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The Top Ten Best Movies of 2011
Frankly, 2011 was not a great year for movies, but there were a few that stood out from the rest. Here are the top ten movies of 2011.
Is ‘The Artist’ the Best Movie of 2011?
Silent films are a thing of the past no more. The silent romantic drama
does what few films this year have done: draw the audience in on an emotional level.
Beginners Movie Review: Why You Should See It
Your mom's dead. I'm gay and have a young male lover. Oh, and I have cancer. Not exactly what you expect or want to hear from your 75-year-old father.
Circumstance Movie Review
An Iranian-based film hardly seems the setting for a sexy romantic drama about two teenage girls who fall in love with one another, but here's
, now on DVD.
The Art of Getting By Movie Review
Charlie from the chocolate factory falls in love with Nancy Drew but is too much of a pussy to admit it in
The Art of Getting By
, now on DVD.
Mila Kunis, Sex, and a Friends With Benefits Movie Review
Sex. Mila Kunis. Sex. Body double nudity. We can pretend. Mila Kunis. Thankfully,
Friends and Benefits
- now on Blu-ray - is that and more.
Bellflower: An Apocalyptic Romantic Drama, Sort Of
With the apocalypse not at all approaching, two friends spend their days preparing for it in this twisted and unique romantic drama, on DVD and Blu-ray today.
Top Five Rainy Day Films
There are few things that's better than curling up on the couch and watching the perfect rainy day movie. Here are five as we get deeper into fall.
Skateland Movie Review: At Least Ashley Greene Is In It
Ashley Greene (
) stars in Skateland, a coming-of-age drama and romance set against the backdrop of a roller rink. It is now on DVD.
Jumping the Broom Movie Review
Jumping the Broom
is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, but is it more than the mediocre wedding drama it appears to be?
Miranda July’s The Future: Not One to Visit
In Miranda July's sophomore feature, the director assembles an eccentric cast and story that is a mixed bag of successes and misfires.
Crazy, Stupid, Love. Movie Review
Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore and Emma Stone star in the first must-see romantic comedy of the year. It's
Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Take Me Home Tonight Movie Review
Topher Grace and Teresa Palmer star in Take Me Home Tonight, a fun, lighthearted throwback to movies of the 1980's. The movie is on Blu-Ray/DVD today.
The Ledge: The Best Movie of the Summer?
Coming to theaters in July but already playing On Demand, the thriller
is one of the better movies of the summer.
No Strings Attached, No Thank You
Natalie Portman. Friend with benefits. Yes, please. Ashton Kutcher, same arrangement. I'll pass. The same goes for
No Strings Attached
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‘Inherent Vice’ Review: A More Convoluted Big Lebowski
Grumpy Cat Reviews ‘Worst Christmas Ever’
Foxcatcher Review: Creepy Carell Isn’t Enough
The Hobbit 3 Review: Well, At Least It’s Over