Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2011: Audience Picks Revealed!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to take a cinematic journey back to 2011! A year that gifted us with an eclectic mix of movies that made us laugh, cry, and clutch our seats in suspense. From heartwarming animations to adrenaline-pumping action flicks, 2011 had it all. But which films truly stole the show and won the hearts of audiences worldwide? We’ve crunched the numbers, scoured the reviews, and listened to your passionate debates to finally reveal the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2011. So, whether you’re a film buff looking to reminisce or a movie novice eager to catch up on the classics, this list is your golden ticket to the best of 2011 cinema. Ready to see if your favorite made the cut? Lights, camera, action!
The Help

The Help

Release Date: 2011-08-09

Genres: Drama

“The Help” is a heartwarming and thought-provoking movie set in 1960s Jackson, Mississippi. It follows the lives of three women – Aibileen, Minny, and Skeeter – whose paths intertwine as they navigate the racial tensions of the time. With a stellar cast including Emma Stone, Viola Davis, and Octavia Spencer, this film sheds light on the struggles and resilience of African-American maids, offering a poignant exploration of life and relationships in a racially divided society.

Cast: Emma Stone (Eugenia “Skeeter” Phelan) , Viola Davis (Aibileen Clark) , Octavia Spencer (Minny Jackson) , Bryce Dallas Howard (Hilly Holbrook) , Jessica Chastain (Celia Foote) , Anna Camp (Jolene French) , Ahna O’Reilly (Elizabeth Leefolt) , Allison Janney (Charlotte Phelan) , Mary Steenburgen (Elain Stein) , Mike Vogel (Johnny Foote) , Sissy Spacek (Missus Walters) , ​Christopher Lowell (Stuart Whitworth) , Cicely Tyson (Constantine Jefferson) , Aunjanue Ellis-Taylor (Yule Mae Davis) , David Oyelowo (Preacher Green) , Dana Ivey (Gracie Higginbotham) , LaChanze (Rachel) , Brian Kerwin (Robert Phelan) , Wes Chatham (Carlton Phelan) , Ted Welch (William Holbrook) , Shane McRae (Raleigh Leefolt) , Roslyn Ruff (Pascagoula) , Tarra Riggs (Gretchen) , Leslie Jordan (Mr. Blackly) , Tiffany Brouwer (Rebecca)

Directors: Tate Taylor

Writers: Tate Taylor, Kathryn Stockett

Tags: mississippi river, based on novel or book, exploitation, racial segregation, racism, writer, maid, moral courage, ressentiment, southern belle, racial issues, 1960s, newspaper columnist

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Release Date: 2011-07-07

Genres: Fantasy, Adventure

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” is a thrilling conclusion to the epic Harry Potter series. In this movie, Harry, Ron, and Hermione face their biggest challenge yet as they battle against the evil Voldemort. With the help of magical objects, Harry gains incredible powers to take on Voldemort’s formidable skills. Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, this highly anticipated film was released on July 7, 2011, and is definitely one of the best movies of the year according to popular votes.

Cast: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) , Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) , Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) , Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort) , Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) , Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore) , Warwick Davis (Griphook / Filius Flitwick) , Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) , Ciarán Hinds (Aberforth Dumbledore) , Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom) , John Hurt (Ollivander) , Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) , Robbie Coltrane (Rubeus Hagrid) , Kelly Macdonald (Helena Ravenclaw) , Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) , Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy) , Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) , Maggie Smith (Minerva McGonagall) , David Thewlis (Remus Lupin) , Gary Oldman (Sirius Black) , David Bradley (Argus Filch) , Julie Walters (Molly Weasley) , Gemma Jones (Poppy Pomfrey) , Dave Legeno (Fenrir Greyback) , Miriam Margolyes (Pomona Sprout)

Directors: David Yates

Writers: J.K. Rowling, Steve Kloves

Tags: saving the world, witch, self sacrifice, magic, dying and death, school of witchcraft, sorcerer, school, battle, wizard, teenage hero, christmas, based on young adult novel, good versus evil

A Separation

A Separation

Release Date: 2011-02-15

Genres: Drama

“A Separation” is a thought-provoking drama released in 2011. It tells the story of a married couple who face a tough decision: either move to another country to provide a better life for their child or stay in Iran to care for a parent suffering from Alzheimer’s disease. With a talented cast including Leila Hatami and Payman Maadi, this movie explores the complexities of family, responsibility, and the difficult choices we sometimes have to make.

