Sherlock Holmes [B-] Men in Black [A] Up in the Air [A] Star Trek: The Motion Picture [D+] I'm Not There [A] Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (2009) [D-] American Violet [B ] Inglourious Basterds [A] Death at a Funeral [B ] A Serious Man [A] The Hurt Locker [A-] Mad Max 2 (AKA The Road Warrior) [C] The Book of Eli [C-] Elegy [B+] Close Encounters of the Third Kind [A] The Invention of Lying [B-] Gamer [C] Timecrimes [A] Metropolis [A] Pandorum [B ] Raiders of the Lost Ark [A] Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade [A] Moon [A] Fun with Dick and Jane [C] Sunshine [C] Stanley Kubrick's The Killing [B+] Ernest Hemingway's The Killers (1964) [A-] Ernest Hemingway's The Killers (1946) [B+] Glengarry Glen Ross [B-] Gattaca [A] The Big Chill [ B] The Producers [A] Rent [C+] Blade Runner [A] My Cousin Vinny [B-] Zombieland [ B] Infernal Affairs [A] The Walker [F] Starship Troopers [A] Mrs. Washington Goes to Smith [F] The things I watch on television when the cable box goes out and I can only watch the local channels...and the girlfriend says, "let's watch this!" Instead of talking about that, though, let me bring up Gone Baby Gone. I only saw the film in the theatre, but I didn't like it that much. What you find to be an interesting structure, CaptainCanada, I found to be annoying--the film is basically two parts conjoined by some awkward voice over. Not a bad outing for a first-time director, though. Perhaps I should give it another chance on DVD.