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Top 5 movies of 2011

Updated on December 29, 2011

Well, 2011 came to an end with a lot of great movies at the box office. The whole year comprised of some really bad and some really awesome movies. But this list is about the top grosser of the year.

Note : Yup, it includes the movies that made huge amount of money at box office despite being bad.

  1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 : The year 2011 saw the end of the one of the best franchisees ever, i.e Harry Potter. Audience rushed to the theaters to receive their last dose of Pottermania. Total gross- $381,011,219
  2. Transformers : Dark of the moon : Like other movies in the series, this was too a crowd puller. This movie stood on its expectation delivering people what they expected- a whole lot of action.
  3. The Twilight Saga - Breaking Dawn - Part I : Does this movie needs any explanation for being such a huge hit. Wondering how much the second part will earn. Total Gross-$271,933,901
  4. Hangover- Part II : Story wise - Poor Gross wise - Amazing. That's all I can say. (how a movie with such a lame story became the top grosser, over-hyped!) Total Gross -$254,464,305
  5. Pirates of Carrbbean - On Stranger Tides : Lacked a good storyline, but Jack Sparrow is still great and carries the whole movie on his shoulders and there was Penelope to add her zing to the movie. Total Gross-$241,071,802

Well, it somewhat ended the way I had predicted in the earlier list, what do you think guys?

Also See :

Best movies of 2011- The must watch movies

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    • callmelife profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from India

      Yup Hangover made that much money but I don't understand why they made the second part similar to the first one

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      H C Palting 

      7 years ago from East Coast

      I absolutely loved Twilight and Transformers, but chose not to see Pirates due to the cast change. I agree with you on Hangover II, the first one was definitely better. I didn't know Hangover made that much.


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