Cast: Leila Hatami (Simin) , Payman Maadi (Nader) , Shahab Hosseini (Hojjat) , Sare Bayat (Razieh) , Sarina Farhadi (Termeh) , Babak Karimi (Interrogator) , Ali-Asghar Shahbazi (Nader’s Father) , Shirin Yazdanbakhsh (Simin’s Mother) , Kimia Hosseini (Somayyeh) , Merila Zarei (Miss Ghahraii) , Mohammad Sajadian (Soldier) , Armine Zeytounchian (Mrs. Kalaani) , Bahareh Riahi (Hospital Receptionist)

Directors: Asghar Farhadi

Writers: Asghar Farhadi

Tags: emigration, alzheimer’s disease, teheran (tehran), iran, class, money, maid, divorce, iran, caregiver, marital separation, family argument



Release Date: 2011-09-09

Genres: Drama, Action

“Warrior” is a gripping drama released in 2011 that tells the story of a young man who returns home to train for a mixed martial arts tournament under the guidance of his alcoholic father, a former boxer. As he prepares for the competition, he finds himself on a collision course with his estranged older brother, leading to intense family dynamics and thrilling fight sequences. Starring Joel Edgerton, Tom Hardy, and Nick Nolte, this movie is a must-watch for fans of emotional sports dramas.

Cast: Joel Edgerton (Brendan Conlon) , Tom Hardy (Tommy Conlon) , Nick Nolte (Paddy Conlon) , Jennifer Morrison (Tess Conlon) , Frank Grillo (Frank Campana) , Kevin Dunn (Principal Zito) , Maximiliano Hernández (Colt Boyd) , Bryan Callen (Bryan Callen) , Sam Sheridan (Sam Sheridan) , Fernando Chien (Fenroy) , Jake McLaughlin (Mark Bradford) , Vanessa Martinez (Pilar Fernandez) , Denzel Whitaker (Stephon) , Carlos Miranda (Tito) , Nick Lehane (Nash) , Laura Chinn (KC) , Capri Thomas (Emily Conlon) , Lexi Cowan (Rosie Conlon) , Noah Emmerich (Dan Taylor) , Dan Caldwell (Dan Caldwell) , Timothy “Skyskrape” Katz (Timothy “Skyskrape” Katz) , Julia Stockstad (J.J. Riley’s Assistant) , Josh Rosenthal (Referee Josh Rosenthal) , Kurt Angle (Koba) , Erik Apple (Pete “Mad Dog” Grimes)

Directors: Gavin O’Connor

Writers: Gavin O’Connor, Cliff Dorfman, Anthony Tambakis

Tags: bank, training, beating, mixed martial arts, teacher, muscleman, combat, alcoholic, gym, exercise, pittsburgh, pennsylvania



Release Date: 2011-04-24

Genres: Drama

“Detachment” is a thought-provoking drama released in 2011 that takes us on a three-week journey into the lives of high school teachers, administrators, and students. Adrien Brody stars as Henry Barthes, a substitute teacher who moves from school to school, sharing his knowledge but never forming any emotional connections. With a talented cast including Sami Gayle, Christina Hendricks, James Caan, and Lucy Liu, this movie offers a unique perspective on the education system and the challenges faced by those within it.

Cast: Adrien Brody (Henry Barthes) , Sami Gayle (Erica) , Christina Hendricks (Ms. Sarah Madison) , Louis Zorich (Grampa) , Betty Kaye (Meredith) , James Caan (Mr. Charles Seaboldt) , Lucy Liu (Dr. Parker) , Marcia Gay Harden (Principal Carol Dearden) , Blythe Danner (Ms. Perkins) , Tim Blake Nelson (Mr. Wiatt) , William Petersen (Mr. Sarge Kepler) , Bryan Cranston (Richard Dearden) , Celia Au (Ellen) , Isiah Whitlock Jr. (Mr. Mathias) , Patricia Rae (Ms. Estrada) , Ronen Rubinstein (Gangsta) , Josh Pais (Meredith’s Father) , Reagan Leonard (Patricia Barthes) , Chris Papavasiliou (Dr. Hart) , Ralph Rodriguez (Student #23) , Mary Joy (Female Orderly)

Directors: Tony Kaye

Writers: Carl Lund

Tags: falsely accused, depression, classroom, grandfather, unhappiness, animal abuse



Release Date: 2011-09-15

Genres: Drama, Thriller, Crime

“Drive” is a thrilling action film released in 2011, starring Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, and Bryan Cranston. It follows the story of a talented Hollywood stuntman who also works as a getaway driver for criminals. When he becomes close to his neighbor Irene and her son, he gets involved in a dangerous heist that goes awry, forcing him to protect them from the vengeful masterminds behind the robbery.

