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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.

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 Family Films

This list has been Rango'd. That is all.

Christoph Waltz Movies

German-Austrian actor Christoph Waltz came to prominence in the English-speaking world through his partnership with Quentin Tarantino in 'Inglourious Basterds' and 'Django Unchained', but had a long career in German-launguage cinema before that!

Orlando Bloom with a Sword

Relatively self-explanatory. All movies featuring Orlando Bloom brandishing a sword, including 'LOTR', 'Kingdom of Heaven', and 'Troy'. And yes, to preempt all you ill-informed pedants out there, Legolas does use a sword in some battle-scenes, not just his bow.

Mads Mikkelsen Movies

Mads Mikkelsen may sound like the Danish translation of Mickey Mouse, but watch one of his high-octane thrillers and you'll recognize this Scandinavian star is anything but huggable!

'Movies Like Sherlock Holmes': Adventures in Steampunk

Inspired by the industrialized Western world of the 19th Century, these post 2000 films often feature alternate realities where steam-power was never supplanted by electricity. Fans of H.G. Wells, Conan Doyle, or Jules Verne will have plenty to pick from.

'Movies like Les Miserables': Epic French Adaptations

Modern films based on the best epic works of 19th century French authors including Balzac, Zola, and Dumas. Some in French, some in English, but all carrying a certain 'fin de siècle' vibrancy!

'Movies Like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen': Bang-Up Victorian Adventures

Modern movies in the vein of 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen': watch Victorian-era gentlemen battle Machiavellian evil-geniuses, woefully under-equipped colonial foes, and, the greatest enemy of all: their own emotions. Oh, and yes, we realize not all fit directly in to the Victorian era - pedants!

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