So readers, here it is. After much deliberation, list-making etc, I have finally come up with my Top Ten, comprised of the best movies I have watched this year.
Note: Some movies may be older than 2011.
1. Black Swan
2. 127 Hours
3. Julia’s Eyes
4. I Saw The Devil
5. Source Code
6. Despicable Me
8. Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes
9. Easy A
10. The Loved Ones
I think this year has been very memorable and offered up some very interesting and unique movies. Of those that did not quite make the above list, I would also recommend the following: Tangled, The Fighter, Insidious and Hanna.
Following up what was one of the most gripping and rewarding sci-fi movies in years in the shape of the award winning Moon, director Duncan Jones had a lot of expectation weighing heavy on his shoulders. Starring one of my favourite actors, Jake Gyllenhaal as Captain Colter Stevens (great movie name there!) who finds himself on a train that’s about to fall victim to a terrorist bomb threat. Given only eight minutes to discover what happens before his conciousness is transported back to the military facility housing a top-secret project called The Source Code, Captian Stevens must continually, groundhog day-like revisit the train and identify the culprit to prevent any further devesation.
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