Cast: Ryan Gosling (Driver) , Carey Mulligan (Irene) , Bryan Cranston (Shannon) , Albert Brooks (Bernie Rose) , Oscar Isaac (Standard Gabriel) , Christina Hendricks (Blanche) , Ron Perlman (Nino) , Kaden Leos (Benicio) , Jeff Wolfe (Tan Suit) , James Biberi (Cook) , Russ Tamblyn (Doc) , Joe Bucaro III (Chauffeur) , Tiara Parker (Young Woman) , Tim Trella (Hitman #1) , Jimmy Hart (Hitman #2) , Tina Huang (Waitress) , Andy San Dimas (Stripper) , John Pyper-Ferguson (Bearded Redneck) , Craig Baxley Jr (Masked Man #1) , Kenny Richards (Masked Man #2) , Joe Pingue (Assistant Director #1) , Dieter Busch (Assistant Director #2) , Chris Muto (Caterer) , Rachel Dik (Newscaster) , Cesar Garcia (Waiter)

Directors: Nicolas Winding Refn

Writers: Hossein Amini, James Sallis

Tags: robbery, car mechanic, stuntman, revenge, neighbor, organized crime, police chase, beaten to death, los angeles, california, brutality, jacket, scorpion, toothpick, getaway driver, crime lord, stunt driver, existentialism, neo-noir, silent protagonist, hammer, neighbors, brutal violence

We Need to Talk About Kevin

We Need to Talk About Kevin

Release Date: 2011-09-28

Genres: Drama, Thriller

“We Need to Talk About Kevin” is a thought-provoking drama released in 2011. Starring Tilda Swinton, Ezra Miller, and John C. Reilly, the movie delves into the complex relationship between troubled mother Eva and her disturbed son Kevin, who commits a horrific act. As Eva reflects on their journey from Kevin’s childhood to his teenage years, the film explores the depths of their connection and the consequences of their troubled bond.

Cast: Tilda Swinton (Eva Khatchadourian) , Ezra Miller (Kevin Khatchadourian, Teenager) , John C. Reilly (Franklin Khatchadourian) , Jasper Newell (Kevin Khatchadourian, 6-8 Years) , Rock Duer (Kevin Khatchadourian, Toddler) , Ashley Gerasimovich (Celia Khatchadourian) , Siobhan Fallon Hogan (Wanda) , Alex Manette (Colin) , Kenneth Franklin (Soweto) , Leslie Lyles (Smash Lady) , Paul Diomede (Corrections Officer, Al) , Michael Campbell (Corrections Officer) , J. Mallory McCree (Prison Boy) , Mark Elliot Wilson (Eva’s Lawyer) , James Chen (Dr. Foulkes) , Lauren Fox (Dr. Goldblatt) , Blake DeLong (Young Suited Man #1) , Andy Gershenzon (Young Suited Man #2) , Kelly Wade (Mother of Little Girl) , Ursula Parker (Little Girl) , Jason Shelton (Delivery Guy) , Simon MacLean (Mover) , Erin Darke (Young Assistant, Rose) , Annie O’Sullivan (Waitress) , Georgia X. Lifsher (Checkout Girl)

Directors: Lynne Ramsay

Writers: Lynne Ramsay, Rory Stewart Kinnear, Lionel Shriver

Tags: based on novel or book, mass murder, pregnancy, robin hood, psychopath, connecticut, violence in schools, sociopath, murder, flashback, massacre, suburb, parenting, killing spree, prison visit, bow and arrow, school shooting, evil child, woman director, small community, teenage killer, mother son relationship, independent film, teenager

Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris

Release Date: 2011-05-11

Genres: Fantasy, Comedy, Romance

“Midnight in Paris” is a delightful romantic comedy set in the enchanting city of Paris. It follows a family on a business trip, where a young engaged couple discovers that sometimes the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. With a star-studded cast including Owen Wilson, Rachel McAdams, and Marion Cotillard, this 2011 film is a must-watch for anyone seeking a charming and whimsical escape to the City of Love.

