I am a big South Park fan, and just thought Team America was so-so. The sex scene was funny and the scenes with the stupid actors were funny, but I thought it wasn't Stone/Parker's best work. I'd put it on the same level as a bad South Park episode, and there are a few of those.
The Aviator was better than I expected. I expected to be bored, but then was reminded about what an interesting guy Hughes was. I had read a couple books about him many years ago, but had forgotten a lot of the story. I actually put a Hughes documentary on my netflix list after seeing The Aviator. I liked that it focused on Hughes' good years, and not just when he was wacked out, which is what most of these stories are centered on. And Cate Blanchett is very good as Kate Hepburn. That has to be a hard role to play, because it's so easy to come off as cartoonish when playing Hepburn, but Cate did a great job.
I liked National Treasure a lot - and was surprised that I did. It's one of those movies where you can't sit there and pick it apart, you just have to go with it, and if you do, it's fun. All of those cliche movie review lines, "thrill ride," "non-stop action," "hold on" blah blah blah, actually apply to this one.
The Life Aquatic had its moments and is quirky in a good way, but overall is dull. There are some funny lines, but for the most part it's a waste of time. I don't even remember if I finished watching it.