I'll offer a bit of support - I'm also looking forward to the film. I'll have to drag the other half along - literally - she hasn't yet recovered her space sci-fi confidence after I took her to see Sunshine (I liked it btw).
I am slightly nervous that the whole film will end up being a religion / intelligent design / evolution sort of debate but hey, I'm going to see it regardless.
On another note entirely I watched The Hunger Games at the weekend, taking the offspring to see it (he's 12). It was actually ok, once you accept that as a 12A every death will be bloodless and there will be sobbing kids in the theatre.
We all know the well shared examples of this immutable law. Toast landing butter side dow and the like. But I'm sure there are many examples of less often considered instances. For instance:
Whenever I put a measuring jug in the microwave, the timer always stops it with the handle facing away...