So this nifty movie came out last weekend and I can't believe any of you aren't talking about it!
Premise is that 30 years from the present (2044) Time travel is invented, but highly illegal, so it's primarilly used by the mobs to get rid of someone evidence-free by sending them back to a time where they "shouldn't exist". There, they encounter "Loopers" whose job it is to kill the hooded person, collect the attached fee, and dispose of the body.
Joseph Gordon Levitt's character is one such Looper and runs into trouble when he fails to kill one man, who just so happens to be his future self (Bruce Willis). So now the present day Mob is after both to put the kibosh on as much future altering as possible before things get too out of hand!
This is a very interesting premise (that, like the trailers, doesn't scratch the full breadth of the plot) that is carried very well with the strength of its actors, especially this little kid who steals practically every scene he's in and Acts most of the adults under the table!
I've been hearing that some people have a hard time wrapping their heads around the Time Travel shenanigans in the movie, but I found them basic sci-fi stuff that never took me out of the movie, even leading to some truly interesting visuals when played with the consequences of altering the future.