Black Dynamite
The Book of Eli
Clash of the Titans
The Crazies
Date Night
From Paris with Love
Get Him to the Greek
Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Hot Tub Time Machine
I'm Still Here
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
Iron Man 2
The Kids Are All Right
Larry Crowne
Letters to Juliet
Love and Other Drugs
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
The Road
Robin Hood
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Shutter Island
A Single Man
Solitary Man
Super 8
Vantage Point
The Wolfman
Youth in Revolt

I gotta start by admitting something right off the bat: I did read Cormac McCarthy's novel The Road, but I didn't think it was the second coming that everyone else seemed to think it was. I certainly liked it, but it just didn't think it was as important and monumental and devastating as the hype led me to believe.
That said, so far I like the movie more than I expected to. Not a whole lot has happened so far, but I think the movie does a good job of putting you in the post-apocalyptic mood, and that's really all that needs to happen in the first ten minutes of this type of movie.
I am gonna keep watching. Even though I know what happens, I'm curious to see how the movie handles everything.
So I did watch the whole thing, and I did like it. I'm not gonna say that it's better than the book, a movie rarely is. However, because I was expecting so much from the book, I was probably destined to be disappointed, and inversely, I was expecting to be disappointed by the book, but found that it did about as good a job as a movie can in capturing the feeling of the book. If you're into bleak post-apocalyptic movie fare, then it's definitely worth watching.
I was really tired tonight. I mean, REALLY tired. And the color palette of this movie (there is no color) put me right to sleep. I didn't really care about this one too much, so I don't really give a crap.
(Bri: A new record for sleepy-head. I had to wake her up to write her impressions of the first "ten" minutes.)
I slept really well.