List the ones you loved and the ones you thought were a waste of plastic. In no particular order... 1) Star Trek This one was a blast from beginning to end. Loved it all the way. The writers did a good job of covering traditional back story (like where 'Bones' got his name), exploring new territory (blowing up Vulcan), working in traditional gags (like killing the guy that went down to the planet in red), mixing in action, comedy and some drama, too. Best movie I saw all year. It was a hoot watching Kirk actually beat the Korbi-ashi Maru test! As a trekkie I always wanted to see that. 2) Zombieland. Though some refused to see it because they thought it would be a remake of "Shaun of the Dead", it wasn't. It was a wonderful movie. Great balance between gore and comedy. Woody Harrelson turns in a great performance as what every guy would be like if he survived. Second best movie I saw all year. 3) Harry Potter and the HBP. Harry lovers panned it because it didn't follow the book to the ink but get over it. It's called creative license and writer of the books was in on it. The adaptations they made were done for good reasons. Darkest Harry Potter yet but it will get darker with the last two movies.