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Let's see what's in store for us in 2012.
The best kung fu movies of 2011. Although the emphasis should be on the fighting and the action scenes, it's hard to stomach movies with zero storyline or cardboard acting. Thus, besides the fighting, some points should be given to well rounded films.
Sometimes you need a good laugh to pick you back up. This list is for those movies good enough to cheer you back up in 2013 when you're feeling down. That, or they could just be really funny.
VH1 used to be a safehaven for rock music in the nineties. Back then, programming consisted mostly of music videos and Behind the Music specials. Now that the synthetic Era of Pro-Tools is upon us, such classic ideals have been replaced by low-cost profit conduits as provided by low-concept and reality television. However, every now and again VH1 will feign to hold true to former ideals and air what they deem to be "Movies that Rock." While Wayne's World and Pretty in Pink used to play in heavy rotation under this heading, now the meaning of the word "rock" has somehow made room to include rap-heavy street flicks. That being true, here are ten movies that really do rock in the most literal sense.
As the star of some of the most profitable and beloved films of the past decade, it seems only fitting that we take a moment and reflect on the career of Christian Bale. For decades this Welsh-born actor has made a name for himself as an incredibly devoted, committed, and dedicated professional. Here are ten of his greatest performances.