Thursday, February 24, 2011

2011 Film List

I'll update this as I see more, and I've been known to change my mind, but here's how things stand so far.

  1. Captain America
  2. X-Men: First Class
  3. Thor
  4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part II
  5. Super 8
  6. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  7. Sucker Punch
  8. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
  9. War Horse
  10. The Muppets
  11. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
  12. Hugo
  13. In Time
  14. The Three Musketeers
  15. Moneyball
  16. The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn
  17. Kung Fu Panda 2
  18. Battle: Los Angeles
  19. Immortals
  20. Paul
  21. 50/50
  22. Cowboys & Aliens
  23. Real Steel
  24. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
  25. The Adjustment Bureau
  26. Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows
  27. Puss In Boots
  28. Source Code
  29. Friends With Benefits
  30. Tower Heist
  31. Contagion 
  32. Green Lantern
  33. The Hangover Part II
  34. Green Hornet
  35. Fast Five
  36. Darkest Hour
  37. 30 Minutes or Less
  38. Bridesmaids
  39. Unknown
  40. Drive
  41. I Am Number Four
  42. Priest
  43. Dylan Dog
  44. The Eagle
  45. Larry Crowne
Quick reviews for Battle: LA, Paul, Source Code, Green Hornet, Fast Five, Number 4, Priest and Dylan Dog can be found here.
Reviews for Super 8, Planet of the Apes, Cowboys & Aliens, and Hangover are right here.
Updated: 9/16/2011.
Updated: 5/21/2011. See comment.
Updated: 5/6/2011 with Thor.
Updated: 4/7/2011Sucker Punch is my first favorite movie of the year.
Updated: 3/23/2011. See comment.


    1. One note: Though this is the order of how much I've liked this movies, at this point I wouldn't say that anything of these qualifies for a title like "Favorite Movie of the Year." Basically, if I don't see anything else this year, then TRON: Legacy will have been the best movie I say in the cinema this calendar year.

    2. "Pirates" is just above "Sucker Punch" for now. I don't think either quite makes my absolute favorite list, so right now, "Thor" has that all to itself. Also, I've dropped "The Adjustment Bureau" below "Battle: LA" and "Paul" because as good as it was, it was less fun for me.