The 2009 Rittenhouse X-Men Origins: Wolverine Autographs checklist features several big names, most notably Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds.
2011 Artbox Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 marks the final set of trading cards for the franchise. Autographs are plentiful but there are no costume or prop cards like Artbox's other Harry Potter releases.
2010 Artbox Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 trading cards follow a similar format as other films in the franchise with autographs, prop and costume cards garnering much of the attention.
2007 Breygent Vintage Poster Collection: Classic Sci-Fi and Horror trading cards showcase some of the greatest genre posters of all-time. All cards are over-sized and inserts include autographs and sketch cards.
1985 Hasbro Transformers trading cards take a deep dive into both the toy designs and the cartoons. The set remains popular decades later.
On the surface, 2010 Rittenhouse James Bond Heroes and Villains trading cards focus on the franchise's characters. However, they're joined by large autograph and memorabilia checklists as well as additions to longstanding insert sets.
2010 NECA Twilight: Eclipse Series 2 is a simple set that fills in some of the gaps left by the first release. It has no autographs.
2009 Rittenhouse James Bond Archives trading cards highlight 22 films. However, Quantum of Solace gets much of the attention.
1993 SkyBox Super Mario Brothers Movie trading cards bring the horrendous movie to the hobby. The checklist is a simple mix of base cards and holograms.
2007 Topps Transformers Movie trading cards kick off the live-action franchise with a mix of several types of cards including a major autograph and sketch cards.