Mean Girls- Surprisingly funny and insightful.
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself- Story of how Pancho Villa got support for his revolution by getting a movie made about it. Antonio Banderas is great in it. The movie that was made was the first hour long movie ("no one will want to sit through an hour long movie!"), and the most expensive to see ("how are we going to pay for this?", "we'll charge double!", "who's going to pay a nickel to see a movie!?").
American Splendor- Very...postmodern. They'll have a scene, then they'll go to behind the scenes to show us the actual people being portrayed. Really interesting.
OutFoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism- Enraging documentary about how the "news" is presented on Fox News. They show how Fox News has become essentially an arm of the current White House, how reporters are coerced into showing the conservative viewpoint, and how they try to mask it all as "Fair and Balanced".
SLC Punk- Really energetic movie about punks in Salt Lake City and the changes the main character is going through as he matures.
The Sopranos- I've watched the whole thing again. Seeing it again I realized how you kind of have to see the whole thing to get the full rewards--issues of racism, marital relationships, parenting, crime.
Da Ali G Show- Nuff said.
Mission Impossible 2- I won't get those 2 hours back.
Saved!- Funny but not that funny.
I think that's it.