Best and Worst Films – 2011

Midnight In Paris, The Flawed Guru, Best Films of 2011It’s Wednesday, which means day three of my week long look at the best films from the past 5 years, or at least the best films I saw at the cinema. 2011 was my third full year as a film reviewer, and one in which I broke my record of films seen in one year, with 154 seen on the big screen. Even as a film lover I know that’s a crazy amount of films, as that means I was watching one at the cinema every 2.37 days, and that doesn’t even include the ones I watched at home on TV.

Like with my top films list from 2009, and 2010, this only covers the ones I saw at the cinema, so any film I did see at home on DVD, Blu-ray, or VOD, doesn’t count towards this list. It was a simple and silly rule I made back in 2009, and I can’t change that fact now for those lists from 09-12, seeing as those lists were made back in time. But, 2011 also was the first year I decided to also rank my worst films of the year, so that might add an extra spice to the mix.

And so, without further delay, here are my best and worst films of 2011!

Best Films – 2011 (From 154 films seen at the cinema)

1 – Midnight In Paris – 9.5/10
2 – The Company Men – 9.5/10
3 – The Help – 9.5/10
4 – Drive – 9.5/10
5 – The Tree Of Life – 9.5/10
6 – HP And The Deathly Hollows Part 2 – 9.5/10
7 – The Orator – 9/10
8 – TT3D: Closer To The Edge – 9/10
9 – My Wedding and Other Secrets – 9/10
10 – The Trip – 9/10

Honourable Mentions

1 – Black Swan – 9/10
2 – Take Shelter – 9/10
3 – Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes – 9/10
4 – Beginners – 9/10
5 – Win Win – 9/10

Worst Films

1 – Abduction – 4/10
2 – Winter Vacation – 5/10
3 – The Woman – 5.5/10
4 – Sucker Punch – 5.5/10
5 – Hopes and Dreams of Gazza Snell – 5.5/10

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