This year’s Academy Awards was all about the magic of the movies. Perhaps inspired by the likes of The Artist, Midnight in Paris, and Hugo, The Oscars wanted to cash in on some sort of nostalgic virus that seems to be going around Tinseltown these days. Hey, let’s get Adam Sandler to talk about his inspiration for getting into the movies, and making timeless classics like Jack and Jill and Grownups. There was just a lot of sappy reminiscing to go along with all the circle sessions that have become a Hollywood standard.
Sure we are a music blog, but we figured one more day deviating from the formula wouldn’t be so bad, so here are our favorite movies of 2011, since we like those too. Movies are a little harder to decide on since we are unable to see many of the best movies since most of the best movies come out during the holiday season to limited audiences. There was also movies each of us enjoyed but the rest of us didn’t get a chance to see like Hanna, Warrior, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and Moneyball, so these movies either missed everything all together or landed on our just missed lists.
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