NextMovie: 50 Movies We’re Super-Psyched to See in 2011

Movies: There are just so darn many of them. Usually this is a great thing, but with 2011 now upon us, it can seem overwhelming. After all, a new year means a whole new slate of hundreds of movies, ranging from awesome to terribad. Who has the time to sort through them all?

Well, we do.

So don’t worry, your number one internet friend has carefully reviewed every single one of the movies coming out over the next year so that you don’t have to. We’ve gone through the scripts, talked to the actors and poured over the trailers, frame by frame, all in order to determine which films are your best bets over the next 12 months. Here are our top 50.

‘Water for Elephants’

Release Date: April 22
Starring: Robert Pattinson, Reese Witherspoon, Christoph Waltz
The Scoop: Move over, Dumbo, because there’s a new elephant movie in Hollywood these days and if the legion of Twi-Hards have anything to say about it, “Water for Elephants” is about to become the new gold standard in pachyderm cinema. That, of course, is because the lead role is being played by that brooding hair factory Robert Pattinson, whose famous locks are on full display in this period piece about a guy who joins a circus only to fall in love with the ringleader’s wife (Reese Witherspoon in her first cougariffic role). The ringleader, though, is “Inglourious Basterds” bastard Christoph Waltz, so RPattz just may be screwing around with the wrong guy. You know what they say: hair today, gone tomorrow. And yes, it’s okay to hate us just a little for that one. | Watch the trailer

‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1′

Release Date: Nov. 18
Starring: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner
The Scoop: The gang is back for the penultimate entry in the most popular movie series of all time (at least according to its fans). Team Jacob and Team Edward may have had their issues in the past, but now everyone is on the same side: Team Baby, as the whole world decides to gang up on Bella and Edward’s newborn and only the combined powers of vampires and love can save her. What happens next? Well, no doubt you already know from reading the novel by Stephenie Meyer a dozen times, but that’s fine; the magic is in seeing how they pull it off onscreen. And bonus points this time if they manage to film the birth scene without causing us to pass out. Eleven months and counting…

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