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Probably my favorite is Rambo for the sheer aggressiveness of the track, but I also enjoy the delicate and powerful use of the extra channels in Ghost Protocol as well. Having just recently upgrade to 7.2, I find the extra channels extremely beneficial.
Off the top of my head it would be Jurassic Park, since the question was favorite film with a 7.1 track, rather than favorite 7.1 track itself. That's assuming you weren't being literal by referring to a 7.1 "mix", as I don't believe JP was actually mixed - remixed rather - for 7.1, so much as converted from the original 6 channel audio for a faux 7.1 BD.
For movie quality, I'll go with Jurassic Park. But for sheer "whoa" factor of sound (apologies to Keanu Reeves), I'll go with Rambo. I haven't heard the Hugo track yet, so that's a good reason for me to win! :-)