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List Of 2011 Romantic Films

In the mood for some black and white, silent, 2011 romance? Look no further! Seriously though, if you haven't seen 'The Artist' yet we'd suggest checking it out.

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.

Best Romance Movies 2011

Enjoy our collection of the best romance movies of 2011: watch Robert Pattinson tend to wounded elephants, Matt Damon flee from an existential agency, and Owen Wilson charm his way through decades of Parisian history!

Michael Fassbender Movies

Smoldering German-Irish star Michael Fassbender most recently captivated audiences playing Magneto in 2014 blockbuster 'X-Men: Days of Future Past', but his magnetism extends far beyond the role.

Movies Like Downton Abbey: Best Movies for Anglophiles

The best movies for Anglophiles, the world over! Expect detailed period costumes, and plenty of Jane Austen adaptations.

'Movies Like Jane Eyre': BBC Smash-Hits

While it's presenters may no longer exclusively speak 'Received English', the BBC is still a bastion for British tastefulness. Enjoy this collection of the best titles to come out of its movie production arm.

'Movies Like Brooklyn': Modern Movies, Historical Romance

Contemporary films set in the days when chivalry and romance were still alive and kicking. Your belching, X-Box obsessed boyfriend will only look that much worse after you observe gentlemen of ages past in such romantic greats as 'A Royal Affair', 'Atonement', and 'W.E.'!

'Go Brit, Never Quit': British Charmers in Love

Once you go Brit, you never quit; enjoy this collection of charming British leads, and they sweep a variety of unhappy middle-aged women off their feet and into their thin, pale, but nevertheless appealing arms. Go classic with 'Impromptu' or place yourself squarely in the modern age with 'Bridget Jones'.

Best of Brontë Movies

The best adaptations of the Brontë sisters' work, from over the years.

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