Best Movies of 2011: Top 10 Best Critics Choice

Top 10 Best Movies of 2011

Year 2011 is came to its very end to sum up the whole year. And we have got all the views & reviews by expert movie critics to choose the best movies of 2011.

The Descendants

The Descendants - Best Movies of 2011 #1

  1. ‘The Descendants’

    Directed by Alexander PayneSome prefer the snarkier Payne of “About Schmidt”; modestly scaled but wonderful in the way it allows all its characters to develop, this one’s more to my liking. George Clooney leads the ensemble of the year.


    Moneyball - Best Movies of 2011 #2

  2. ‘Moneyball’

    Directed by Bennett MillerWith his debut feature, “Capote,” and now this, Miller has asserted his rightful place on the shortlist of excellent American directors.

    The Interrupters

    The Interrupters - Best Movies of 2011 #3

  3. ‘The Interrupters’

    Directed by Steve JamesA year in the lives of the so-called “violence interrupters” of CeaseFire Illinois, notably Ameena Matthews, provides the raw human interest of a documentary that, in many ways, exceeds the reach of “Hoop Dreams.”


    Poetry - Best Movies of 2011 #4

  4. ‘Poetry’

    Directed by Lee Chang-dongA pensioner, played by Yun Jung-hee, takes a poetry class, copes with Alzheimer’s and faces a decision involving her grandson, accused of rape. Heartbreaking.
  5. ‘The Tree of Life’

    The Tree of Life

    The Tree of Life - Best Movies of 2011 #5

    Directed by Terrence MalickSo little of the Sean Penn footage in Malick’s reverie remained in the final cut, it was a bit of a joke. But at its best, this was the purest cinema of the year.

    Certified Copy

    Certified Copy - Best Movies of 2011 #6

  6. ‘Certified Copy’

    Directed by Abbas KiarostamiWith Juliette Binoche as his leading lady and his muse, the Iranian writer-director fashioned a most supple and memorable riddle about a couple in Tuscany, wondering where they are, really.

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - Best Movies of 2011 #7

  7. ‘Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy’

    Directed by Tomas AlfredsonA superb adaptation of the John le Carre spy novel, with Gary Oldman minimizing his dramatic effects to astonishing effectiveness.


    Weekend - Best Movies of 2011 #8

  8. ‘Weekend’

    Directed by Andrew HaighTwo days in the story of Russell and Glen and a one-night stand that becomes something more, Haigh’s portrait stayed unsentimental yet hopeful throughout.


    Drive (2011) - Best Movies of 2011 #9

  9. ‘Drive’

    Directed by Nicolas Winding RefnIconic Ryan Gosling behind the wheel into a feverish battle between good and its opposite (Albert Brooks doesgreat evil). A Hollywood stunt performer who moonlights as a wheelman discovers that a contract has been put on him after a heist gone wrong.
  10. ‘Midnight in Paris’

    Midnight in Paris

    Midnight in Paris - Best Movies of 2011 #10

    Directed by Woody AllenA romantic comedy about a family traveling to the French capital for business. The party includes a young engaged couple forced to confront the illusion that a life different from their own is better.


That’s all about the best of the best movies of 2011. But we know, this top 10 list isn’t matched up with everyone’s  personal choice as this list is prepared by digging deep into many sections of each of the movies. But please do post your top 10 to see how the viewers marking the best movies of 2011.

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