Re-watched a few movies I had only seen once before:
The New World: didn't like this much the first time I saw it, mainly because it's so obviously inferior to the Thin Red Line. I still don't think it's anything special, but I'm tempted to get the extended cut as Malick's movies tend to benefit from the extra minutes even if it consists of nothing but characters walking in tall grass and pondering profound things.
Looper: a stupid twist on the time-travel idea, but the second half of the movie is really good. Bruce Willis makes a great surprise villain.
Training Day: Denzel Washington is almost hypnotic that you nearly buy his bullshit. Hawke is great too as the polar opposite. Makes great use of its physical setting too (kinda like Falling Down or Collateral).