Children of Men — The nativity crossed with the apocalypse, of course i loved it.
Monsters vs. Aliens — AWESOME! (no really, that’s it, it’s not even an ironic “awesome!”)
Coraline — Gaiman’s version of Alice in Wonderland, gorgeous and life-affirming in that way Gaiman always is, but that you never really expect him to be.
Watchman — Took an original work and stuffed so much of it onto the screen that it TOTALLY RUINED IT, mostly because it got the spectacle, but missed the heart. (and once again, sorry, Honey!)
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian — about what you would expect; Amy Adams as Amelia was a lot of fun.
Up — can’t comment. still. bawling.
Star Trek — Squeee! But I feel kind of dirty about it.
Race to Witch Mountain — The most boring story about aliens ever!
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs — Cute story, fun characters, animation kind of didn’t work for me, not sure why.
Charlie Bartlett — You had me at, “Meet the principal, Robert Downey Jr.”
GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra — This is the kind of movie in which one character, without apparent irony, utters the exclamation, “Damn! That ninja’s fast!”
9 – Bury my heart at Joe-Ann’s fabrics.
Bride Wars — This spot sat here blank for a while while I thought about it, which I guess is it’s own review, isn’t it?
X-Men Origins: Wolverine — I’m glad I read so many negative comments because by the time I actually watched it, I found I really enjoyed it. Huh.
27 Dresses — Shouldn’t say this out loud, but I kind of want to be James Marsden when I grow up.
Fool’s Gold — Out of all the movies I’ve seen this year, this was one of them.
I love You, Man! — Relatable in a way that made me deeply, deeply afraid.
And that’s about all I can remember right now. Others, like HP:HBP I’ve already commented on, and there were many I meant to see, but haven’t yet (Terminator, 2012, Jennifer’s Body, Zombieland, Avatar, etc). And I guess that’s my “The year in cinema” post you have to write so you get your card stamped or they throw you out of the guild.