Cast: Owen Wilson (Gil) , Rachel McAdams (Inez) , Kurt Fuller (John) , Mimi Kennedy (Helen) , Michael Sheen (Paul) , Nina Arianda (Carol) , Marion Cotillard (Adriana) , Léa Seydoux (Gabrielle) , Carla Bruni (Museum Guide) , Maurice Sonnenberg (Man at Wine Tasting) , Thierry Hancisse (1920’s Partygoer) , Guillaume Gouix (1920’s Partygoer) , Audrey Fleurot (1920’s Partygoer) , Marie-Sohna Condé (1920’s Partygoer) , Yves Heck (Cole Porter) , Alison Pill (Zelda Fitzgerald) , Tom Hiddleston (F. Scott Fitzgerald) , Sonia Rolland (Joséphine Baker) , Corey Stoll (Ernest Hemingway) , Daniel Lundh (Juan Belmonte) , Laurent Spielvogel (Antiques Dealer) , Thérèse Bourou-Rubinsztein (Alice B. Toklas) , Kathy Bates (Gertrude Stein) , Marcial Di Fonzo Bo (Pablo Picasso) , Emmanuelle Uzan (Djuna Barnes)

Directors: Woody Allen

Writers: Woody Allen

Tags: paris, france, painter, detective, based on novel or book, screenwriter, camping, diary, forbidden love, time travel, midnight, nostalgia, versailles, sculpture, past, magic realism, wine drinking

The Skin I Live In

The Skin I Live In

Release Date: 2011-08-17

Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

“The Skin I Live In” is a captivating movie released in 2011. It tells the story of a brilliant plastic surgeon who invents a special synthetic skin that can withstand any damage. He tests his creation on a mysterious and unpredictable woman, who holds the key to his obsession. With an incredible cast including Antonio Banderas and Elena Anaya, this film is definitely worth checking out if you’re into thrilling and thought-provoking stories.

Cast: Antonio Banderas (Dr. Robert Ledgard) , Elena Anaya (Vera Cruz) , Marisa Paredes (Marilia) , Jan Cornet (Vicente) , Roberto Álamo (Zeca) , Eduard Fernández (Fulgencio) , José Luis Gómez (Presidente del Instituto de Biotecnología) , Blanca Suárez (Norma Ledgard) , Susi Sánchez (Madre de Vicente) , Bárbara Lennie (Cristina) , Fernando Cayo (Médico) , Chema Ruiz (Policía) , Buika (Cantante) , Ana Mena (Norma Joven) , Teresa Manresa (Casilda Efraiz) , Fernando Iglesias () , Agustín Almodóvar (Agustín) , Miguel Almodóvar (Hijo de Agustín) , Marta R. Mahou (Profesora de Yoga en TV) , Gabriel Barbosa (Zeca (Child) (uncredited)) , Esther García (Presentadora (uncredited)) , Yolanda Brown (Conference participant)

Directors: Pedro Almodóvar

Writers: Pedro Almodóvar, Thierry Jonquet

Tags: madrid, spain, based on novel or book, obsession, isolation, mask, face transplant, plastic surgery, half-brother, revenge, dress, sex change, plastic surgeon, skin, nonlinear timeline, locked up, captivity

One Day

One Day

Release Date: 2011-03-02

Genres: Drama, Romance

“One Day” is a heartwarming romantic comedy that revolves around the lives of Dexter and Emma. The story beautifully captures their journey as they meet on their graduation day in 1988 and continue to stay connected over the years, always spending July 15 together. With a talented cast including Anne Hathaway and Jim Sturgess, this movie is a delightful exploration of love, friendship, and the ups and downs of life.

Cast: Anne Hathaway (Emma Morley) , Jim Sturgess (Dexter Mayhew) , Tom Mison (Callum O’Neill) , Jodie Whittaker (Tilly Shaw) , Rafe Spall (Ian Whitehead) , Patricia Clarkson (Alison Mayhew) , Ken Stott (Stephen Mayhew) , Romola Garai (Sylvie Cope) , Matt Berry (Aaron) , Toby Regbo (Samuel Cope) , Matthew Beard (Murray Cope) , Georgia King (Suki Meadows) , Heida Reed (Ingrid) , Joséphine de la Baume (Marie) , Amanda Fairbank-Hynes (Tara) , Tom Arnold (Colin) , Diana Kent (Mrs. Cope) , James Laurenson (Mr. Cope) , Sébastien Dupuis (Jean-Pierre) , Lorna Gayle (Mrs. Major) , Emilia Jones (Jasmine Mayhew (2007 and 2011)) , Eden Mengelgrein (Jasmine Mayhew (2001)) , Kayla Mengelgrein (Jasmine Mayhew (2001)) , Clara Paget (Cocktail Waitress) , Tim Key (Customer)

Directors: Lone Scherfig

Writers: David Nicholls

Tags: based on novel or book, comedian, love, author, writer, divorce, friends in love, woman director, missed opportunity



Release Date: 2011-03-18

Genres: Drama, Comedy, Romance

“Submarine” is a heartwarming coming-of-age film released in 2011. Set in Swansea, it follows the story of Oliver Tate, a thoughtful 15-year-old boy who navigates the challenges of young love with his classmate Jordana while dealing with his parents’ crumbling marriage. With a talented cast including Craig Roberts and Yasmin Paige, this movie beautifully captures the complexities of teenage relationships and family dynamics.

