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Best Drama Movies 2011

As you can see from the list, 2011 was a damn good year for drama. We'd especially recommend 'Drive' and 'Take Shelter' if you fancy something a bit out of the ordinary.

List Of 2011 Films

While 2011 saw the end of the mega Harry Potter franchise, it also brought us new sci-fi/fantasy worlds to love like Marvel's 'Thor'.

List Of 2011 Drama Films

The hard-hitting 'A Separation' tops our list, although we also loved the classic 'Moneyball'. 'The King's Speech' took home the coveted Best Picture Award at the oscars, if you're into that kind of thing.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Movies

All of JGL's major roles in one list, including '50/50', '500 Days of Summer', and probably one other one containing the digits 5 and 0. What can we say? We Joseph Gordon-Love it!

'The Laughter Dies': When the Frat Pack Gets Emotional

Some of modern comedy's best known comedic actors - including Ferrell, Rogen, Hill, and co. - try to take things a bit more seriously, with some powerful results, John C Reilly in "We Need to Talk About Kevin", Jonah Hill in "Wolf of Wall Street" and "Moneyball" or Steve Carrell in "Foxcatcher".

Best Comedy Movies 2011

The kings and queens of comedy united in 2011 to create the ultimate ensembles. Don’t miss Maya Rudolph, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, and Rose Byrne wreck havoc on a bridal salon bathroom. Mila Kunis and Natalie Portman both attempt friends with benefits, but Emma Stone, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, and Julianne Moore bring a whole new meaning to crazy, stupid, love.

Seth Rogen Movies

While some of us might find the premise of him landing Katherine Heigl in 'Knocked Up' a little far-fetched, there is no denying Rogan's charm, whether he's playing a lovable pot-head broadcaster, lovable pot-head superhero, or lovable pot-head amateur pornstar.

'Platonic As It Gets': Touching Bromantic Drama

Deeper than friendship, bromance is a platonic state of union in which two men support, guide, and inspire one another. Who says real men don't cry! Give 'The Intouchables' a watch for a relatively recent, French effort tracing the friendship between a quadriplegic aristocrat and his spunky new caretaker.

'Movies Like Wedding Crashers': Modern Bromantic Comedy

Raunchy comedies in the vein of 'The Interview' and 'I Love You Man' celebrating the eternal, immutable, and solely platonic bond between two bros who can never quite bring themselves to utter the L word.

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