I should have walked out of X-Men Origins: Wolverine on Tuesday night, but I kept thinking that it just had to get better. Important life lesson here: no, it really didn't. I'm astonished that they were able to make an X-Men movie significantly worse than X3: that must have taken some real effort. The actors don't embarrass themselves, but everything else (writing, direction, effects, cinematography, choreography, even editing) makes up a near-perfect exhibit of No-One Involved In The Making Of This Movie Actually Gave A Damn syndrome. I have, for my sins, seen worse movies in the cinema (Joe's Apartment, I'm looking at you), but that's saying much.
Still. Trek. Well worth waiting for.
(I'm also enjoying the first-season Trek Blu-ray set with both the original and "remastered" effects/soundtracks. The changes aren't actually all bad, and my purist side is kept in check by the presence of the original versions on the same discs. I didn't buy the "remasters" separately on DVD, and still wouldn't, but as extras they're pretty enjoyable.)