2011 was the Year of Movies. So many great titles that came out, and I watch pretty much all of them. Now, looking back, I want to see them again.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Fountain of Youth - Lived up well enough to the standards of the past threes segments of this marvelous saga and set itself up for yet another addition. Definitely hope to see a fifth one developed. :yes:
Thor - This...is my favorite superhero movie to date (made by Marvel at least--I'm certain nothing can move ahead of the new Batman trilogy). It is truly awe-inspiring how the protagonist, Thor, goes from being a brash, self-aggrandizing glorymonger into the compassionate warrior of Asgard, all due to the glimpse of a different world...and love. The deception throughout wasn't very clear the first time, but a second watch-through revealed many subtleties.
Captain America - Yet another epic cinematic creation. Great story and movement into what will be the Avengers.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 - An epic representation of what an ultimate showdown should look like. Light and shadow clash; one is the victorious while the other is vanquished.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon - Last but definitely not least... This was permeated with explosive action nearly all the way through, besides all the honest superfluous junk which would've made the movie just as badawesome without it. Finally seeing the intent of everything behind the scenes is just what this stupendous finale needed to culminate the struggle between the Autobots and Decepticons, and still it might have left room for a fourth.
As for now I'm eagerly awaiting the arrival of The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit Part 1.