I thought 2011 was a quite a good year for film as there were a ton of great movies to see these past few months. From the art house to the big budget fare you could find a lot of options no matter what your interests as the line between the two seems to be blurring. Some would argue that is a bad thing, but I feel that line is only blurring because of what you can do on a budget nowadays. Regardless, all that matters is that the films are good and that blurring line is allowing filmmakers at every level to better bring their visions to light.
I vote for these, even if I didn’t get to see quite as much as I would like, but I felt pretty confident I wouldn’t change much come February when I write up my year end list. For now this will have to hold you over till then as to where I fall, and I will say I don’t agree with most of these picks; though many are close. [Read more...]