Films of 2011

I watched a paltry 97 films last year, averaging 8 films a month. I know that number seems a lot but there was a year I came close to 150. Or was it 200? Dismal, really. I’ll try to make it to 150 this year. Fingers-crossed.😀

Anyway, this is the list of my favorite and least favorite films from least year. No description this time, just a link to the movie trailer in youtube.

Note: Some of these films were released before 2011.

Best Foreign Films:
Animal Kingdom
Blue Valentine
The Girl Who Played with Fire
Hunger
Melancholia
The Messenger
Midnight in Paris
The Tree of Life
Warrior

Honorable Mentions:
Jane Eyre
Crazy Stupid Love
Real Steel
Like Crazy
Mission Impossible 4

Best Local Films:
Nino
Ang Sayaw ng Dalawang Kaliwang Paa
Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay
Senior Year
Tambolista
Zombadings

Honorable Mentions:
Nunal sa Tubig
Amok
Ang Babae sa Septic Tank
Busong
Isda

Worst Film of the Year:
Ang Tanging Ina: Last Na ‘To. Last na raw ito pero sa 2011 MMFF nag-tandem pa sila ni Enteng. Gggggrrrrr!

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5 Responses to Films of 2011

  1. McRICH says:

    wow am a film addict too but now only through torrents, will try to update with the movies you reviewed!

  2. Ewok says:

    yap you’re a real movie fanatic. you are right the number of films you saw in a month seems a lot to me. do you mostly watch on the cinema or dvd?

    thanks for giving me an idea. i think i need to post about the movies i’ve seen last year – a recap so to speak. i may be surprised at the number of actual movies i’ve watched, although i don’t how accurate that could be since i don’t log the ones i see on the cinema, only on netflix.

  3. PM says:

    scud bigyan mo naman ako kahit konting film mojo mo ang dami niyan haha baka tuyot na ako di pa din tapos!

  4. Dami mo palang napanood, I can barely keep up, hehe

    Hindi ko napanood yung Amok and Isda last year. Sana ipalabas this year at Cinemalaya.

  5. Kevin says:

    I’m not really impressed with Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay. I don’t know. There’s nothing going on aside from putting her in the limelight, which is fine, but a shallow project. That’s where the film capitalized on. In some ways I think the film is just but another film exploiting Lilia Cuntapay’s status as the stereotypical proto-civ aswang or whatnot.

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