Over 115,000 film fans worldwide have been adding all the movies they’ve seen from the year onto their Flickcharts and pitting them head-to-head against the best movies of all time. The following list is the product of those rankings – generating a combined list of the best movies of 2011 that are ranked the highest by each and every Flickchart user.
Don’t forget too that once you’re there, you can further filter the list to get the best of 2011 combined with any of your favorite actors, directors, genres, and franchises. If they seem in need of rearrangement, you can also rank any of these combinations and make sure the 2011 films you’ve seen are in just the right order on your list. Remember, if you watched and ranked these movies on your Flickchart, you helped to create this list! The higher your favorites of 2011 are on your list, the more you’ll be influencing their positions. If you haven’t yet, be sure to rank your favorites of 2011 to make changes to this list for the future!
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Without further adieu – out of 807 total movies released this year – here is your Top 20 of 2011:
(Blu-ray & DVD | PG13 | 2011)
Flickchart Ranking: #79
Win Percentage: 64%
Times Ranked: 18900
Top-20 Rankings: 103
Directed By: J.J. Abrams
Starring: Joel Courtney • Elle Fanning • Kyle Chandler • Noah Emmerich • Riley Griffiths
Genres: Action • Action Thriller • Coming-of-Age • Mystery • Science Fiction • Sci-Fi Action • Thriller
The sequel to J.J. Abrams‘ 2009 hit Star Trek has been eagerly anticipated by fans, while many delays have been endured. Recently, Paramount gave the sequel’s June 29, 2012 release date to G.I. Joe: Retaliation. But now, the script by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci and Damon Lindelof is nearing completion, and one of the biggest questions on fans’ minds has been answered: After promising to focus on Trek after completing this summer’s Super 8, J.J. Abrams has finally committed to directing the sequel.
With pre-production starting, the script should be finished by the end of the month, and shooting commencing this winter. Now, only a few questions remain: What will be Star Trek 2‘s new release date? Will J.J. succumb to studio pressure to shoot in 3D? And, more importantly, will there be lens flares?
Abrams’ Super 8 hits Blu-ray and DVD November 22.
Flickcharters have been busily ranking over the past months – both the old and the new – and we have up-to-the-minute results on which movies in 2011 have climbed the charts to sit atop the list as the best of the summer. Read below for statistics of some of the summer’s best ranked films, along with some thoughts on each of them from several of our regular contributors here at the blog. Read the rest of this entry »
|Movie||Weekend $||Total $||Average $/Theater||Add to Flickchart|
|Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2||$168.6 Mil||$169 Mil||$38,526|
|Transformers: Dark of the Moon||$21.2 Mil||$303 Mil||$5,425|
|Horrible Bosses||$17.6 Mil||$60 Mil||$5,625|
|Zookeeper||$12.3 Mil||$42 Mil||$3,532|
|Cars 2||$8.3 Mil||$165 Mil||$2,568|
|Winnie the Pooh||$8 Mil||$8 Mil||$3,326|
|Bad Teacher||$5.2 Mil||$89 Mil||$1,956|
|Larry Crowne||$2.8 Mil||$32 Mil||$1,125|
|Super 8||$1.9 Mil||$122 Mil||$1,319|
|Midnight in Paris||$1.9 Mil||$42 Mil||$2,678|
Source: Box Office Mojo