Cast: Craig Roberts (Oliver Tate) , Yasmin Paige (Jordana Bevan) , Sally Hawkins (Jill Tate) , Noah Taylor (Lloyd Tate) , Paddy Considine (Graham Purvis) , Steffan Rhodri (Mr. Davey) , Darren Evans (Chips) , Osian Cai Dulais (Mark Pritchard) , Lily McCann (Zoe Preece) , Otis Lloyd (Keiron) , Elinor Crawley (Abby Smuts) , Gemma Chan (Kim-Lin) , Melanie Walters (Jude Bevan) , Sion Tudor Owen (Brynn Bevan) , Adrienne O’Sullivan (Jackie) , Jonny Wier (Malcolm) , Lydia Fox (Miss Dutton) , Lynn Hunter (Gene) , Claire Cage (News Reporter) , Edwin Ashcroft (Dafydd) , Andrew Phillips (Rhydian Bird / School Boy) , James Alexander Hill (School Boy) , Rikki Hall (School Boy) , Tom Ryan () , James Jones (School Boy)

Directors: Richard Ayoade

Writers: Richard Ayoade, Joe Dunthorne

Tags: beach, wales, friendship, bullying, coming of age, teenage girl, loss of virginity, teenage protagonist, swansea

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Release Date: 2011-12-14

Genres: Thriller, Crime, Mystery

“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” is a gripping thriller based on a popular Swedish novel. It follows a journalist named Mikael Blomkvist, who teams up with a rebellious computer hacker named Lisbeth Salander to solve the mysterious disappearance of a young woman. As they dig deeper, they uncover shocking corruption that surpasses their wildest imaginations. Starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara, this intense movie will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Cast: Daniel Craig (Mikael Blomkvist) , Rooney Mara (Lisbeth Salander) , Christopher Plummer (Henrik Vanger) , Stellan Skarsgård (Martin Vanger) , Robin Wright (Erika Berger) , Yorick van Wageningen (Nils Bjurman) , Steven Berkoff (Dirch Frode) , Joely Richardson (Anita Vanger) , Geraldine James (Cecilia Vanger) , Goran Visnjic (Dragan Armansky) , Donald Sumpter (Detective Inspector Gustaf Morell) , Ulf Friberg (Hans-Erik Wennerström) , Bengt C.W. Carlsson (Holger Palmgren) , Tony Way (Plague) , Per Myrberg (Harald) , Josefin Asplund (Pernilla) , Eva Fritjofson (Anna) , Moa Garpendal (Harriet Vanger Jeune) , Maya Hansson-Bergqvist (Young Anna) , Sarah Appelberg (Young Cecilia) , Julian Sands (Young Henrik Vanger) , Anna Björk (Young Isabella) , Gustaf Hammarsten (Young Harald Vanger) , Simon Reithner (Young Martin) , David Dencik (Young Gustaf Morell)

Directors: David Fincher

Writers: Steven Zaillian, Stieg Larsson

Tags: rape, journalist, based on novel or book, journalism, island, hacker, nazi, punk rock, investigation, scandinavia, stockholm, sweden, remake, antisocial personality disorder, serial killer, disappearance, hacking, sadist, bible quote, dead cat, millennium, based on movie, abuse, locked room mystery

War Horse

War Horse

Release Date: 2011-12-25

Genres: War, Drama, Action

“War Horse” is a heartwarming and emotional film set during the First World War. It follows the incredible journey of Joey, a horse sold to the Cavalry, as he encounters danger, joy, and sorrow, touching the lives of everyone he meets. With a talented cast including Jeremy Irvine, Peter Mullan, Emily Watson, and more, this movie is a must-watch for anyone seeking a captivating story of friendship and determination. Released on December 25, 2011, it’s one of the best-voted movies of that year.

