Let me preface this post by saying that until now, to me, a new movie usually meant on DVD for less than a year, as I don't get out to theater too often and have to fight for the t.v. with three kids and my wife! Just signed up for Netflix, though, so I'll at least catch new DVDs sooner. Currently waiting on Zombieland and Surrogates; Land of the Lost and Hangover up next. Just saw the Proposal (wife's choice). Typical chick flick. Some very funny parts, some scratch-your-head parts. Worth watching with your significant other. Finally saw District 9, which was more drama than action and am wondering if District 10 will be more action than drama. Not out of this world (pun intended), but definitely worth watching. Finally saw Transformers 2 and the second Fantastic Four movie (on t.v.), both of which were a little better than I expected. That's why I like listening to all my friends' bitching about movies: so I can go in with with low expectations. And for the record, I think the movie version of Galactus worked much better for the average film-goer than would a dude in a big, purple helmet. It's not new, but I just picked up a BR copy of Apocalypto and watched it again. I've never seen a better job of acting by complete unknowns. Mel Gibson is a better director than actor. If you haven't seen it and liked 10,000 B.C. and/or Last of the Mohicans, check it out. A Robert Rodriguez version of Red Sonja. Why do I think this won't work? Loved Star Trek and Band of Brothers kicks ass. It's like twelve hours of Saving Private Ryan. Also, for the record: IMHO Brad Pitt is a better actor than he gets credit for. At the very least, he can pick a script. Call me a fan. Hey Druvas: so how was Public Enemies? I'm hoping it's good.