Reading through all the replies, there isn't much i can add. But since you asked for everyone's opinion, here is mine!
As wpqx pointed out, I'd definitely go and see Hou's film and the new Lynch. The trailer really is terrific, and I wouldn't miss anything by Hou on the big screen (my one time experience was worth the admission and my 10 Euro taxi fare to get there in time at least five times!!).
From the rest I'll comment on the one's I've seen and you haven't (Personally I would rewatch Hero, Science of Sleep amnytime on the big screen, to mention only two).
If you have anything going with Hong Kong Cinema and at least a bit of appreciation of Shaw Brothers actionfilms (I'm sure you have), you need to watch "The One-Armed Swordsman". It's a classic and one of the best. You'll probably leave the cinema with a big grin on your face.
I would also recommend you watch
Climates (Iklimer) (2006) Dir: Nuri Bilge Ceylan. I'm not as enthusiastic about it as arsaib (though I haven't read his review yet) but it's a good film, and i wouldn't miss Ceylan on the big screen. He isn't a professional photographer for no reason!
Ok, I'll say something more. I haven't seen it, but you should probably check out The Family Friend (Lamico di famiglia) (2006) Dir: Paolo Sorrentino. His previous "The Consequences of Love" impressed me a lot and Sorrentino is surely one of the most talented Italian directors working at the moment.
I'd like to read more of your thoughts on Bamako. I watched it twice at the cinema and enjoyed it a lot. And the music is terrific.