I thought Transformers was pretty entertaining, though Shia LaBeouf's smart-alecky back-peddling dialogue and vocal delivery was a bit grating after awhile. I watched a widescreen copy on my 27" screen and had a bit of trouble making out the battling robots at times. But I thought it was worthwhile enough that I plan to watch it again before taking it back to the library.
Not as good was Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer. I thought the first FF outing was pretty average fare, and this sequel is on par with it's predecessor.
A young wheelchair-bound woman (Susan Strasberg), haunted by ghostly visions of her father, begins to think that her step-mother may have killed the old man to get his money in 1961's Scream of Fear. It's a decent horror film from this era. Also stars scream-king veteran Christopher Lee as the family physician.
An orphaned Norseman (Karl Urban) is adopted and raised by a coastal North American tribe after his countrymen's ship runs aground in The Pathfinder. When another wave of Vikings arrive, the young warrior must defend his adopted people against the onslaught of these foreign invaders and their advanced weaponry. Though not outstanding, I thought the film is worth a look.