Hey Barack! You seem like a nice guy in general, but what's with all these drone strikes? Shouldn't you at least be more than 95% sure that you're getting the actual terrorist, and without collateral damage?
Cake. ("Thank you for flying Church of England, cake or death?" "I asked for the vegetarian." "Ah, yes, the vegetarian, yes! There we go, Mr. Hitler. There we go... Like a bit of wine? Thank you very much... you Nazi shithead!")
It's easier (and better) to forgive, and never forget. If they pull that shit again, your trust will diminish for each time. There are, however, some occasions that do not deserve forgiveness, to the point where you just need to cut that someone out of your life. Revenge is usually not a good thing, though.
RED , with Bruce Willis, John Malcovich, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, and a lot of other big names. Of the ones I've rated highly in the past, RED is the one that still holds up after several re-watchings.
Nothing, come to think of it. I can't even say life, because what if even life as we know it isn't real? What if we're just beings living inside an advanced computer simulation, and we just don't know it yet? (Watch "The Matrix" films, and "The Thirteenth Floor", and you might see what I mean.)
Financial wealth (to the point where I don't have to worry/think about it), healthy body (and at a weight/size I'd be comfortable with), the ability to travel or observe through time (to be able to see the past or the future). That last one might be difficult, though. ;-)
If you were an activist what would want to protest against?
Breaches of basic human rights, as a general topic. If I have to pick something more specific, I would protest against punishments/judgements that do not fit the crime (and also where no actual crime has happened).