Apparently Nostrodamus predicted the Japan earthquake this year, although frankly if you genuinely believe that I have some magic beans that you may be interested in. I’m sure, though, that even someone with such foresight would have struggled to have predicted that a film about a boy wizard’s coming of age, the struggles of a stuttering king and a bunch of half nutters on a summer bender would have been the three biggest films of the year in the UK this year.
For more detailed insight like this, some of it actually worth reading, here’s the collected list of my review of the year posts. Feel free to tell me where I’ve gone horribly wrong, unless you’re going to tell me that The Tree Of Life is a masterpiece, in which case I will stick my fingers in my ears and go la-la-la until you’ve gone. It’s a pile of arse and I will truck no argument on the subject. Sorry.
The Top (Half) Dozen Trailers Of 2011
The Top 25 Performances Of 2011
The 10 Worst Movies I Saw In 2011
The Top 30 Scenes Of 2011 (Parental Advisory: Contains scenes of violence and strong language)