Oh, Yes! A thousand times - YES!
Not only have my Muses fled, but I'm finding it difficult to keep two thoughts together in my head long enough to string them into a coherent sentence. So, instead of trying to provide my own review (although I might try it later), I'm going to point you to some other folks' reviews that I agree with whole-heartedly.
I've seen Serenity four times so far, but will probably add on a couple viewings by the end of the week...
Orson Scott Card
"All I heard was, "It's great, you'll love it."
Well, guess what.
I'm not going to say it's the best science fiction movie, ever.
Oh, wait. Yes I am.
And I'll tell you this right now: If Ender's Game can't be this kind of movie, and this good a movie, then I want it never to be made."
Serenity Cheat Sheet
"The setting, the music, the unique cinematography, the little details (i.e. having no sound in space) and of course, the endlessly quotable dialogue, make the world of Firefly one worth visiting..."
"It’s how sci-fi adventures should be done...Serenity works so well because the archetypical characters and situations are sketched with a loving hand..."
This shows the first 9 minutes of the film. What happens just after this clip ends is classic Firefly:
"Did the primary buffer panel just fall off my gorram ship for no apparent reason?"
"Looks like...this landing is going to get pretty interesting"
"'Oh, God, oh, God, we're all gonna die'?"
MAL (over loudspeaker)
"This is the Captain. There's a little problem with our entry sequence. We may experience slight turbulence and then explode."
"We're gonna explode? I don't wanna explode"
"How many weapons you plan on bringing? You only got the two arms."
"I just get excitable as to choice -- like to have my options open."
"I don't plan on any shooting taking place during this job."
"Well, what you plan and what takes place ain't exactly been similar."
"Are we crashing again?
"Talk to your husband."
And we're off on one hell of a wild ride...
Hope you enjoy...