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The Best Movies of 2011! (So far...)

Jul. 15, 2011by:

OK folks, weíre halfway through 2011, and now, just before the next wave of summer blockbusters hits us, is probably as good a time as any to look back at the movies that hits screens throughout the first six months. So how has 2011 chalked up so far? Read onÖ

BEST BLOCKBUSTERS


X-MEN: FIRST CLASS : While itís been struggling a tad at the box office compared to the previous installments, I doubt anyone would argue that FIRST CLASS is not only the finest X-MEN film since X2, but also one of the best films of the year- blockbuster or not. I dug the hell out of this flick and I know a lot of you share my opinion on this one. Matthew Vaughn redeemed the franchise here, with a unique, sixties-James Bond style vibe, and a pitch-perfect performance from Michael Fassbender as Magneto. Despite being the lowest grossing film of the franchise, itís still had good legs at the box office, and hopefully this wonít be Vaughnís only shot at the franchise, as heís got the knack.


SUPER 8 : While Iím maybe not quite as hot on this one as a lot of you, I still really enjoyed it for what it was, which is a nostalgic throwback to the Ambliní blockbusters we grew up with in the late-seventies/eighties. Itís also nice to see something thatís not a sequel/superhero flick do some damage at the box office.


BRIDESMAIDS : Speaking of doing damage at the box office- how about BRIDESMAIDS? Itís the sleeper hit of the year, already raking up $158 million. Itís made a star out of Kristen Wiig (I hope), and itís proven once again that a film doesnít need a mega-budget, or huge stars to capture an audience. Sometimes, all it has to be is, ya know- good.

BEST ARTHOUSE


TREE OF LIFE: OK, so this is definitely not a film for everyone, but, say what you will about Terrence Malick, his film cannot be dismissed. Personally, I loved TREE OF LIFE, although, Iíd wager that in Malickís cannon, itís far from my favorite (with that spot still belonging to BADLANDS). However, itís still a great film, and if thereís really a three hour cut out there, bring it on!


MIDNIGHT IN PARIS: Woody Allenís finest film in years and a real sleeper hit, as far as the Woodmanís films go. Itís a charming rom-com, featuring some gorgeous scenery, some gorgeous women (Marion Cottilard, and Rachel McAdams), and a real comeback performance by Owen Wilson, whoís better here than Iíve ever seen him outside of a Wes Anderson film.


BEGINNERS: Why arenít more people seeing this? This is a deeply affecting indie comedy starring Ewan MacGregor, as a man who tries to open himself up to an intriguing new woman (Melanie Laurent), while dealing with the scars left behind by the untimely death of his father (Christopher Plummer), who, shortly before passing, announced that heís gay. Despite being an under-the-radar film, expect this to get some play later on this year around awards time, as Plummer seems a shoe-in for a long overdue Oscar nod.


SUBMARINE : The directorial debut of Richard Ayoade, of THE IT CROWD, SUBMARINE was my favourite film of last yearís TIFF, and probably the least maudlin coming of age film youíre ever likely to see. I adored it. It also has a great song score by Alex Turner of The Artic Monkeys, which might actually convince me to give them another shot after suffering through a really half-assed concert they gave in Montreal a few years ago (thirty-five minutes, no encore- boo!!!!!!!).

BEST FILMS THAT HAVENíT COME OUT YET


TAKE SHELTER: A brilliant piece of work by Jeff Nichols (SHOTGUN STORIES: if you havenít seen it, watch it!), TAKE SHELTER, which I was lucky enough to catch at Sundance, features the amazing Michael Shannon as a family man suffering from apocalyptic visions. Imagine CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, minus the aliens, as directed by circa 1978 Terrence Malick (when he was linear), and youíve got an idea of the kind of ride youíre in for. My personal favourite of the year so far.


MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE: Another amazing Sundance selection, this is the harrowing tale of a young woman, played by the phenomenal Elizabeth Olson, who escapes a cult run by a creepy but magnetic John Hawkes (even better here than he was in WINTERíS BONE), and tries to re-establish a normal life for herself. The last forty minutes of this are among the most harrowing Iíve spent in a movie theater all year. For me, THIS is a real horror film.