Cast: Jeremy Irvine (Albert Narracott) , Peter Mullan (Ted Narracott) , Emily Watson (Rose Narracott) , Niels Arestrup (Grandfather) , David Thewlis (Lyons) , Tom Hiddleston (Capt. James Nicholls) , Benedict Cumberbatch (Maj. Jamie Stewart) , Celine Buckens (Emilie) , Toby Kebbell (Geordie Soldier) , Patrick Kennedy (Lt. Charlie Waverly) , Leonard Carow (Michael) , David Kross (Gunther) , Matt Milne (Andrew Easton) , Robert Emms (David Lyons) , Eddie Marsan (Sgt. Fry) , Nicolas Bro (Friedrich) , Rainer Bock (Brandt) , Hinnerk Schönemann (Soldier) , Gary Lydon (Si Easton) , Geoff Bell (Sgt. Sam Perkins) , Liam Cunningham (Army Doctor) , Sebastian Hülk (German Officer at Farm) , Gerard McSorley (Market Auctioneer) , Tony Pitts (Sgt. Martin) , Irfan Hussein (Sgt. Maj. Singh)

Directors: Steven Spielberg

Writers: Lee Hall, Richard Curtis, Michael Morpurgo

Tags: world war i, horse, farm life, execution, trapped, alcoholic, cavalry, plowing, artillery

Source Code

Source Code

“Source Code” is a thrilling sci-fi movie released in 2011. It follows Captain Colter Stevens, a decorated soldier who wakes up in the body of an unknown man. He soon discovers that he is part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. With a talented cast including Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, and Vera Farmiga, this movie will keep you on the edge of your seat as you unravel the mystery alongside Captain Stevens.

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal (Colter Stevens) , Michelle Monaghan (Christina Warren) , Vera Farmiga (Colleen Goodwin) , Jeffrey Wright (Dr. Rutledge) , Michael Arden (Derek Frost) , Cas Anvar (Hazmi) , Russell Peters (Max Denoff) , Brent Skagford (George Troxel) , Craig Thomas (Gold Watch Executive) , Gordon Masten (Conductor) , Susan Bain (Nurse) , Paula Jean Hixson (Coffee Mug Lady) , Lincoln Ward (Minister Sudoku) , Kyle Gatehouse (College Student) , Albert Kwan (Soda Can Guy) , Anne Day-Jones (Office Manager) , Clarice Byrne (Secretary) , James A. Woods (Aviator Glasses Guy) , Joe Cobden (Lab Technician) , Tom Tammi (CNN Anchor) , Matt Holland (Lock Tech) , Jasson Finney (M.P.) , Kyle Allatt (Aide) , Frédérick de Grandpré (Sean Fentress Reflection) , Pierre Leblanc (Train Official)

Directors: Duncan Jones

Writers: Ben Ripley

Tags: bomb, identity, bomber, suspicion, virtual reality, race against time, investigation, surrealism, time loop, soldier, helicopter pilot, augmented reality

X-Men: First Class

X-Men: First Class

“X-Men: First Class” takes us back to the origins of the iconic X-Men characters, Charles Xavier and Erik Lensherr, before they became Professor X and Magneto. Set in the 1960s, this thrilling superhero film follows their journey as they discover their extraordinary powers and form a strong bond of friendship. Together with a group of mutants, they unite to face the world’s greatest threat, making for an action-packed and captivating cinematic experience. Starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, and Jennifer Lawrence, this highly acclaimed movie was released on June 1, 2011.

Cast: James McAvoy (Charles Xavier / Professor X) , Michael Fassbender (Erik Lehnsherr / Magneto) , Kevin Bacon (Sebastian Shaw / Black King) , Rose Byrne (Moira MacTaggert) , Jennifer Lawrence (Raven Darkholme / Mystique) , Nicholas Hoult (Hank McCoy / Beast) , Lucas Till (Alex Summers / Havok) , January Jones (Emma Frost / White Queen) , Jason Flemyng (Azazel) , Caleb Landry Jones (Sean Cassidy / Banshee) , Zoë Kravitz (Angel Salvadore / Tempest) , Edi Gathegi (Armando Muñoz / Darwin) , Álex González (Janos Quested / Riptide) , Oliver Platt (Man in Black Suit) , Matt Craven (CIA Director McCone) , Laurence Belcher (Charles Xavier (12 Years)) , Bill Milner (Young Erik) , Morgan Lily (Young Raven (10 yrs)) , Beth Goddard (Mrs. Xavier) , Éva Magyar (Edie Lensherr) , Corey Johnson (Chief Warden) , Demetri Goritsas (Levene) , Glenn Morshower (Colonel Hendry) , Don Creech (William Stryker) , James Remar (US General)

Directors: Matthew Vaughn

Writers: Matthew Vaughn, Bryan Singer, Jane Goldman, Sheldon Turner, Ashley Edward Miller, Zack Stentz

