(A) The movie had none of the heartful laughs of rest of them. Instead, it was saturated with a 'Lord of the Rings' style of pretentsious seriousness. Listen fellas, when you've got a movie about a futuristic society engaging in an absurdly outdated WW2-style of warfare, you might want to at least enrich the thing with some honest laughs. (B) Dark. You mean in terms of the tone? No, I mean that the screen was physically drab and dreary. It was like watching 'Das Boot' on VHS with black nylon covering the screen. (C) The worst acting in the history of cinema. Hey, I think Natalie Portman's hot, too, but her "NO!....I shouldn't have done that" after they kissed was the most awkward line delivery ever. Hayden Christanson's voice always rattled like an old Katherine Hepburn and even Yoda's look and dialogue delivery sucked. (D) Digital video. Hey dude, you can carry on about how revolutionary it is for you to shoot on DV but when push comes to shove, I don't give a damn about your convenience. It's our time and our money that's important, not your tech fetish. The movie looked blurry, dark....BAD. Well, hey, maybe I'm wrong about some of those things but I'm right about this: I felt EMBARASSED watching the movie. It was awful. At the theater I remember all the guys who went to the urinals when it let out were making fun of how stupid it was.