BIGGEST SURPRISE


HANNA : Joe Wrightís child assassin tale is easily the best action film of the year so far, due to some dizzying technique (that one-shot underground parking lot fight is incredible), a pulse-pounding score by The Chemical Bros., and two standout performances by Saoirse Ronan, and Eric Bana (why isnít this guy a mega-star?).

WORST OF THE YEAR:

Alas, this is a long list, with several truly bad films having already seen the light of day, including PASSION PLAY, which Iíve been dedicated to warning people away from since last yearís TIFF. No film can possibly measure up to its level of badness, but the following give it a good shot: RED RIDING HOOD, LARRY CROWNE, SUCKER PUNCH, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES, THE DILEMMA, and sadly, GREEN LANTERN.

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1:27PM on 07/18/2011

RANGO!!!!!

Can't seem to get anyone to agree with me, but I still insist that RANGO is the best movie of the year so far. That said, SUPER 8 would be a close second, with MIDNIGHT IN PARIS taking third.
And I'll agree with some that SUCKER PUNCH wasn't nearly as bad as so many have made it out to be.
I have to agree with GREEN LANTERN, what a total letdown.
Can't seem to get anyone to agree with me, but I still insist that RANGO is the best movie of the year so far. That said, SUPER 8 would be a close second, with MIDNIGHT IN PARIS taking third.
And I'll agree with some that SUCKER PUNCH wasn't nearly as bad as so many have made it out to be.
I have to agree with GREEN LANTERN, what a total letdown.
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7:34AM on 07/18/2011
I thought XMEN First Class was a bit of a let down....the editing was awful
I thought XMEN First Class was a bit of a let down....the editing was awful
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5:33PM on 07/16/2011
I agreed with most of this, though I think Source Code and Thor should get a little love too.
I agreed with most of this, though I think Source Code and Thor should get a little love too.
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5:09PM on 07/16/2011

Can't agree more

Great choices all around. Although I'm a little bit in disagreement with First Class, just wasn't totally sold on it. But it's definitely one of the better flicks out this year.

And I couldn't agree more about Sucker Punch, maybe the worst movie of all year, even below Passion Play. Talk about a movie that makes no sense. Snyder is an amazing director with great vision for films, but maybe he can't be trusted with his own source material and is better at adapting other people's work?
Great choices all around. Although I'm a little bit in disagreement with First Class, just wasn't totally sold on it. But it's definitely one of the better flicks out this year.

And I couldn't agree more about Sucker Punch, maybe the worst movie of all year, even below Passion Play. Talk about a movie that makes no sense. Snyder is an amazing director with great vision for films, but maybe he can't be trusted with his own source material and is better at adapting other people's work?
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1:57PM on 07/16/2011
Hanna sucked. It was one of the most hollow experiences I've had with a movie. Just because it employs "artsy" techniques doesn't make it amazing, and niether does that extended tracking shot trick Wright pulls every single movie.
Hanna sucked. It was one of the most hollow experiences I've had with a movie. Just because it employs "artsy" techniques doesn't make it amazing, and niether does that extended tracking shot trick Wright pulls every single movie.
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10:54AM on 07/16/2011
Sucker Punch wasn't bad, it was just different. And I like Green Lantern.
Sucker Punch wasn't bad, it was just different. And I like Green Lantern.
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4:04AM on 07/16/2011

maybe iīm just weird

i loved Sucker Punch. I dont know why people dont see the emotional part about friendship and sacrifice.

Midnight in Paris was amazing. The Tree if Life have a VERY slow beginning and a great second half. Great directigng.

worst i would say Zookeeper and best surprise was Transformers (after wat happened in 2)
i loved Sucker Punch. I dont know why people dont see the emotional part about friendship and sacrifice.

Midnight in Paris was amazing. The Tree if Life have a VERY slow beginning and a great second half. Great directigng.

worst i would say Zookeeper and best surprise was Transformers (after wat happened in 2)
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11:29AM on 07/16/2011
Loving "Sucker Punch" does not make you weird, it makes you freaking awesome!

Was "Zookeeper" that bad? I have yet to see it.
Loving "Sucker Punch" does not make you weird, it makes you freaking awesome!

