1) The Assasination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford - Internet buzz is that it's some sort of masterpiece, if the studio doesn't chop it down. An atmospheric Western, so that's two strikes right there. Hopefully Brad Pitt can help get the thing to the screen in a reasonably good form. 2) Snow Angels - David GOrdon Green's domestic drama/murder mystery has gotten the most buzz at Sundance so far. 3) Rescue Dawn - This should be Christian Bale's year, and it may start early with this performance. 4) My Blueberry Nights - Wong Kar-Wai does America! 5) Charlie Wilson's War - Tom Hanks as a drinkin' womanizin' Texas Congressman who won the 1980s Afghan War? Great book, suspect cast. 6) There Will Be Blood - Early oil industry period piece from Paul Thomas Anderson, his first film in five or so years. 7) The Golden Age - Can Cate Blanchett win two Oscars for playing the same hsitorical figure at two points in life? She takes up Elizabeth II again. Same cast and director. 8) No Country for Old Men - The Coen Brothers adapt Cormac McCarthy 9) Sweeney Todd - Depp sings! 10) 300 - The Spartan battle of Thermopylae re-imagined as a Frank Miller comic book. Looks like eye-catching CGI, if nothing else. So what am I missing? And don't say Spiderman 3 all at once!