I just finished watching The Lookout, written and directed by Scott Frank. I remember seeing a trailer or two for this movie, and thought it looked interesting. It was also Frank's directorial debut, and I've been a fan of his writing for a while (Get Shorty, Out of Sight, Karen Sisco, Minority Report, etc).
The story follows Chris Pratt, a talented high school hockey player, who survives a tragic accident that left him with a mental disability (and lots of guilt) that he must deal with. We meet him as he lives a simple life with his blind friend Lewis, but Chris soon gets involved in the planning of a bank robbery. As with most crime films, there are twists and turns.
It's a bit slower that most "thrillers" or "crime dramas" out there, but it's an interesting character study.