Last night we went to the movies and saw the new vampire number, Daybreakers, with Ethan Hawke.
It's in the future, but the near, imaginable future (in ten years, I think). I don't want to do too much spoiling, but everybody is vampires, barely anybody is human.
Things I liked
classic vampire rules: they die when exposed to sunlight (as opposed to stupid Twilight where the vampires just get so sparkly you can barely handle it), will die with a wooden stake, etc.
fairly subtle background given by headlines, advertising, and tv broadcasts (LOST is also pretty good at this)
regular (non-glamorous) vampires
Things I did not like
loosely disguised commentary on pharmaceutical companies
number of action sequences
most of the heros
If you see the movie, maybe you'll get it. I realized half-way through that my "review" was a synopsis, and boringer than the movie (which is not boring. Or, at least, less boring than Avatar. Which wasn't the worst, but sure was long).