My vote is The Kings Speech. A film about facebook sounds truly riveting :uhh: and I don't think Black Swan quite fits my film style. Granted, my choice is purely because I think the music in the trailer is beautiful, not so much down to the content of the trailer.
I'll start off by saying it was marred by an altercation with the pinhead next to me who couldn't finish up her texting during the previews and so spent the first five minutes of the film checking her thing for responses. She had the gaul to claim she wasn't talking on it, she's allowed to look at it. I had to threaten her with expulsion. Man, theatre-going has really gone downhill.
It was well done. A real psycho-thriller. They stayed away from hackeyed cliches and made a believable story. Would make a good double bill with a film from many years back called http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0095871/" [Broken].
She picked King's Speech. I went along. Had to sit separately even though I had bought tix on Yahoo. Better than I expected; quite dramatic and well-played, it truly built up to the finale. At the end the audience let out an audible sigh of relief, at least a couple of people were tearful. I give it 9/10.