January 4, 2012
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Last year I made top-5 movie of 2010 that I watched in cinema, but I can’t do that anymore this year because of the misfortune event of Indonesian cinema. I am glad I can’t do that anymore because it’s time to have a better version of top-5 movies, it is no longer movies that were released in 2011 but ALL movies I watched in 2011 regardless which year it was first released. I copied this idea from Anomalous Material (unfortunately I couldn’t find the post anymore.)
I watched a lot of movies in 2011, including some re-watched movies, here are the ones I remember:
- Watashi Wa Kai Ni Naritai – 私は貝になりたい
- 28 Weeks later
- Kaze o Mita Shounen – 風を見た少年
- Black Swan
- The Golden Compass
- The Invasion
- The Storm Riders
- Scott Pilgrim vs The World
- The King’s Speech
- Okuribito – おくりびと
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February 24, 2011
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First of all, I have to give The King’s Speech a big applause and a bucket of flower to shower over it as it is the first drama I have ever seen in Cinema.
I have mentioned it in my top-5 cinema movies of 2010, that I have never seen any drama in cinema because I think we can still see the best out of drama in DVD. However, the moment I saw The King’s Speech trailer, I just have this urge to see it in the big screen.
And…I can proudly said that I loved it and didn’t have any regret of going to Cinema to watch this wonderful drama.
I copied this summary from The Kings Speech official site:
After the death of his father King George V (Michael Gambon) and the scandalous abdication of King Edward VIII (Guy Pearce), Bertie (Colin Firth) who has suffered from a debilitating speech impediment all his life, is suddenly crowned King George VI of England. With his country on the brink of war and in desperate need of a leader, his wife, Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter), the future Queen Mother, arranges for her husband to see an eccentric speech therapist, Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush). After a rough start, the two delve into an unorthodox course of treatment and eventually form an unbreakable bond. With the support of Logue, his family, his government and Winston Churchill (Timothy Spall), the King will overcome his stammer and deliver a radio-address that inspires his people and unites them in battle.
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