I tried not to have too many spoilers here!
X-Men First Class - I was so excited for this film I actually saw it in theaters. I really like the era that it took place in. The depiction of Mystique bothered me a bit, but the male leads, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender were great.
Thor - I was quite excited for this as well and I also saw it in theaters. As far as superhero movies go, my favorite character would have to be Loki. He had a great amount of complexity. Special effects and portrayal of Asgard also blew me away.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows PT2 - I really liked this. Ever since I got to high school, I haven't been able to go back and reread the books as often as I liked so I didn't even notice the giant differences. I thought it was great entertainment and a fair ending. As they say, the journey ends. I even posted about this when I saw it.
Captain America - I loved the era that this film took place in too. I was really fighting for Steve since he was so small at first and this film actually gave me a lot more of a story than I was expecting. Steve is an interesting character. I wasn't that impressed by the conflict in the plot.
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides - I lost interest in the franchise a movie or two ago but I actually saw this in theaters on a whim. After I came out, I remember talking about the mermaids. I've always liked mermaids and I thought the depiction was quite good. I really liked the supporting characters this time round (I expected Will and Elizabeth again) but Johnny Depp isn't as exciting to me anymore.
Green Lantern - As much as I like Ryan Reynolds... I thought this was a weak movie. Space travel, superheros and aliens pretty much always make me happy but the relationship was icky in this movie. I liked the villain... but not as much as I loved Loki from Thor.
Sucker Punch - This looked so epic! But it was one of those cases where all the epicness was contained in the trailer. The film got boring every time it tried to progress the plot. '
The Immortals - I watched this at a dinner and a movie place! ...It was not a movie you should have watched while trying to eat. I watched this movie because I loved 300, but other than the gore, it just didn't compare. The movie was a lot of build up about a bow that was used less than five times. I didn't even think there were great fights in this film. Just torture porn.
Hangover 2 - I didn't watch part one because I thought I would hate it, but when part two came out, I watched both. I like Hangover a lot better than the second one, but it's really cute, crazy, mindless humor. Who can object to laughing? Now, if you think this isn't your brand of humor, I'd at least watch half an hour of it then decide. I didn't give it the chance it deserved at first.
Bridesmaids - There are many who call this Hangover for girls and I'm not sure what to feel about that. You can't look at the cast of all women and all men and determine based off of that. At parts, I found this much more foul and full of guy humor than Hangover. At the same time, the character development and the plot that drives the story is very much chick-flick material. This movie made me laugh and it made me cry.
Have you seen any of these? Agree or disagree with what I thought?