Tags: cia, nuclear war, mutant, mine, superhero, based on comic, superhuman, historical fiction, cuban missile crisis, world war iii, 1960s

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

Rise of the Planet of the Apes

“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” is a thrilling sci-fi movie released in 2011. It follows the story of Caesar, a highly intelligent chimpanzee who has been leading a peaceful life until he is taken to a cruel primate facility. Fueled by the desire for justice, Caesar leads a revolt against those who have harmed him, resulting in an epic battle between humans and apes. Starring James Franco, Andy Serkis, and Freida Pinto, this movie is a must-watch for fans of action-packed and thought-provoking films.

Cast: James Franco (Will Rodman) , Andy Serkis (Caesar) , Freida Pinto (Caroline Aranha) , John Lithgow (Charles Rodman) , Brian Cox (John Landon) , Tom Felton (Dodge Landon) , David Hewlett (Douglas Hunsiker) , Tyler Labine (Robert Franklin) , David Oyelowo (Steven Jacobs) , Jamie Harris (Rodney) , Ty Olsson (John Hamil) , Chelah Horsdal (Irena) , Jesse Reid (Donnie Thompson) , Joey Roche (Todd Hunsiker) , Madison Bell (Alice Hunsiker) , Makena Joy (Teenage Alice Hunsiker) , B. J. Harrison (Dottie) , Mattie Hawkinson (Linda) , Karin Konoval (Maurice / Court Clerk) , Terry Notary (Rocket / Bright Eyes) , Richard Ridings (Buck) , Christopher Gordon (Koda) , Devyn Dalton (Cornelia) , Jay Caputo (Alpha) , Leah Gibson (Party Girl #1)

Directors: Rupert Wyatt

Writers: Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver

Tags: intelligence, zoo, cage, dystopia, alzheimer’s disease, golden gate bridge, ape, monkey, medical research



Release Date: 2011-09-23

Genres: Drama

“Moneyball” is a captivating sports drama released in 2011, starring Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. The film tells the inspiring true story of Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland Athletics, who used computer-generated analysis to build a competitive baseball team on a limited budget. With a stellar cast and an intriguing plot, this movie is a must-watch for sports enthusiasts and fans of underdog stories.

Cast: Brad Pitt (Billy Beane) , Jonah Hill (Peter Brand) , Philip Seymour Hoffman (Art Howe) , Robin Wright (Sharon) , Chris Pratt (Scott Hatteberg) , Stephen Bishop (David Justice) , Reed Diamond (Mark Shapiro) , Brent Jennings (Ron Washington) , Ken Medlock (Grady Fuson) , Tammy Blanchard (Elizabeth Hatteberg) , Jack McGee (John Poloni) , Vyto Ruginis (Pittaro) , Nick Searcy (Matt Keough) , Glenn Morshower (Ron Hopkins) , Casey Bond (Chad Bradford) , Nick Porrazzo (Jeremy Giambi) , Kerris Dorsey (Casey Beane) , Arliss Howard (John Henry) , Reed Thompson (Young Billy) , James Shanklin (Billy’s Dad) , Diane Behrens (Billy’s Mom) , Takayo Fischer (Suzanne – Billy’s Secretary) , Derrin Ebert (Mike Magnante) , Miguel Mendoza (Ricardo Rincon) , Gerardo Celasco (Carlos Peña)

Directors: Bennett Miller

Writers: Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin, Michael Lewis, Brian Alexander, Stan Chervin

Tags: underdog, california, 1970s, baseball, sports, oakland, california, based on true story, job transfer, oakland athletics, franchise, talent manager, statistics, 1980s, 2000s, mlb

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Crazy, Stupid, Love.

Release Date: 2011-07-29

Genres: Comedy, Drama, Romance

“Crazy, Stupid, Love.” is a heartwarming and hilarious movie released in 2011. It follows the story of Cal Weaver, whose seemingly perfect life falls apart when he discovers his wife’s infidelity. With the help of a charming ladies’ man named Jacob Palmer, Cal embarks on a journey of self-discovery and learns the art of dating. Starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, and more, this film is a must-watch for its relatable characters and entertaining plot.

