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Best And Worst Movies Of 2011
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Reviewed on 2012-01-05
It has been my pleasure over the past year to serve as the discerning eyes and ears at the movies for our faithful readers. Having finished my ninth year at this post, I now have the dubious distinction and prioritizing challenge of selecting my favorite motion pictures of 2011 as well as those I disliked the most. I have added secondary lists of very good films deserving honorable mention and stinkers to stay clear of that just missed the cut. This exercise is limited to movies that were released during the calendar year.

2011 Top 10 Flick Picks

    best movies of 2011
  1. Hugo
  2. The Help
  3. Incendies (Canada)
  4. Moneyball
  5. The Descendants
  6. Beginners
  7. Midnight in Paris
  8. The Artist
  9. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
  10. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows-Part II

Honorable Mention

Source Code, The Ides of March, Crazy, Stupid, Love., Like Crazy, We Bought a Zoo, Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol, My Week with Marilyn, Barney’s Version, Warrior, Rabbit Hole, Rango, Kung Fu Panda 2, Source Code, X-Men: First Class, Dolphin Tale, The Double Hour, Point Blank, The Whistleblower, Dolphin Tale and The Hedgehog

2011 Bottom 10 Flick Picks

  1. Somewhere
  2. Kaboom
  3. Road to Nowhere
  4. Cowboys & Aliens
  5. J. Edgar
  6. Horrible Bosses
  7. Biutiful (Mexico)
  8. Meek’s Cutoff
  9. The Greatest Movie Ever Sold
  10. Rubber

Dishonorable Mention

Everything Must Go, One Day, Drive, Casino Jack, Straw Dogs, Melancholia, Cold Weather, Unknown, Certified Copy, Martha Marcy May Marlene, and The Tree of Life

Review By:
Keith Cohen "The Movie Guy"

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