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[Movie] Your Top 10 Movies for 2011

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout' started by Cowboy_Bebop, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. percicles

    percicles Contributing Member

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    Drive
    Tree of Life
    Take Shelter
    Shame
    Elite Squad 2
    Attack the Block
    MI4
    Immortals
    Midnight in Paris
    Bridesmaids.
     
  2. rocketblaze

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    1. Warrior
    2. Harry Potter Deathly Hallow's Pt II
    3. X-Men 1st Class
    4. Money Ball
    5. Fast Five
    6. 30 minutes or less
    7. Captain America
    8. Kung Fu Panda 2
    9. Crazy, Stupid, Love
    10. Rango

    *Still need to see: 50/50, Tintin, The Girl w/t a Dragon Tattoo, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, MI4, Drive, Midnight in Paris and Harold & Kumar.
     
  3. The Real Shady

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    1. Drive
    2. Moneyball
    3. Girl with Dragon Tattoo
    4. Horrible Bosses
    5. X-Men First Class
    6. Desendents
    7. Crazy, Stupid, Love
     
  4. Haymitch

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    1. Drive
    2. 50/50

    The rest in no particular order:

    Shame
    Take Shelter
    Trollhunter
    X-Men: First Class
    Into the Abyss
    Hannah
    Super 8
    Crazy, Stupid, Love

    Still need to see:

    The Descendants, Martha Marcy May Marlene, Like Crazy, Girl with Dragon Tattoo

    Next year, as far as big budget movies go, I'm looking forward to TDKR (duh) and The Hunger Games
     
  5. Sonny

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    Nice thread topic! I didn't get to see a lot of the new movies this year... so here is my list based upon what I've actually seen.

    1. The Muppets
    2. Super 8
    3. Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol
    4. The Adjustment Bureau
    5. Captain America
    6. Transformers 3
    7. Paul
    8. Hangover 2, Horrible Bosses, Bridesmaids
    9. Kung Fu Panda 2
    10. Winnie the Pooh

    Movies I haven't seen yet that will probably make my top 10/20 for 2011

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    Crazy, Stupid, Love
    Rise of the Planet of Apes
    Melancholia
    Harry POtter DH Pt 2
    Sherlock Holmes 2
    Moneyball
    Drive
    Contagion
    The Tree of Life
    Warrior
    Fast Five
    Cowboys & Aliens
     
  6. moestavern19

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    I did not see a single movie this year. The only time I went to the theater was to see Tree of Life but it was sold out so I said **** it.
     
  7. Dave_78

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    This was the worst movie year I can remember. Nothing knocked my socks off. I recently watched Super 8 and Warrior and those were pretty good. Rise of the Planet of the Apes was atrocious but the worst movie I can think of that I wasted my time/money on was Don't Be Afraid of the Dark.
     
  8. mrm32

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    Now I know where most of my money goes. I've seen a total of 45 movies this year!

    My top 10 movies I enjoyed the most this year:
    1. Warrior
    2. Sherlock Holmes
    3. Mission Impossible 4
    4. Harry Potter
    5. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
    6. Puss in Boots
    7. Captain America
    8. X-Men First Class
    9. Super 8
    10. Bridesmaids

    In no particular order except for the Warrior, which I thought was an amazing movie.

    Other movies I saw this year:
    The Dilemma
    No Strings Attached
    Just Go With It
    Hall Pass
    Adjustment Bureau (DVD)
    Take Me Home Tonight(DVD)
    Battle LA
    Limitless (DVD)
    Sucker Punch
    Source Code
    Rio(DVD)
    Scream 4
    Fast Five
    Thor
    Faster
    Pirates of the Caribbean
    Hangover 2
    Kung Fu Panda 2
    Green Lantern
    Bad Teacher
    Cars 2(DVD)
    Transformers 3
    Horrible Bosses
    Zookeeper (DVD)
    Cowboys and Aliens
    The Change Up
    30 Minutes or Less
    Lion King 3D
    Dream House
    Footloose
    Paranormal Activity 3
    In Time
    Twilight
    The Sitter
     
  9. arno_ed

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    Wow now that I look at the list, I remember what a terrible movie year the last year has been.
     
  10. Major Malcontent

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    I haven't seen 10 first run movies worthy of being on a 10 best list this year.

    That depresses me.
     
  11. Batman Jones

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    I see about one movie every five years in an actual movie theatre. Most I watch at home. That provides me the freedom of falling asleep when watching a movie and not having to wake up and go home since I already am home.

    I fell asleep during X-Men: First Class. I thought it was okay but not good enough to stay awake for.

    I fell asleep thinking about whether or not to watch Thor. I'm glad. I hate Thor.

    I stayed awake through Captain America. That must have been my insomnia.
     

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