X-Men Origins: Wolverine looks laughably bad, but I find myself tempted to watch it. It's like my head says "what the hell are you thinking?" and my heart says "what the hell, it might be good for a laugh."
More than likely I'll probably end up watching Star Trek again with a friend who hasn't seen it yet. It's been a few years since I watched a movie more than once at the theater (I can't remember when the last time was), but it'll be cool to see Sulu looking like a badass again.
I came across this comic book cover recently at Marvel.com and I'd like to share it here:
Ms. Marvel #38 (Wolverine Art Appreciation Variant)
The Sentinels, monstrous constructions, signify the oppression mutants face in the X-Men universe. They are built to capture and control the mutant population, and they echo real human ignorance. But this cover art shows more than the terror of these machines. It shows an individual protecting his fallen comrade and friend. It focuses on the defiance of a few versus the unyielding authority of the many.
A great X-Men movie (there haven't been any thus far) would convey these emotions.