UPDATE: Well, we don't have to worry about the Olympics postponing the Michael J. Fox Show, because the show's been canceled. I guess I can't be too surprised, it was cute, but I had a feeling that it wasn't going to last. The Crazy ones is much better. Yeah, that was a good episode! Now that all my Wednesday night favorite programs have aired, I get to sit down and Watch Thor 2! I'm so excited they released the HD digital version 2 weeks early. I just love the hidden scenes! Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler How the Collector got his hands on an infinity stone (referring to the stones of the infinity Gauntlet which Thanos ends up wielding (probably in Avengers 3 or 4). I never heard him say, "one down... five to go" before. I must of missed that. That must mean he's working for Thanos to collect all six stones. And right there, amongst all the collectables was Adam Warlock's cacoon (in the comics, he was really the only one who could stop Thanos and his ultimate power given to him by the Infinity Gauntlet.) This just keeps on getting better. Second, if you don't want spoilers for Captain America 2... don't watch the trailer and the behind the scenes of Captain America: The Winter Soldier. HUGE spoilers in that preview. I mean, so huge, it might just ruin the biggest twist of the movie. I can't believe they revealed that much. And holy CROW! That mini movie with Ben Kingsley ALL HAIL THE KING! Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler They totally fixed the screw up in Iron Man 3. Just maybe, we'll end up getting the real Mandarin! That is awesome how they fixed that blunder of how the Mandarine was just actor! I love how the real Mandarin broke him out of jail in order to make him pay for stealing his name. Now, it makes Iron Man 3 a little more enjoyable. As the cameo from Sam Rockwell! Classic! Update: I crossed off the first movie on my list. The Lego movie was very cute. I was ready to put that in my not surprisingly disappointed, and almost did until the end of the movie. It had to be one of the most ingenious endings to an animated film I've seen. It was surprising and touching. All I will say without giving spoilers is that it makes the rest of the movie better. I have to put this movie in my surprisingly good movies. Would I recommend this movie? I would recommend seeing this movie at least once, whether you are the type to wait until it comes out onto disk or the type to go see everything in the theaters... it's definitely worth seeing at least once. UPDATE: Okay, it's been 24 hours and I've been debating whether I should update this, and I decided what the heck. After contemplating what I saw, I would definitely put The Lego Movie in my very good movies. It is very brilliant, touching, and I think the critics are right the head on this one. This movie may be a very strong contender for best animated feature next year. I would dare say it is a surprise hit. I would rate it up there with Toy Story 3.