Was "Zookeeper" that bad? I have yet to see it.
8:51PM on 07/15/2011
ah yes the famous best of list where people always disagree, the only film mentioned I agree with is X-Men: First Class as it redeemed the franchise in a huge way. As much as i hate the word I think Bridesmaids is the most overrated hit so far, i laughed like 3 times & the characters were dismal for a comedy & yes I am a Kristen Wiig fan mind you. Super 8 did have some great acting from the kids but the final 20 mins just ruined it for me. As far as worse films of the year I would agree with
ah yes the famous best of list where people always disagree, the only film mentioned I agree with is X-Men: First Class as it redeemed the franchise in a huge way. As much as i hate the word I think Bridesmaids is the most overrated hit so far, i laughed like 3 times & the characters were dismal for a comedy & yes I am a Kristen Wiig fan mind you. Super 8 did have some great acting from the kids but the final 20 mins just ruined it for me. As far as worse films of the year I would agree with all except Sucker Punch, which i enjoyed very much & it was original with nice visuals & not to mention the eye candy. I would add Bad Teacher to the worst list, it totally sucked big time & ios the most poorly edited film i have seen in years.
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8:30PM on 07/15/2011
I haven't seen either film on the "Not Out Yet" section, nor have I had the chance to see "Submarine". I have seen everything else on this list, and I literally couldn't disagree any bloody more.

Am I the only one to think that this year for movies has been shit so far?

The good ones we do have are damn good, but soo many, especially in this fucked summer, have been amazingly medicore or just plain shit.

Most Overrated-
Rango- worst movie ever.

X-Men First Class- Decent, at best.
I haven't seen either film on the "Not Out Yet" section, nor have I had the chance to see "Submarine". I have seen everything else on this list, and I literally couldn't disagree any bloody more.

Am I the only one to think that this year for movies has been shit so far?

The good ones we do have are damn good, but soo many, especially in this fucked summer, have been amazingly medicore or just plain shit.

Most Overrated-
Rango- worst movie ever.

X-Men First Class- Decent, at best. Bad editing, terrible Beast make-up, and a performance from Janurary Jones that makes Halle Berry as Storm look downright amazing (for the record, Berry is imo, the worst actress ever).

Bridesmaids- When it is funny, it's funny as hell, but it's mostly a mean-spirited, shitfest. Maya Rudoplh's Lillian (the bride-to-be) is the worst onscreen friend of all fucking time.

Hanna- Ronan is great, the action scenes are brilliant, and the score is amazing! The problem is everything else. Hanna is never a human, and as such, any emotional beats the movie hits are 100% false.

The Hangover Part 2- Ugly, mean, and a remake of the first.

Seriously, why so much love for such medicore shit? I don't get it.

Best-
Sucker Punch- I know that a ton of people hate this movie, but this is one of those times where I feel they genuinely didn't get it.

The Adjustment Bureau- Damon and Blunt's chemistry is so intense it instantly pulls you in. The gorgeous cinematography, the interesting plot, and solid script? Icing on the cake.

Red State- Kevin Smith's new film is not quite a "Kevin Smith movie", but it totally is one at the same time. By turns funny, harrowing, scary, intense, and all around impressive, this horror/ teenage sex/ action/ comedy really does work.

The Big Bang- Banderas stars in this odd, original as hell noir film that I can't really describe but the experience of watching it was sublime.

Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night- A fantastic fusion of noir, supernatural, and the buddy comedy, this comic-based film hits all the right notes. Brandon Routh as the titular lead is amazing.

Worst-
Rango- Worst movie of all time.

The Green Hornet- A confused mess. No one knew what kind of film to make, so they each tried to make a different one. The result is not funny, nor does it have decent action scenes.

The Hangover Part 2- Please see above.

Green Lantern- Every superhero cliche is here, in the most half-assed way possible. The CGI actually hurt to look at (not joking), and 90% of the Earth-based scenes (which is a good 90% of the film) are the same damn thing over and over. Do something movie!

Transformers: Dark Of The Moon- Just as shitty as "Revenge". The action is still hard to follow because the Decepticons (sp?) all look exactly alike. Plus, why did every single one of the human characters have a quirk? Fuck everyone for giving this movie money, and allowing Bay to continue his shitfest.

Most Underrated-
Sucker Punch.

Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night.
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8:30PM on 07/15/2011
Double Post, sorry!
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7:23PM on 07/15/2011
Sucker Punch was a good/fun movie that had a different style to it. Hanna and Xmen are way overated. Bridesmaid was funny as hell.
Sucker Punch was a good/fun movie that had a different style to it. Hanna and Xmen are way overated. Bridesmaid was funny as hell.
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6:58PM on 07/15/2011
Favorites: Source Code, X-men, Horrible Bosses, Potter, Midnight in Paris, Cedar Rapids
Disliked: Thor
Overall a great year for movies so far, I still haven't seen a few that I'd like to: Sucker Punch, Rango (I own both but haven't popped them in yet).
Favorites: Source Code, X-men, Horrible Bosses, Potter, Midnight in Paris, Cedar Rapids
Disliked: Thor
Overall a great year for movies so far, I still haven't seen a few that I'd like to: Sucker Punch, Rango (I own both but haven't popped them in yet).
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5:14PM on 07/15/2011

Come on admit it - Sucker Punch did suck

I like watching girls in skimpy outfits too but that film was shit. Snyder is just a glorifed video director - everything he does looks like a cross between a Fallout Boy video and a perfume commercial. I quite liked the songs, maybe he should just have produced the album and left it at that

Best so far - X-Men:First Class, Tree of Life, Melancholia
I like watching girls in skimpy outfits too but that film was shit. Snyder is just a glorifed video director - everything he does looks like a cross between a Fallout Boy video and a perfume commercial. I quite liked the songs, maybe he should just have produced the album and left it at that

Best so far - X-Men:First Class, Tree of Life, Melancholia
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4:45PM on 07/15/2011

THE BEST MOVIES OF 2011

you forgot the crucial 'ACCORDING TO CHRIS BUMBRAY'
you forgot the crucial 'ACCORDING TO CHRIS BUMBRAY'
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4:23PM on 07/15/2011

Meh...

Whether I agree or not. Bumbray is a hack.
Whether I agree or not. Bumbray is a hack.
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4:22PM on 07/15/2011
umm wrong Green lantern was not one of the worst of the year if anything that goes to bad teacher that film was terrible.
umm wrong Green lantern was not one of the worst of the year if anything that goes to bad teacher that film was terrible.
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3:36PM on 07/15/2011
Right now, my best of the year are: Rango, 13 Assassins, Troll Hunter, Source Code, and Bridesmaids. Honorable mention: Paul, Thor, and Scream 4
Worst: Green Lantern, Sucker Punch (yes, it really is that bad, especially if you've ever played a videogame in the past 20 years, then you've seen the cut scenes already), Super 8 (while the kid acting was good, I've seen this movie done LOTS better 30 years ago), Cars 2: The Quest for More Money, Zookeeper, Mr. Poopers Penguins, POTC 4, Green
Right now, my best of the year are: Rango, 13 Assassins, Troll Hunter, Source Code, and Bridesmaids. Honorable mention: Paul, Thor, and Scream 4
Worst: Green Lantern, Sucker Punch (yes, it really is that bad, especially if you've ever played a videogame in the past 20 years, then you've seen the cut scenes already), Super 8 (while the kid acting was good, I've seen this movie done LOTS better 30 years ago), Cars 2: The Quest for More Money, Zookeeper, Mr. Poopers Penguins, POTC 4, Green Hornet, Big Momma 3, Drive Angry, and Arthur.
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2:21PM on 07/15/2011
Well, we're all entitled to our own opinions... and however it is we choose to express them. At least "The Tree of Life" and "Midnight in Paris" are getting shout-outs in some form. I'm looking forward to seeing "Beginners".
Well, we're all entitled to our own opinions... and however it is we choose to express them. At least "The Tree of Life" and "Midnight in Paris" are getting shout-outs in some form. I'm looking forward to seeing "Beginners".
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1:33PM on 07/15/2011
Not to sound like everyone else here, but I agree that Sucker Punch shouldn't be even close to the worst movie of the year. Not even in the same breath as those other movies listed.

Otherwise I really agree with this list, and am looking forward to Take Shelter quite a bit.
Not to sound like everyone else here, but I agree that Sucker Punch shouldn't be even close to the worst movie of the year. Not even in the same breath as those other movies listed.

Otherwise I really agree with this list, and am looking forward to Take Shelter quite a bit.
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1:33PM on 07/15/2011

Sucker Punch, really?

