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another year over

Hello all. It's time for me to post my rank ordered list of all the films I saw this year, as I've done in previous years (here's the 2010 post, which contains links to 2006-2009). This year, like last year, I saw nine theatrical releases (though one I didn't see until it came out on DVD).

I'll post something about music in the coming days, but now, here's the film list.
  1. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
  2. The Muppets
  3. Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2
  4. Kung Fu Panda 2
  5. Thor
  6. The Adventures of Tintin
  7. Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows
  8. X-Men: First Class
  9. The Adjustment Bureau
I also saw two direct-to-DVD animated films released this year: Thor: Tales of Asgard and All-Star Superman.

It was pretty hard to rank the above, actually. I know I liked the top ones and though the others were okay, but putting them in order was difficult. I'm pretty surprised at what I ultimately ranked #1 actually, considering I wasn't that excited about seeing it when m0rn1ng5t4r suggested it.

Definitely not as strong a year (among films I saw) as last year. Darn. I blame Pixar. Or the fact that I basically only watched comic book and animated movies this year. Not that Pixar would have helped in that respect.
 
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