Seriously worth watching. I hadn't bothered with it for quite some time as the premise had seemed entirely boring and unoriginal, but the film has a lot more to it that the adverts let on. Bruce Willis is very good at playing the kind of role he usually doesn't play, which is a really welcome change from the stereotypical action-hero kind of guy he usually plays. Don't get me wrong, there's a lot of violence in this film, but the fact that such (sometimes brutal) violence is actually downplayed and presented in a matter-of-fact way actually makes it a much sharper film, rather than the usual action flicks which depend entirely on slow-mo death shots and closeups of main characters wrestling with their inner turmoil about "oh no what have I done etc etc". Nope. None of that here. Sometimes you don't even get to see how someone died - it's none of your business, they're dead, why are you still standing there, come on, try to keep up. Just classy, stylish, fast paced fun which will leave you suprised at just how good this film turned out to be. Just don't over-think the time travel paradoxes, the film actually makes a point of telling you to stop thinking about it and just enjoy the ride.