Cīmon, I would prefer Sucker Punch anyday over Hanna, I didnīt like it one bit, a cool 30 sec parking lot fight doesnīt make a film good
Cīmon, I would prefer Sucker Punch anyday over Hanna, I didnīt like it one bit, a cool 30 sec parking lot fight doesnīt make a film good
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1:41PM on 07/15/2011
Dude you stole my title. A full 14-minutes after I posted my comment. Not cool, dude. Not cool.
Dude you stole my title. A full 14-minutes after I posted my comment. Not cool, dude. Not cool.
1:19PM on 07/15/2011

Sucker Punch? Really?

I don't agree with a bunch of stuff on the list. Sucker Punch isn't as horrible as people make it out to be. It's just unique. It has a very different sense of pacing and style and storytelling, and I get why that may put some people off, but worst movie? Not really. It was pretty cool. And hate on POTC4 all you want, but that flick was fun. Lots of fun. And as much as I love Transformers, TF3 not being on that Worst List only says that you accept certain movies for being mediocre (TF3) while
I don't agree with a bunch of stuff on the list. Sucker Punch isn't as horrible as people make it out to be. It's just unique. It has a very different sense of pacing and style and storytelling, and I get why that may put some people off, but worst movie? Not really. It was pretty cool. And hate on POTC4 all you want, but that flick was fun. Lots of fun. And as much as I love Transformers, TF3 not being on that Worst List only says that you accept certain movies for being mediocre (TF3) while you bash others that do the exact same thing (POTC4).

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12:49PM on 07/15/2011
Sucker Punch was definitely not perfect but a contender for worst film of the year it is not. Sure it was critically panned, but for a certain type of viewer, it was an absolute treat and unlike anything you'll see all year.
Sucker Punch was definitely not perfect but a contender for worst film of the year it is not. Sure it was critically panned, but for a certain type of viewer, it was an absolute treat and unlike anything you'll see all year.
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12:47PM on 07/15/2011
No Transformers on the worst list/ Really? Your acceptance to mediocre and just bad films just because they have a few good action scenes is astounding.
No Transformers on the worst list/ Really? Your acceptance to mediocre and just bad films just because they have a few good action scenes is astounding.
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12:15PM on 07/15/2011
Sucker Punch was awesome. People who don't have an imagination didn't get it.
Sucker Punch was awesome. People who don't have an imagination didn't get it.
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12:01PM on 07/15/2011
I agree with pretty much everything in this article, except for Sucker Punch, which I loved. Can't wait to see the Sundance films you've been praising all year.
I agree with pretty much everything in this article, except for Sucker Punch, which I loved. Can't wait to see the Sundance films you've been praising all year.
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11:59AM on 07/15/2011
can i really be the only person on earth who liked Sucker Punch?
can i really be the only person on earth who liked Sucker Punch?
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8:55PM on 07/15/2011
nope i liked it alot
nope i liked it alot
11:51AM on 07/15/2011
Hanna... not buy it. Just another BOURNE wannabe with bad action sequences and stupid characters (why everyone is a geek there?). FIRST CLASS is my favourite, but if we are talking about best of 2011 and not only summer, SOURCE CODE and RANGO should be in the list.
Hanna... not buy it. Just another BOURNE wannabe with bad action sequences and stupid characters (why everyone is a geek there?). FIRST CLASS is my favourite, but if we are talking about best of 2011 and not only summer, SOURCE CODE and RANGO should be in the list.
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11:48AM on 07/15/2011
X-Men First Class is the most overrated movie of the year so far.
X-Men First Class is the most overrated movie of the year so far.
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11:54AM on 07/15/2011
I think that title goes to Super 8, honestly.
I think that title goes to Super 8, honestly.
12:17PM on 07/15/2011
Tash you couldn't be any more wrong. Super 8 was fantastic. I liked X-Men 1st class but it was totally inaccurate.
Tash you couldn't be any more wrong. Super 8 was fantastic. I liked X-Men 1st class but it was totally inaccurate.
12:48PM on 07/15/2011
Haven't seen Super 8 but it looked lame.
Haven't seen Super 8 but it looked lame.
1:34PM on 07/15/2011
I must admit, I don't get all the First Class love myself. It was a good film but not a great one and the cast, while good, is inferior in every way to the cast of the first 2 films.
I must admit, I don't get all the First Class love myself. It was a good film but not a great one and the cast, while good, is inferior in every way to the cast of the first 2 films.
11:47AM on 07/15/2011
Horrible Bosses far exceeded my expectations. hilarious ensemble
Horrible Bosses far exceeded my expectations. hilarious ensemble
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11:31AM on 07/15/2011
Nice list but for me Thor is right there with X-Men First Class as best blockbuster. I really didn't care for Hanna that much at all.

