If you enjoy a funny comedy - Goin' the Distance.
If you like action - Knight and Day or The Town ....I also recommend Salt - based on the comic book of the same name.
Now, if you want a movie with a mix of comedy and something a lil' sad - Karate Kid's it. That is a remake of the original The Karate Kid.
Two movies I want to watch are Hunt to Kill and The Stranger - both are Steve Austin films. His debut movie condemned was just freakin' awesome.
Salt - (not bad, not brilliant, but quite watchable 6.5/10 )
Inception - (Good, you have to follow it closely though 7/10)
The Social Network - (Excellent - very "talky" so if you like action pics you won't like this at all 9/10)
If it doesn't have to be new... Saving Private Ryan
When the movie comes to the cemetery scene at the very end, all I could think about were the men I had served with and the ones we lost. As the credits finished, I was alone with my wife in a dark empty theater, still in tears.
Could you ever live up to that debt? Fifty years later, viewing their graves, he turns to his wife pleading, “Tell me I'm a good man!” In other words, “Tell me I didn't waste those men's lives! Tell me I lived up to them! Tell me I didn't waste away my life bought with their blood!”
Even writing these words, I still well up. I think they're thoughts that ever one of us who have been in combat and lived through it feel just below the surface every day, not a conscious thought, but ever present all the same.