Based on a true story of a family dealing with the loss of the mother, Benjamin moves his young family of his daughter Rosie and son Dylan to a new house. It just happens to also be a run down zoo which needs doing up and the animals being looked after.
In New York City Brandon is dealing with sex addiction which sees his life spiralling out of control, even more when his younger sister Sissy turns up at his apartment one day.
A comedy drama about 27-year-old Adam who find out he has cancer in his spine. With his best friend Kyle he must then face his fate, with a 50/50 chance of survival.
Oskar a young boy trying to deal with his father’s death after he was in the World Trade Center on the worst day, September 11th. When he finds a key his father left this sends him on an adventure across New York trying to find out what it opens, and what is left behind.
A group of British people who have retired embark on a trip to India to stay at The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. But is everything as it first seems?
Gil an American writer who is currently in Paris with his fiance Inez and her parents, slips back in time to the 1920′s as it hits midnight.
Carrie lives for her successful career as an event planner in New York City, but everything changes after a bad car accident in a snow storm not long before Christmas. She was warned not to use her phone whilst driving . . .
Based on a true story of how Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane attempted to put a baseball team together on a small budget. Using computer generated analysis on the players stats bringing in Peter Brand to help with that side.
In a world where when you reach 25 years old you no longer age . . . Firstly this had me engaged as that is my age right now! But that doesn’t mean everyone is 25, how many times have they been 25 is the question. People live on time, with the digits in green on their arm.
Zooey and Alec are a married couple who are trying to foster due to problems conceiving a child of their own. It is looking rather impossible until one day Eli a 7-year-old boy turns up on their doorstep and changes their lives forever.
When Ally reads an article in a magazine asking What’s Your Number? She realises that she is nearly double of the national average of 10.5 lovers. This makes her re-value her lifestyle and life in general looking back at her 20 lovers trying to find out if any of them are the one . . .
Ren MacCormack moves to a small town where public dancing and playing loud music have been banned. Obviously coming from Boston he does not understand the small town mentally behind all of this and vows to change things.
Walter Black has a few problems when splitting up from his wife, struggling to cope with depression he adopts The Beaver as his means of communication. With a different accent he communicates with everyone through the beaver.
The relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud helps launch psychoanalysis but Russian patient Sabina Spielrein comes between them.
It’s 2011 . . . it’s in black and white . . . it’s a silent film . . . it’s ‘The Artist’ . . .
A very risky move to make not only a black and white movie but also a silent movie. In the world of current cinema, with the high budgets for action sequences and having the most famous actors in them. All about box office and how popular films are with critics. Then came ‘The Artist’ which would ask the question: Do actions really speak louder than words?
This is my list of what I thought to be the top 10 films. I have not seen every film released, so please take that into consideration! Remember this is what I saw in the cinema in 2011. All of the films on this list may have slightly different reasons for being on it, but I will try to give my reasons as we count down. Mainly they are on the list because I enjoyed them and they left a lasting impression.
Emma and Adam have known each other for years and their paths keep crossing at different stages in their life. This leads to them deciding to have a strictly physical relationship, but is that actually possible?
The much-loved Muppets are back on the big screen! They must reunite to save their old theatre from a greedy oil tycoon, with the help of three fans.
Matt King’s world is turned upside down when his wife ends up in a coma after a boating accident. This sees him reconnect with his two daughters and start the grieving process.
Silent movie star George Valentin has his world turned upside down when talking pictures are introduced. We are taken on the journey with him in an incredible film which really does show that actions speak louder than words!
A look into the life of the first female Prime Minister in Great Britain. An old Margaret Thatcher who is suffering from dementia, we see her story in flashback form.
An agent working for a private company suddenly finds herself outcast after she is betrayed and set up on her latest mission.
A Politian and ballerina feel destined to be together but something is keeping them apart. All because it is not in the plan . . .
This list is pretty explanatory, the 10 films I found to be the worst in 2011. Don’t forget though I have not seen every film which was released last year. So choosing from this list of films I went to see at the cinema.
10. Larry Crowne (Review)
I hate that I have put a Julia Roberts film in my 10 worst films of 2011, but I was so disappointed by this film! I was expecting too much from it and it really didn’t offer anything at all.