Don't be alarmed: this is not an exhaustive list. It's for my own reflection and why not have you read it, too?
Movies I saw in the theater in 2012:
The Hunger Games. Once in Dubai and once at the Bagdad Theater in Portland which was really more about the theater than the movie.
The Avengers. I went to see this by myself when Jeremy and the girls were in the US. The movie had been out for a while and it was like a midnight showing at The Dubai Mall but it was packed. And the audience LOVED The Hulk. Every time he came on screen there was an audible excited reaction. It was bizarre. Is that a Middle East thing?
The Bourne Legacy. Portland.
Skyfall. Dubai. This is the second time we've gone to see a Bond movie on/around our anniversary (Casino Royale was the first). I loved the Jane Eyre-ness of Skyfall, didn't you?
As for stuff I watched on YouTube or iTunes rentals, I didn't keep track but mostly I watched Downton Abbey (season 2) and The Amazing Race. Also Sherlock. On Friday nights in December, Jeremy and I started watching (via YouTube) survival/wilderness shows featuring Ray Mears for some reason.
That's it. Four movies in the theater is about average for us. It's trickier here in the UAE because movie crowds are horribly misbehaved and Jeremy is hardly ever willing to go. Plus, the theaters are often freezing cold (I assume to accommodate those who are wearing abayas/veils) and the sound is always so loud. Pro tip: bring a hoodie and earplugs. Really.