One sentence review: Obviously, this is the most different film that Martin Scorsese has ever made throughout his 30+ year career, but he goes to whole new dimensions with his latest masterpiece as Hugo provides alongside a very impressive ensemble cast a fascinating in-sight of the history of cinema, stunning visual effects that makes 3D actually worth the money and a very heartfelt story for all ages.
One sentence review:Shame provides literally everything there is to know about sex as it's filmed with a Stanley Kubrick-like style and features fantastic Oscar worthy performances from Michael Fassbender and Carey Mulligan that make it emotional but at the same time psychologically disturbing to watch.
One sentence review: A silent film made in 2011 that is set in the 1920s became a very unique idea but, The Artist captures the reality of it being a 1920s silent film and is a film that is charming, funny, emotional and is all-round magical ride featuring outstanding Oscar winning (in my opinion) performances from Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo that is guaranteed to overshadow most of the other films at the upcoming Academy Awards.
One sentence review: Being a child of the 90s and going up with the Harry Potter films and having read all of the books, this is an epic, emotional and exhilirating finale to the franchise that defined this generation, and will surely make you shed a tear or two.
One sentence review: Having said that not everybody is going to like this film due to the eerie surreal and experimental concepts, The Tree Of Life is a beautiful story that expresses a very strong point of view about life, and a result of this, makes itself worthy as the latest landmark of cinema and a strong contender for Best Picture at the 84th Academy Awards.
One sentence review: From the director of Sideways and About Schmidt comes a very up-close and personal, sensitive drama featuring yet another remarkable yet different performance from Hollywood gem George Clooney, a breakthrough in the young career of Shailene Woodley, beautiful concepts within Hawaii and a very heartfelt message that could make you weep for a long time.
One sentence review: It may be a beautifully crafted film that was filmed, acted, written and produced at Oscar-worthy level, but this film really is one of the most gut-retching, intense and psychologically disturbing films in recent memory that should be a strong Oscar favourite for a few awards.
One sentence review: A comedy about cancer is perhaps the most forbidden idea for a film but despite that, 50/50 is a very emotional film with brilliant performances (especially from Gordon-Levitt) and has a few laughs.
One sentence review: Quite honestly, having the audacity to remake an American version of the Swedish film based upon the Swedish novel is not a wise idea especially after how recent the Swedish version was, but miraculously David Fincher with Daniel Craig, Rooney Mara, Christopher Plummer etc provide us with a beautifully executed remake that perhaps doesn't surpass the previous version but executes and relives it's brilliance exquisitely.
One sentence review: Paddy Considine makes an absolutely fantastic directorial and individual screenwriting debut in a feature film that is psychologically disturbing with fantastic performances and is perhaps the best British film of 2011.
One sentence review: The legendary Steven Spielberg directs his second feature film of 2011 and provides us with a story that is heart-melting and incredibly emotional to watch but also one that's quite horrific and intense as it expresses the horror of war and becomes one of Spielberg's finest films!
One sentence review: Aardman Animations rise and shine once again with their latest film (their first alongside Sony Pictures Entertainment) and provides us with a hilarious, heart-warming and a visually stunning adventure that is another treasured and magical film to watch around the Christmas season.
One sentence review: Being a huge fan of the series, I knew I was going to love this anyway but it honours the series and is one of the most loved comedies that gives the boys a strong and heart-warming yet disastrous farewell.
One sentence review: The X-Men series was dead after X-Men: The Last Stand and X-Men Origins: Wolverine, but now that this prequel has come out, a series has been reborn into what could be a prequel trilogy.
One sentence review: Although I knew I was going to love this seeing as I loved the old Disney films as a child, this is a beautiful trip down memory lane that should win Best Animated Picture at the 84th Academy Awards.
One sentence review: Academy Award winning director Roman Polanski (The Pianist, Chinatown, Rosemary's Baby) gives us his latest film that is very different to what he has previously worked on and gives us an outrageously hilarious black-comedy that features 3 out of 4 Academy Award winning actors that is one of the most underrated films of 2011.
One sentence review: Considering that this received unexpected yet huge critical success and not feeling the complete hype that Drive has gained, it is still a very intense, exciting and visually artistic film that is a very enjoyable film to watch.
One sentence review: Matt Damon in a family film isn't something that regularly happens but having said this, he goes somewhere different alongside Scarlett Johansson and three talented youngsters to create an emotional and heartwarming story that's an inspiration and will make you smile from start to finish.
One sentence review: Although I couldn't see anything going seriously wrong with My Week With Marilyn anyway, it is truly a great film with fantastic performances from Michelle Williams and Kenneth Branagh alongside Eddie Redmayne, Judi Dench, Julia Ormond and a nice surprise appearance from Harry Potter star Emma Watson.
One sentence review:Midnight In Paris may be Woody Allen's approximately 20th romantic-comedy, but it delivers it's short and sweet taste that was beautifully filmed, and makes it Allen's best film in years.
One sentence review: Pixar Animation Studios director Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille) goes somewhere entirely different and achieves a huge breakthrough in his career as he brings forth the latest Mission: Impossible instalment and turns it into an intense, explosive and exhilarating thrill-ride that perhaps hasn't concluded the series just yet.
