I would buy a Modern Warfare collection in a second. Modern Warfare 2 is right next to Halo and Counter-Strike as my favorite multiplayer FPS ever, so I'd take any chance I could to play that game with a renewed online community.
Without seeing The Master (why is it still not for rent on iTunes?) I'd say There Will Be Blood is his best, most original movie movie, though the characterization is a bit too simplistic for my tastes. Boogie Nights is probably my second favorite, and even though it's pretty derivative by comparison (owing a lot to Goodfellas and Pulp Fiction), it's got a much more humanist way of looking at its characters, which I prefer.
Dark Souls, Hotline Miami, The Witcher 2, BioShock Infinite, and Assassin's Creed II are my favorites.
And, for what it is, Modern Warfare 2 had some pretty excellent art design. People deride most recent shooters as being all grey and brown, and for the most part that's true, but MW2 did a lot to subvert that. Take a look at the oil rig level or the airplane scrapyard for instance - those are pretty damn striking as far as military shooters go.
I like choice in games, but I don't like overt morality systems. That is to say, I like games like Planescape and The Witcher 2 where you can make all sorts of choices that are free of good vs. evil binaries, while I'm less fond of stuff like Mass Effect and Infamous, where you're either a saint or a complete jackass.
Unless it somehow ends up being absolutely terrible, I plan on getting it. Of all the flashy character action games that have come around this past gen, the original Lords of Shadow is only second to Bayonetta in my book, so I'm definitely hyped.