Hell. Quite good (if not very original) post-apocalyptic thriller from Germany (with subtitles). The sun's gone all flarey and heated the planet, screwing up the environment and resources and leading to social breakdown and chaos (imagine a sort of midway point between the first two Mad Max films, or The Road set in a really bad heatwave). A small group of suspiciously attractive survivors are traveling by car to try to reach the mountains, where they believe they'll find a water supply. Along the way they run into some raiders who kidnap two of the group - along with their car - and the others set off to find them. Plenty of tense bits and a plot twist or two, but nothing you haven't seen before. Directed by Roland Emmerich, if that makes a difference.
Super. More or less as expected - a goofy surreal comedy that keeps hitting you in the face with real life, plunges into full-on tragedy at times, and wraps up with a bittersweet feel-good(ish) ending. I liked the "warts and all" way the two leads were written - they're a couple of screwed-up fringe-dwelling weirdos dressing up in costumes and assaulting people - some of whom don't actually deserve it - and the film portrays them as such, even if it does it for OTT comic effect. Yet somehow they're still sympathetic characters, and you really feel for them when the bad stuff happens. I also thought it was interesting that Kevin Bacon as the villain comes across as more of a pathetic lost soul than a really evil antagonist. If you took the best bits of Super and cobbled them together with the more believable bits of Kick-Ass, you'd have the perfect "wannabe superhero" movie.