I'm much better at getting my book reviews done than I am at getting films reviewed, but hey, I guess you can't do everything. Of the films I've recently seen, I absolutely loved Tim Burton's The Corpse Bride, as well as Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - I hadn't seen either before and they were so incredibly original. Very highly recommended.
I also finally saw Memoirs of a Geisha, which I thought was very good. I absolutely loved the book so was a bit wary of the movie, but I thought it was very well done.
Having finished watching the BBC adaptation of War and Peace, we thought it would be a good time to watch Woody Allen's Love and Death - it was so funny! Not his best, but cetainly worth watching.
I finally got around to watching 42nd Street and really liked that as well. I love musicals in general and I have a thing for the 30s anyway. So a musical about show business in the 30s was great. :-)
Oh yeah, and I watched The Sixth Sense again - I liked it the first time around and I enjoyed it this time too, now that I knew what was going on. I didn't spot any inconsistencies, which added some extra brownie points.
The only film I didn't like recently was Mars Attacks - it starts out great, so interesting, funny and original and then kind of deteriorates. I didn't even finish it!