One big recommendation and one, "I think I really recommend this..." Rust and Bone (Marion Cotillard) - This was pretty much a perfect movie in my opinion. I checked to see if it won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film and who beat Cotillard for Best Actress. It got no Oscar nominations!!! WTF??!! I think Cotillard was better in this than La Vie En Rose, but the real star of this movie is the writing and directing. It's almost like watching a documentary of these people's lives, but better than that because the script has just enough structure to make every minute so watch-able. Can't rave enough about this one. The other one I'm fairly sure I'm raving about lol is Cloud Atlas. I started watching it late last night and had to fight to not stay up really late to finish watching it (it's almost three hours long). I didn't feel the movie dragged at any time, maybe that's because they had so many storylines happening at so many different time periods. Each scene moved quickly to the next, no time wasted. The reason I sound confused about recommending this one is because I don't really understand it....and don't really care about that! In the one DVD extra, Tom Hanks basically says the same thing. I guess he felt the project was so interesting and the script was so good that he didn't care about the need to fully understand everything because it was an incredible adventure to take part in. And I felt like that as a viewer. I know all white people like alike, but Gerard Butler and Channing Tatum REALLY ARE two different people!! Thanks. Just added that to my list.