Let Me In
The American remake of the Swedish film from a couple of years ago (which I still have not seen due to the fuckups in the subtitles on the DVD). The setting's been moved Los Alamos, but it's still the early eighties and looks it thanks to some spot-on costuming and sets. Usually American remakes suck ass, but this one appears to be very well done. Some have claimed it's even better than the original, but I will leave that judgment to someone that's seen both. Very bloody at times, and both young leads are excellent in their roles. Suspenseful and violent and affecting.
The Social Network
How do you make a entertaining movie about facebook where the narrative consists of flashbacks centered around lawsuit depositions? Get Aaron Sorkin to write the script, David Fincher to direct, and throw in a little Timberlake! Far more interesting than I'd have ever thought, and I loved the Sorkin rapid fire dialogue throughout (sometimes you couldn't laugh because the next line was already being said). No one is really the bad guy, they're all just following their nature. You understand why they do what they do, even if they don't. Accidental billionaires indeed. All the leads were great, even Timberlake as the the Napster inventor/douche.