|Attack of the Block|
Warning: This film is very nostalgic. After watching you're likely to break out old records and watch bad Nickolodeon at Night.
|Andy Serkis in Rise of the Planet of the Apes.|
|John Slattery and Matt Damon in The Adjustment Bureau|
|James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender in X-Men: First Class|
"Best" Fantasy Films of 20112011 was not a great year for fantasy. There were a few good apples in the batch, but most fantasy films in 2011 fell short. See the standouts listed below.
Hugo - A flawless adaptation of Brian Selznick's book "The Adventures of Hugo Cabret," Hugo is about a boy who secretly lives in a 1930s Paris train station, accompanied only by a notebook, a broken automaton, and a need to reconnect with his deceased father. Martin Scorsese directs one of the most beautiful films of 2011.
|Fright Night 2011|
|Marion Cotillard and Owen Wilson in Midnight in Paris|
Midnight in Paris is a light and airy romantic comedy with a great concept and a fantastical twist. A clever movie in which the main object of affection is Paris itself. If you haven't seen it, I don't want to give away the plot. This is one of Woody Allen's best films in years.