And I really liked Terminator: Salvation. It filled in some story line for an older John Conner that we have never gotten before and setup the future post-machine takeover world that we had also not spent any time in.
And who knew robots in the future would all have terrible aim?
Inglourious basterds (the conversation scenes are just brilliant)
on my _OK_ list
Watchmen (great compared to some other superhero of course)
District 9 (uncomfortable and thought provocating first and great action finale)
on my _good god i regret watching them_ list:
Transformers 2 (movie made for male & horny teenagers the age 12-16, absolutly comical and ridiculous; so bad that the movie became good and then bad again)
Harry Potter (teenage drama and a story only understandable for people who read the book, needs a lenghtier cut)
GI Joe: completly forgot the plot already
have to loo kthrough some tickets etc. to see what i actually watched this year but those iremember from the top of my head
Bruno had me laughing most the way through, not as much as Borat first did (I have relatives like that ). I'd put that down as best comedy, next to The Hangover too. I don't usually like them kind of films but the mystery element was really well played out.