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Golden Tomato Awards 2011: Winners: HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART 2

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 and the other winners of the 2011 Golden Tomato Awards have been announced. The 13th Annual Golden Tomato Awards are where film review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes honors “the best-reviewed movies of 2011…From the biggest Hollywood hits to the most provocative indies.”

The full listing of the 2011 Golden Tomato Awards is below.

Best Wide Release
1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, 96%
2. Moneyball, 95%
3. The Muppets, 96%
4. Drive, 93%
5. Hugo, 94%
6. Midnight in Paris, 93%
7. Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, 93%
8. Source Code, 91%
9. 50/50, 93%
10. Bridesmaids, (2011) 90%

Best Limited Release
1. Project Nim, 98%
2. A Separation, 100%
3. The Artist, 97%
4. Poetry, 100%
5. The Interrupters, 99%
6. Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, 100%
7. Le Havre, 98%
8. Cave of Forgotten Dreams, 96%
9. Bill Cunningham New York, 98%
10. Born To Be Wild, 98%

Top UK
1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, 96%
2. Project Nim, 98%
3. Weekend, 95%
4. Arthur Christmas, 92%
5. The Arbor, 95%

Top AU
1. Snowtown, (2012) 93%

User
1. 50/50, 93%
2. Warrior, 93%
3. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, 92%
4. The Help, 91%
5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 90%
6. The Muppets, 89%
7. Moneyball, 88%
8. X-Men: First Class, 88%
9. Mission: Impossible ,- ,Ghost Protocol, 87%
10. Rise of the Planet of the Apes 87%

Action/Adventure
1. Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, 93%
2. Fast Five, 78%
3. War Horse, 77%
4. The Way Back, 75%
5. Hanna, 71%

Animation
1. Arthur Christmas, 92%
2. Winnie the Pooh, 91%
3. Rango, 88%
4. Puss in Boots, 83%
5. Kung Fu Panda 2, 81%

Comedy
1. The Artist, 97%
2. Midnight in Paris, 93%
3. The Guard, 95%
4. Bridesmaids, 90%
5. The Trip 89%

Documentary
1. Project Nim, 98%
2. The Interrupters, 99%
3. Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, 100%
4. Cave of Forgotten Dreams 96%
5. Bill Cunningham New York, 98%

Drama
1. Moneyball, 95%
2. Win Win, 94%
3. 50/50, 93%
4. Pariah, 95%
5. The Descendants, 89%

Foreign
1. A Separation, 100%
2. Poetry 100%
3. Le Havre, 98%
4. 13 Assassins, 95%
5. Tomboy, 96%

Horror
1. Attack the Block, 90%
2. Tucker & Dale vs Evil, 85%
3. Fright Night, 74%
4. Stake Land, 75%
5. The Woman, 74%

Kids/Family
1. The Muppets, 96%
2. Hugo, 94%
3. Dolphin Tale, 83%
4. The Tree, 73%
5. We Bought a Zoo, 62%

Romance
1. Weekend, 95%
2. Jane Eyre, 85%
3. Beginners, 84%
4. Crazy, Stupid, Love., 78%
5. Friends With Benefits, 71%

Sci-Fi/Fantasy
1. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, 96%
2. Source Code, 91%
3. X-Men: First Class 87%
4. Rise of the Planet of the Apes 83%
5. Super 8 82%

Thriller
1. Drive, 93%
2. Take Shelter, 92%
3. Snowtown, , 93%
4. Martha Marcy May Marlene, 88%
5. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, 86%

Source: Chinokino, Rottentomatoes

 

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