Pan's Labyrinth - People have talked about this, so I will restrict my comments to the fact that this movie proves that Guillarmo del Toro cannot help but make an awesome movie.
Hellboy - Watching the above got me on a del Toro kick, and that's the only other one I have. Of course, it's an awesome movie in it's own right, and I like how deadpan Hellboy can be.
CSI Miami (Season 2) - I like the show (moreso than the other CSIs), and it makes for good background noise.
NUMB3RS (Season 1) - Neat idea, also good background noise. I like the concept of the show, and I think David Krumholtz is cute, so it's all good.
Doc Savage - This is such an old movie (recorded off cable sometime back in the eighties), and really it's pretty goofy in concept. Sort of comic book-pulp feel, based on a series of books. It kind of strikes me as "Captain America" meets "James Bond", which is a pretty odd combination. Popcorn flick, nothing really deep about it.
Hopscotch - Also a very old movie (on the same tape as Doc Savage, actually; my tape is dying, which is sad). Walter Matthau, among other people. Funny Cold War pseudo-spy flick; the spy is making various spy organizations look like idiots. Also a pretty decent popcorn flick.
The Goonies - There's not much to say about this, really. If you haven't seen it (although I'm sure everyone has), imagine a very dorky Indiana Jones in grade school. That would be pretty close.
The Hunt for Red October - THE Cold War/sub movie (K19: Widomaker was okay, but this was better). Sean Connery, nuff said. Although I will say that hearing a *very* Scottish actor speaking Russian is... odd.
Hudson Hawk - Do I really have to say anything about this?
Batman Returns - I watch it because I go all fangirl over Batman, but also because I like that version of Catwoman. Michelle Pfeiffer hit the perfect line between righteous fury and complete and utter psychosis. Oh, and watching her stalking Christopher Walken is fun too. The Penguin was just sort of disturbing, but that's okay.