Primer: Hey, I feel like watching a couple of junior Joe Fridays with Texas accents as they jabber pseudoscientific bullshit at each other for an hour and change. Why don't you throw in some kind of time machine or something that nobody understands, including, apparently, the two droning nerds themselves. Jump around in the narrative a lot (probably) and depict more than one version of each character (almost definitely), but make sure they're wearing the same clothes in almost every scene so it's hard to tell who or when. Please don't make a single direct statement about what's going on. You're smarter than the audience, and they need to know about it! And whatever you do, DON'T WRITE AN ENDING.*
Super Size Me: I had no idea that if you eat nothing but fast food for a month and burn as few calories as possible, you'll gain weight and your health will suffer. Groundbreaking! Also, Americans are fatty fat fatsos.
Ocean's Twelve: "This? You couldn't see this?" And the scene with Robbie Coltrane, and the laser-field dance thingy. Otherwise, it's been a week since I saw it and I can't exactly remember what it was about. They were in Europe or someplace?
Full Frontal: If you're thinking about renting this one because it's Soderbergh, relax, you're not really missing anything. Although it does answer one burning question: Are people in Los Angeles inherently more interesting than everybody else?** Otherwise, strictly for fans of David Duchovny's wiener. (Oh, and of Nicky Katt's trademark scene-stealing. If they just took the 5-10 minutes he was onscreen and put that on a DVD, it would be worth renting.)
The Greatest American Hero, Season 1, Disc 1: Nostalgia is a moron.
Tadpole: Was it Howard Hawks who said a good movie is three good scenes and no bad scenes? Well, this one got halfway there, but then they went and shot a bunch of stuff without Bebe Neuwirth.
Shaolin Soccer: This one dude kicks the ball so hard, it totally rips all this other dude's clothes off. Gay!
Intacto: This is a Spanish movie about an underground society of people who can absorb the luck of others just by touching them. Then they do stuff like run across busy freeways blindfolded, or play reverse Russian Roulette, and bet on it. It's in Spanish, mostly, except the parts with Max Von Sydow. He plays the luckiest guy in the world, who's also probably the most miserable. I kind of liked it.
*The most annoying thing? Even with all that, I didn't actually hate it.
**SPOILER ALERT: No.