Worst of the year: Hall Pass, Green Lantern or Priest.
Nice list but for me Thor is right there with X-Men First Class as best blockbuster. I really didn't care for Hanna that much at all.

Worst of the year: Hall Pass, Green Lantern or Priest.
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10:52AM on 07/15/2011
great list Chris I havent seen everything but i agree with you on most sucker punch is easily the worst film i have seen this year and i cant wait to pick up a copy passion play from your glowing reviews
great list Chris I havent seen everything but i agree with you on most sucker punch is easily the worst film i have seen this year and i cant wait to pick up a copy passion play from your glowing reviews
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12:18PM on 07/15/2011
Sucker Punch kicked ass you are just really lame.
Sucker Punch kicked ass you are just really lame.
1:26PM on 07/15/2011
"Sucker Punch kicked ass you are just really lame."

What an insightful critique.
"Sucker Punch kicked ass you are just really lame."

What an insightful critique.
10:43AM on 07/15/2011
This really HAS been a good year for film! I mean, like you mentioned, there are duds too, but that's to be expected! Can't wait to see just about everything in the Arthouse section... especially Submarine!
This really HAS been a good year for film! I mean, like you mentioned, there are duds too, but that's to be expected! Can't wait to see just about everything in the Arthouse section... especially Submarine!
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10:21AM on 07/15/2011

2011!

2011 has been good(Somewhat. The only one on there I didn't really get into, mainly because the ending was Super 8. X-Men was great. I haven't seen any of those arthouse films yet. I will definitely check out. HANNA WAS AWESOME. rEALLY SHOCKED AT HOW GOOD IT WAS! CHECK IT OUT!
2011 has been good(Somewhat. The only one on there I didn't really get into, mainly because the ending was Super 8. X-Men was great. I haven't seen any of those arthouse films yet. I will definitely check out. HANNA WAS AWESOME. rEALLY SHOCKED AT HOW GOOD IT WAS! CHECK IT OUT!
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10:18AM on 07/15/2011
i must say, i agree with 90% of your list, with the exception of Sucker Punch, i actually enjoyed it very much, so, in my list, is definitely not on the worst movies of the year at all...
i must say, i agree with 90% of your list, with the exception of Sucker Punch, i actually enjoyed it very much, so, in my list, is definitely not on the worst movies of the year at all...
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10:43AM on 07/15/2011
Yeah i liked Sucker Punch as well. Great visuals and action.
Yeah i liked Sucker Punch as well. Great visuals and action.
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10:05AM on 07/15/2011
I've seen all but Midnight in Paris and Hanna. All of the others are among my favorites of the year, although I didn't love X Men. Glad Beginners got a mention! It was excellent.
I've seen all but Midnight in Paris and Hanna. All of the others are among my favorites of the year, although I didn't love X Men. Glad Beginners got a mention! It was excellent.
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10:04AM on 07/15/2011
I can't believe you didn't include "Source Code", which for me, is easily the years best film. AND it's an original idea.

Otherwise I fully agree with "X Men First Class", "Super 8" & "Red Riding Hood".
I can't believe you didn't include "Source Code", which for me, is easily the years best film. AND it's an original idea.

Otherwise I fully agree with "X Men First Class", "Super 8" & "Red Riding Hood".
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9:53AM on 07/15/2011

Hanna

was an amazing film and i've been waiting for it to come out on bluray forever now! I need to see it again!
was an amazing film and i've been waiting for it to come out on bluray forever now! I need to see it again!
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9:25AM on 07/15/2011
Glad to see Hanna getting some love, it's easily going into my top 10 at the end of the year but it seems not many people have seen it.
Also I have got to see Bridesmaids and fast.
Glad to see Hanna getting some love, it's easily going into my top 10 at the end of the year but it seems not many people have seen it.
Also I have got to see Bridesmaids and fast.
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