After sinking the U.S.S. Yorktown in the battle of Midway, the Japanese thought they saw a ghost ship when the carrier appeared again in battle a few months later. Do you know why? Find out in episode 4 of the Online History Tour. In this episode, battlefield historian Bill Potter takes us on board the […]
2011 had it’s fair share of awful films. To help you weed through the muck of Hollywood trash, we’ve sifted through our archives to see which films stood out the most in Movieology’s reviews. Here are the best of the best films that we evaluated during 2011. While we may not have seen every film, we did our best to catch all the potential “greats.”
Movieology fans are quite a unique breed. We checked to see which films mattered most to you over the course of 2011 (statistically speaking). Here are the top five films that garnered the most reads and comments from our website’s visitors. Some of the films here you might not expect since they were not necessarily great films! So why do they appear to be so relevant to us?
‘Mission: Impossible’ baffles your mind with it’s larger-than-life daring do’s by the indefatigable spy of the IMF, Ethan Hunt. In this tall tale, he’s up against Russian terrorists that will stop at nothing to destroy mankind. “Oh, my goodness!” So does ‘Ghost Protocol’ prove yet again that there really isn’t such a thing as ‘the impossible’ for these secret agents? Is director Brad Bird’s debut to live-action filmmaking live up to his roster of family-oriented animated films? Find out now on Movieology!