You can probably count on one hand the number of movie-licensed games that are worth your time. Usually, they're cheap cash-ins, rushed to the market so that they can come out the same week as the movie and have as much care and effort placed into them as the cheap plastic toys or other merchandise where the studio makes its real money. Of course, you can always hold out hope that you'll get a "Goldeneye 007" or "Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay" but those are few and far between.
But you can still hold out hope for the upcoming licensed games for "Terminator Salvation" and "GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra" if you like. You'll probably have a better chance with "Terminator" as there does seem to be some care placed into the game and judging solely from the trailer, it looks decent enough. But "GI Joe", well, I was shocked that this wasn't an XBLA or PSN game but something they're actually going to put on to discs and try to sell for $60 a pop. I don't want to say it looks terrible but, wait—that's exactly what I want to say. It looks terrible.