I saw Looper yesterday and loved it. However, I want Tracy to be the one to write an actual review because I think she would do it justice.
I will say that it was a wonderfully crafted, disturbing, and thought-provoking film. After seeing Looper I just wanted to keep talking about it and to me that's the mark of a wonderful movie. I haven't had that feeling since last year's Drive. I dragged my poor mother to see Looper and man, did it do a number on her. We talked a bit about it after but I think she kind of wanted it out of her head. So if anyone else has seen it and wants to discuss, let me know!
Lastly I just want to give Joseph Gordon-Levitt some major props. He really did a spot-on Bruce Willis without it seeming like an impression. JGL inserted little things like Bruce's smirk, his stance and a bit of his cadence. There was a nuance to it without being overwhelming.
It's a tough, violent, gritty movie but it'll make you think. If you like it, then I also highly recommend director Rian Johnson's first (feature-length) film, Brick.