Shutter Island <very minor spoilers perhaps>
Saw this. Pretty good film, although I was very tired when I watched it, so I felt it dragged a bit. Anyway, it's far from Scorsese's best, but it's an interesting (and very dark) neo-noir mystery about two 1950s detectives (Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo) who take a Boston ferry to the titular island - an Alcatraz-like mental hospital/prison where a female inmate escaped - and where a hurricane is bearing down.
Terrific work by DiCaprio in his pivotal role - Scorsese gave him much to work with - and an impressive supporting cast that includes Ruffalo, Ben Kingsley and Max Von Sydow as doctors working on the island, and Michelle Williams as DiCaprio's late wife. That's all I'll say except to say that much more is going on here than what I just wrote about. Great Bernard Herrmann-esque music score that may remind you of Scorsese's own "Cape Fear."
I give the whole thing a B+.