Almost Locals Only: Top Ten of 2011

On this episode of the Almost Locals Only podcast John, Shannon and Nat get together for the third year running to talk their favorite films of the year 2011. Great goodness that concession stands packed with snacks salty and sweet! Give the show a listen!

Show notes (podcast recorded Wednesday January 18, run time 1hr 14mins Intro Music Nightcall Kavinsky & Lovefoxxx from the Drive (original motion picture soundtrack) Outro music Put The Gun On The Floor” BigBlackDelta)

John’s Top Ten
1. Drive
2. Martha Marcy May Marlene
3. Shame
4. Melancholia
5. Tree of Life
6. Bellflower
7. 50/50
8. The Girl WIth The Dragoon Tattoo
9. Attack the Block
10. X-Men: First Class, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Fast Five

Shannon’s Top Ten
1. We Need To Talk About Kevin
2. The Skin I Live In
3. The Descendants
4. The Girl With The Dragoon Tattoo
5. Take Shelter
6. Drive
7. Martha Marcy May Marlene
8. Melancholia
9. The Help
10. The Debt

Nat’s Top Ten
1. The Artist
2. The Skin I Live In
3. The Innkeepers
4. 50/50
5. Tree of Life
6. Tinker Tailor Solider Spy
7. Hugo
8. Midnight in Paris (Side Woody Allen recommendation 1987’s Radio Days)
9. Rango
10. Green Lantern

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