Top 90 Movies of 2011 93 titles 1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (2011)
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This article lists of American films released in 2011 January–March. Opening Title Studio Cast and crew Genre Ref. J A N U A R Y 1 ... The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel:
An aspiring author during the civil rights movement of the 1960s decides to write a book detailing the African American maids' point of view on the white families for which they work, and the hardships they go through on a daily basis. Director: Tate Taylor | Stars: Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer, Bryce Dallas Howard
- Michael Dunaway
- The Tree of Life. Terrence Malick’s sixth film in 42 years is, without a doubt, the most ambitious film of the year. In two-and-a-half hours, the writer/director tackles every big question about God through a mid-20th-century coming-of-age story, long shots of the natural world, heavenly voiceovers and yes, dinosaurs.
- Take Shelter. Take Shelter is built on deliberate pacing and deliberately restrained performances. As such, the acting is crucial, the difference between being nod-worthy or nodding-off-worthy.
- Hugo. With Hugo, director Martin Scorsese has created a dazzling, wondrous experience, an undeniable visual masterpiece. In his adaptation of Brian Selznick’s novel, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, Scorsese weaves together his many passions and concerns: for art, for film, and for fathers and father-figures.
- The Interrupters. Steve James is justly deified for Hoop Dreams, which no less an authority than Roger Ebert declared the greatest documentary of all time.
- Drive. Photo : Richard Foreman Jr/FilmDistrict. Screw Oscar, which will surely ignore Drive because it's too bloody, too creative, too ambitious and too polarizing to comfort audiences.
- The Artist. Photo : The Weinstein Company. A silent movie in black-and-white about Old Hollywood is now the presumptive favorite in the awards race. Why? Because French director Michel Hazanavicius has style to burn and unexpected soul.
- The Descendants. Photo : Merie Wallace/FOX Searchlight. Here's that rare human comedy that earns its laughs and tears. Orchestrated without a false note by director and co-writer Alexander Payne, The Descendants gives George Clooney the role of his career to date as a Hawaiian landowner coping with a cheating wife (now in a coma) and two daughters he can't fathom.
- Moneyball. Photo : Melinda Sue Gordon/Columbia Pictures. An inside-baseball movie with the pulse of an action flick. Thank director Bennett Miller and acting homers from Brad Pitt as the general manager of the Oakland A's and Jonah Hill as a numbers cruncher who shows him how to find value in what others miss.
- Season of the Witch. January 7, 2011.
- The Green Hornet. January 12, 2011.
- The Mechanic. January 13, 2011.
- Sanctum. February 3, 2011.
This is a list of films produced by the American film industry from the earliest films of the 1890s to the present. Films are listed by year of release on separate pages, either in alphabetical order (1900–2013) or in chronological order (2014– ).
Best Native American Movies by RedruM65 | created - 11 Dec 2011 | updated - 24 Feb 2017 | Public My personal favorites of some of the best movies with a Native American theme.