Mashups are hot. Music mashups, video mashups, web mashups.
So, with Oscar Weekend upon us, we thought we'd slice-and-dice some of the past year's most popular movie concepts. Here then are HuffPost's Favorite Movie Mashups of 2005 (props to HuffPost mashup meister Tom Spath).
Memoirs of a 40-Year-Old Virgin Geisha
A nine-year-old is trained as a geisha in pre-World War II Japan -- and then doesn't get asked out for three decades.
A Depression-era pre-op transsexual dreams of becoming heavyweight champion of the world.
Crash, and Good Luck
A racist Los Angeles cop caring for a sick father finds comfort in old black & white news footage of Sen. Joseph McCarthy.
Batman Begins to Walk the Line
The Caped Crusader falls for a vivacious country singer who disapproves of his late-night carousing and addiction to latex.
Melinda and Melinda and the Goblet of Fire
It's part comedy, part drama -- but all magic -- as a troubled woman tries to complete three next-to-impossible tasks: finding a job, an apartment, and a date in Manhattan.
A brilliant, effeminate journalist researches racial tension and road rage in Los Angeles and becomes an advocate for the death penalty for reckless driving.
Wallace & Gromit in the Curse of the Squid and the Whale
A claymation cheese-lover and his sidekick dog investigate the breakup of a disturbing marriage at the Museum of Natural History.
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Brokeback Mountain
Don't panic -- it's just two cowboys in love. Not that there's anything wrong with that...
Mrs. Henderson Presents Munich
In World War II London, a wealthy widow assembles a crack team of nudie burlesque dancers to avenge her husband's death.
The Chronicles of Syrianarnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Oil Company
The Pevensie children join forces with the Lion God Aslan and the bearded Bad Back Clooney to try to get gas below $2.50 a gallon.
Now, it's your turn. Post your movie mashups in the comments section and we'll publish the best of them on Monday.