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Happy New 2011!

January 1, 2011

Happy New Year to everybody and I hope you achieve all of your goals this year. Last year, I had made a resolution to review every single movie I have seen in 2010 and I am very happy to tell you all that I have not failed. After reviewing every single movie, I had ended up with a total of two hundred and twenty-five movies watched and reviewed, which is something that I am both happy and astonished by. My resolution for this year is exactly the same as last year’s and I am sure, for as long as I am running this site, the resolutions will always stay the same. My resolution for 2011 is to review every movie I see and I hope that I succeed in possibly beating last year’s number of reviews.

Last year, we have had some great movies such as Inception, Aftershock, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World and Buried. We have also said goodbye to one of the most amazing movie series adored by both children and adults, Toy Story. Toy Story 3 was the last movie of the series in which we said goodbye to the toys and, for quite a few of us, said goodbye to our childhoods too. Speaking of goodbyes, we were also getting ready to wave goodbye to a long-running epic movie series as the first of two parts of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released.

Amidst of all the great movies, there have also been some downsides too with pointless sequels, dull scripts and stereotypes thrown everywhere and that’s just Sex and the City 2. Aaron Seltzer and Jason Friedburg return with yet another unfunny and unoriginal parody in which this time, they had made fun of vampire movies such as the successful movie series Twilight and True Blood. However, the worst movie of 2010, for me, was The Last Airbender,  which was a meaningless story with badly-written characters supported by fantastic special effects.

There have been fantastic movies that have changed the history of movies forever and there have been absolute stinkers that are just unforgivable but in the end, it hasn’t really been a bad year. Next year, we look forward to the long-awaited entry to the Scream series, Scre4m. Also, the hit comedy television series The Inbetweeners will be on the big screen and we all say goodbye to Harry Potter and friends as the last-ever movie in the series, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 is released this July. We also get ready to wave goodbye to moody lovebirds Edward and Bella as The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn- Part One is also released, with Part Two out later in 2012.

Overall, 2011 may not be a bad year for movies but let’s not get our hopes up. Thank you for your time to read this 2011 introduction and thank you for reading my reviews. Let us hope that 2011 will be a good year for movies and for you too.


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