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Little Steven's Top Movies of 2011

on Monday, 23 January 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to read Little Steven's review of "In The Land of Blood and Honey"

Click here to read Little Steven's review of "Snow Flower"

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  • Robert P Smarse Jr.
    01/29/2012

    Little Steven! I did not see your fav flick of the year but My favorite was DRIVE with Ryan Gosling and directed by Danish dir. Nicolas Winding Refn. Screw Oscar for ignoring it but it ia a Zen-Neo-Noir. Excellent support with Albert Brooks and Ron Pearlman. It was also Peter Travers #1. I know that you probably don't think much of Rolling Stone anymore but Travers is very cool.about films. Please see DRIVE! It's too bloody, creatived and much too polarizing for mainstream crowds. But I will send you a check if you see it in a theater and don't enjoy it. It's so cool that Scorsese got 11 Oscar noms for Hugo. I also enjoyed The Tree Of Life by Terrence Malick and I'm sure that you are rolling your eyes over that one but I found it very satisfying and even exhillirating. I've seen it now 3x and I get more from it each time. I don't have to pay for any flicks at the multi-plex because I review them and get points. I also help a Professor who teaches a Film Noir course in Amherst, Ma., and have learded a great deal from him and I absolutely love your FILM NOIR show each year. Other films that were good in 2011 were Moneyball, The Artist, The Desscendants, Midnight In Paris. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, and, of course, HUGO!! Go Marty. I'm serious about Drive. Please see it if you already haven't and if you don't like it I will send you a check for you admission if you actually have to pay for your movie-going experience. Thanks for you time. I know that you must be very busy now. Are you rehearseing with Bruce fo his Spring tour? I love your radio show and listen to it religiously on WRSI, The River, 93.9 out of Northampton, Ma. Peace be with you Underground Master and I will see you both during the week in your archives and on Sat. Night tween8-10 pm. Take care. EEYAHH!! SMRZ!!!

    • Robert P Smarse Jr.
      01/29/2012

      Oh yeah, by the way. I've seen The Girl With The Dragoon Tatoo 3x and it also is very cool. I saw all three of The Swedish films and loved them all, especially the first one. Dragon Tatoo. I actually keep on top of lotza b-flicks on dvd as well as Art-House Cinema. I just love films 50/50 split with music. Take care LS. SMRZ!!!

  • bob hoskins
    02/07/2012

    Woody Allan's 'Midnight in Paris' is most deserving to win an Oscar for Best Film & Original Screenplay!

  • bob hoskins
    02/07/2012

    Leonard Cohen's new platter should win a Grammy for Best Album even though it's out a little late for the nominations ....

  • richard sullivan
    08/03/2012

    Haven't seen Blood and Honey or Artist. Ides and Moneyball were great. Totally underwhelmed by Tattoo and Columbiana though..ouch.Hugo was pretty movie, visually stunning but not much..or as Borat would say not so "Happy Times"!

  • richard sullivan
    08/03/2012

    On a sidenote...NO COOLHAND LUKE in best all time movie list???
    Disgracia!

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