(*) - Didn't watch that movie. I kinda put down why I didn't watch it. You can try to convince me to watch it, give it a shot Iron Man Way to go Marvel. Both me and my girlfriend ("we" hereafter) were very satisfied with this movie. Harold and Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay Watched it at a small thather with cheaper ticket price. If you liked the first, this should be good enough in a small movie theatre or DVD. (I watched the first one on DVD, that was worth every buck) Speed Racer (*) Didn't watch it. Trailer was whack. My girlfriend digs Rain, but I'm not gonna put down $13 to watch a cameo Korean singer who plays Mongolian racer (AFAIK). Looked like either a kid movie or a paint commercial. I don't think I even want to rent the DVD, maybe I'll grab some Rain photos from the movie and send them to my girlfriend. What Happens (happened?) in Vegas If you've watched the trailer, the movie will be only half fun (if any). Probably fans of either main characters digged it though. It was just okay. Indiana Jones: blah blah Crystal Skull It was alright. Not as great as before but still an Indy movie, I don't really like Shia so that was kind of a minus. Kung Fu Panda Oh, we loved it. From start to finish it was full of win (even the credits). Worth every penny and definitely buying on BD. Half dozen well known actor/esses as voice actor/essses casting was almost worth it; some characters didn't have many lines though. Warning: Spoilers inside! [titleon't mess with the Zohan]Don't mess with the viewers. Unless you enjoy watching other man's crotch and some 3rd class middle eastern jokes, avoid it. The Incredible Hulk (*) Yet to watch, dude that thing is ugly. Can't special effects team make it look like a beast and not gross at the same time? It's 2008, you know. I'll wait for the DVD. Love Guru (*) The trailer was quite promising. But just like Fool's Gold and Vegas if the trailer's funny, then the movie's not gonna be. Almost every single funny part from the movie would be on the trailer, you're left with not-funny parts of a comedy movie. Get Smart Consider this one a slight exception. This movie will be full of laughs. I haven't watched the original Get Smart TV series, but the movie does a good job in packing the story in a short time. But if you've watched the trailer, there'll be a few "supposed to be funny but not the second time" scenes. ("Mom mom mom mom" part in the trailer made several people laugh, but the theatre was dead silent during that part in the actual movie) Still, it has plenty of funny parts even after getting spoiled by the trailer. We've planned to watch Wall-E this Sunday, and maaaaybe Wanted before Hancock premiers. I'll add them if anybody even reads this. I thought having spoiler box for each movie would increase readability, if you feel like it's freaking annoying just say so I'll take out the spoiler boxes.