The Road on DVD. Being a filmed version of the bestselling book The Roadby Cormac Mccarthy (a book I not yet have read but which is standing in my library - but these days I prefer watching movies first and then reading the book because it's usually less frustrating).
As far as I am concerned The Road is not a good template for Gamma games, as the world is just to low tech, too dark and bleak and survival is much more "down to earth brutal" than I would expect for my usual Gamma campaigns. Nonetheless the movie IMHO is a great postapocalyptic movie with a very believable depiction of the travels of a father and his son through a devastated United States with cannibals and everything else one would expect in a world going down the drain.
I loved the visuals of the movie as everything is believably dirty and destroyed. Characterization focusses on the two main persons, Viggo Mortenson playing a great main character.
The Morrow Project, Aftermath or Twilight 20XX it's nonetheless a great inspiration for imagining the initial days after the Final Wars... in remote areas not quite overrun by mutants and high tech effects.
As far as I am concerned I'm giving this movie five out of view nukes as it managed to move me on an emotional level, had great characters, believable visuals and a decent plot. I was hoping the best for the characters and got some nice ideas for more down to earth campaigns. Therefor I can recommend watching the movie to anyone interested in more believable apocalyptic scenarios. As I have not yet read the books I can't comment on how well the movie holds up to the book but I will get back to that when I have read the book at some point.
Now go out and rent or buy the movie and enjoy it ;-)