walked out of a movie on one hand, but after about an hour I had to leave. It wasn't just the pathetic lack of any attempt to create a narrative that made any sense technologically, but it was so bad that it was really funny, and I burst out laughing twice. Since the other people in the theater presumably actually intended to see it, I decided to let myself out.
To go over why it was so bad would probably involve spoilers, but let's just say that if you want to come up with a cataclysmic computing scenario, Y2K is probably not your best bet.
There was only one good part of seeing that movie, and that was watching the extended IMAX trailers for X-Men, Transformers (which inexplicably might actually be watchable), and Guardians of the Galaxy. #fatfinger #lawnmowerman