The Good: The tale of a lonely robot's galaxy-wide quest for his true love (and incidentally, humanity's lone chance at survival) upholds Pixar's well-deserved reputation for jaw-dropping visuals and touching revelations.
The Bad: Youngsters won't notice the irony of a Disney film's anti-consumerism message, but it may irk adults... until they find out that WALL-E has been in development since Pixar was independent.
The Delicious: How WALL-E's cockroach companion never lets a pounding keep him down.
The Good: James McAvoy makes a convincing yuppie-turned-assassin and mows down enemies while looking almost as good as Angelina Jolie.
The Bad: All the kids who'll now think their panic attacks means they can jump fifty yards across rooftops.
The Delicious: When McAvoy reaps bloody vengeance on a building filled with master assassins.
The Good: Hancock's decision to hire a PR guy to change his image as a drunken, belligerent superhero is the kind of intelligent almost-breaking-the-fourth-wall-but-not-quite plot device that make film and comic geeks smile.
The Bad: Charlize Theron's entire story arc belonged in a different, more serious movie.
The Delicious: After Hancock stops a speeding train from killing a bystander, the surrounding mob criticizes his technique.
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
The Good: Wisecracks. Check. Creepy villains. Check. Visuals straight out of a Guillermo Del Toro's movie. Check.
The Bad: I love Selma Blair, but she was wrong for Liz Sherman in the first Hellboy film and nothing's changed for the second.
The Delicious: That Prince Nuada sure knows how to fight.
The Dark Knight
The Good: Heath Ledger's performance as the Joker has the fascinating, disturbing quality of picking a hideous scab -- you can't look away.
The Bad: Some of the schemes are needlessly complicated. You'll ask yourself afterwards, "why didn't they just __?
The Delicious: The Joker's "experiments" are common comic book fodder, but for once they look and feel realistic and tense as hell.
Journey to the Center of the Earth
The Good: The concept of traveling deep inside the Earth is as cool now as it was back in 1959 when the original film came out.
The Bad: Besides a floating rock sequence there aren't too many genuinely exciting moments.
The Delicious: It takes balls to disregard physics and the laws of nature so completely.
You want to know who else has balls? The other Large Association of Movie Blogs members. They've got the balls to stuff your face with huge, ripe movie nuggets.