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Friday, December 30, 2011
Films Seen in 2011: Top Ten
1. A Serious Man 
2. The King's Speech 
3. Black Swan 
4. Blue Valentine 
5. The Savages 
6. Kick-Ass 
7. Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries) 
8. That Girl in Yellow Boots 
9. Aami Aadu (Sound of Love) 
10. G**du (Loser) 
The selection and ranking has been based on personal preference
taking into account the 200+ films viewed - be it on the big screen or on video.
Pics courtesy: Google Images
[The year in brackets indicates the year of release and/or making]