One sentence review: Immediately appearing like Transformers but set in the future, is a boxing film and features the amazing Hugh Jackman, so with this in mind, Real Steel provides what you wouldn't normally expect and is truly fantastic for what it is: a piece of pure entertainment.
One sentence review: This looked like a traditional vampire film with tons of blood and gore that we have seen time and time again, but featuring that with many laughs and great performances from particularly Colin Farrell and David Tennant, it is a really good piece of fun filled with laughs and suspense.
One sentence review: First of all, you simply cannot go wrong with Peter Jackson and Steven Spielberg working together on a film, but considering that I didn't know much about the Tintin comics before watching the film, I found it a visually stunning and entertaining adventure that is an excellent build-up to the sequel.
One sentence review: Now that the Shrek series has now been placed on the shelf and has drawn to a close, expectations were mixed with this spin-off prequel but having said that, Puss In Boots was surprisingly a very entertaining, exciting and magical film that takes you through the different adventures into the worlds of classic fairy tales.
One sentence review: Although Warrior initially appeared like a vintage in-ring sports film like Rocky, Raging Bull, Million Dollar Baby, Cinderella Man, The Wrestler and The Fighter, it is a very good film but it perhaps isn't anything different and does have one or two flaws.
One sentence review: With its impressive ensemble cast behind it, Horrible Bosses is an absolutely hilarious and unique black-comedy that deserves to be a strong candidate at the upcoming Golden Globe Awards for Best Picture Musical/Comedy.
One sentence review: Immediate impressions are generally that it's just another chick-flick but it, unlike Sex And The City, has a soul and is surprisingly very affectionate and fun film to watch that is a good laugh for both males and females.
One sentence review: Kenneth Branagh as director was perhaps the strangest decision in a very long time, but he manages to pull off another fantastic Marvel achievement that is an exciting build-up to The Avengers.
One sentence review: The most spectacular aspect about Kung Fu Panda 2 was not only that it turned out a very entertaining and fresh sequel, but also it honors exactly what we witnessed in the first film and has, therefore, opened up a possible franchise of kung fu that we could be seeing in years to come.
One sentence review: From the director and co-creator of Saw comes a traditional horror film that gives you exactly what you'd normally expect by mixing The Exorcist, Paranormal Activity and Poltergeist together, and as a result, it has become of the most terrifying films of this generation.
One sentence review: First, you cannot go wrong with Matt Damon in a Bourne-like thriller, but by mixing that with a uniquely creative science fiction dialogue comes a fresh and amazingly-crafted piece of entertainment.
One sentence review: Considering that this could easily be misunderstood as a possible link from Taken (also starring Liam Neeson), this was a lot more entertaining featuring a very smart dialogue with many twists and turns.
One sentence review: Although it does have it's references of "deep blue sea", this will obviously at first be completely misunderstood as a film to do with sea creatures but it's another fantastically executed but EXTREMELY underrated drama with an Oscar-worthy performance from Rachel Weisz and a great performance from Tom Hiddleston and shows us about the consequences and the personal effects of suicide.
One sentence review: Being one who actually never grew up watching The Muppets and had only started watching them most recently, expectations were average but typically this new installment in the series became something that is just fresh and fun to just sit down and enjoy.
One sentence review: To be perfectly honest, to be able to get the full enjoyment out of watching The Iron Lady, you really don't need to be part of the Conservative Party nor to like Margaret Thatcher as Meryl Streep gives yet another outstanding performance that could make her another step closer to earning a well-deserved third Academy Award win.
One sentence review:Moneyball perhaps isn't your typical depressing and violent sports film like Raging Bull, The Wrestler, The Fighter and Million Dollar Baby, but it's an easier-going and slightly warmer sports film like The Damned United, The Blind Side, Bend It Like Beckham and Invictus that features another fantastic performance from Brad Pitt and a breakthrough performance from Jonah Hill.
One sentence review: Absolutely loved the first film and remember laughing so much at the cinema when I was 12 years old, and once again lightning has struck twice with this fresh and hilarious sequel.
One sentence review: I'm ashamed to admit that despite the negative reviews that this has received, I found this a hilarious and fresh piece of entertainment with good performances, especially from Christoph Waltz.
One sentence review: Although this is the first Scream film in 11 years and perhaps wasn't required, but it is a decent fourth instalment that is enjoyable to watch and isn't anything to take seriously.
One sentence review: In 2009, Guy Ritchie, Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law gave us film that does have its flaws but is nothing more than a fresh piece of entertainment, and this is almost exactly what we got with this sequel but this time, it's provided with a darker story, a more eerie tone and Stephen Fry, so it is a rare sequel that has surpassed it's predecessor.
One sentence review: After the extraordinary trailer, it looked like it could be a masterpiece but it wasn't anything that we hadn't seen before and it became the biggest disappointment of 2011, although it was still enjoyable to watch.
One sentence review: Having said that James Cameron was one of the producers and Sanctum was filmed beautifully, is a must-see in 3D and blu-ray and still a good bit of fun all around, but it still remains incredibly corny as far as script, characters and acting are concerned.