Cast: Steve Carell (Cal Weaver) , Ryan Gosling (Jacob Palmer) , Julianne Moore (Emily Weaver) , Emma Stone (Hannah Weaver) , Lio Tipton (Jessica Riley) , Jonah Bobo (Robbie Weaver) , Joey King (Molly Weaver) , Marisa Tomei (Kate Tafferty) , Beth Littleford (Claire Riley) , John Carroll Lynch (Bernie Riley) , Kevin Bacon (David Lindhagen) , Liza Lapira (Liz) , Josh Groban (Richard) , Mekia Cox (Tiffany) , Julianna Guill (Madison) , Crystal Reed (Amy Johnson) , Zayne Emory (Eric) , Joanne Brooks (Waitress for Cal and Kate) , Caitlin Thompson (Taylor) , Karolina Wydra (Jordyn) , Tracy Mulholland (Megan) , Katerina Mikailenko (Stephanie) , Janine Barris (Heather) , Jenny Mollen (Lisa) , Jessica Diz (Olivia)

Directors: Glenn Ficarra, John Requa

Writers: Dan Fogelman

Tags: soulmates, midlife crisis, marriage crisis, womanizer, law school, los angeles, california, relationship

Fast Five

Fast Five

Release Date: 2011-04-20

Genres: Action, Thriller, Crime

“Fast Five” is an action-packed movie released in 2011, starring Vin Diesel, Paul Walker, Jordana Brewster, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Matt Schulze, Sung Kang, Gal Gadot, Tego Calderon, and Don Omar. The film follows former cop Brian O’Conner and ex-con Dom Toretto as they team up on the wrong side of the law. After breaking Dom out of custody, they find themselves on the run, crossing borders to escape authorities. Set in Rio de Janeiro, they must pull off one final job to secure their freedom.

Cast: Vin Diesel (Dominic Toretto) , Paul Walker (Brian O’Conner) , Jordana Brewster (Mia) , Tyrese Gibson (Roman) , Ludacris (Tej) , Matt Schulze (Vince) , Sung Kang (Han) , Gal Gadot (Gisele Yashar) , Tego Calderon (Leo) , Don Omar (Santos) , Joaquim de Almeida (Reyes) , Dwayne Johnson (Hobbs) , Elsa Pataky (Elena) , Michael Irby (Zizi) , Fernando Chien (Wilkes) , Alimi Ballard (Fusco) , Yorgo Constantine (Chato) , Geoff Meed (Macroy) , Joseph Melendez (Chief of Police Alemeida) , Jeirmarie Osorio (Rosa) , Mark Hicks (Capa) , Esteban Cueto (Berto) , Corey Michael Eubanks (Lanzo) , Luis Da Silva Jr. (Diogo) , Eva Mendes (Monica Fuentes (uncredited))

Directors: Justin Lin

Writers: Gary Scott Thompson, Chris Morgan

Tags: car race, fbi, freedom, escaped convict, street race, prison escape, car crash, heist, organized crime, on the run, money, fugitive, police chase, duringcreditsstinger



Release Date: 2011-08-26

Genres: Thriller, Crime, Action

“Headhunters” is a thrilling movie released in 2011 that follows an accomplished headhunter who takes a daring risk to acquire a valuable painting owned by a former mercenary. Starring Aksel Hennie, Synnøve Macody Lund, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and other talented actors, this film promises an intense and suspenseful ride. Get ready to be captivated by the high-stakes world of art and espionage when you watch “Headhunters.”

Cast: Aksel Hennie (Roger Brown) , Synnøve Macody Lund (Diana Brown) , Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Clas Greve) , Julie R. Ølgaard (Lotte) , Kyrre Haugen Sydness (Lander) , Valentina Alexeeva (Natasja) , Reidar Sørensen (Brede Sperre) , Eivind Sander (Ove Kjikerud) , Nils Jørgen Kaalstad (Stig) , Joachim Rafaelsen (Brugd) , Mats Mogeland (Sunded) , Gunnar Skramstad Johnsen (Monsen 1) , Lars Skramstad Johnsen (Monsen 2) , Signe Tynning (TV-vertinne) , Nils Gunnar Lie (TV-vert) , Baard Owe (Sindre Aa) , Sondre Abel (Økonomisjef) , Mattis Herman Nyquist (Ferdinand) , Irina Eidsvold Tøien (Patolog) , Camilla Augusta Hallan (Sykepleier) , Anjum Salwan (Drosjesjåfør)

Directors: Morten Tyldum

Writers: Lars Gudmestad, Ulf Rydberg, Jo Nesbø

Tags: based on novel or book, norway, mercenary, chase, heist, dark comedy, morgue, on the run, death of lover, art thief, cat and mouse, art gallery, presumed dead, cat burglar, police investigation, troubled marriage, tracking device, nordic noir, oslo, norway, forgery, poisoning, art heist, tracking

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