19 December 2011 7:30 AM, PST | FilmJunk | See recent FilmJunk news »

In addition to the flood of awards nominations that have been announced over the last couple of weeks, the year end top 10 lists are finally starting to circulate as well. Critics have been busy cramming to make sure they see all of the most important movies while also finalizing their lists before the end of the year. Although we can't post every single Best of 2011 list that comes up, there are a few that always seem particularly noteworthy and one of those is Roger Ebert's. This year Ebert praises some of the biggest awards contenders (Hugo, The Artist and The Descendants), while also including some of the movies that various awards bodies have overlooked thus far such as The Tree of Life, Shame and Drive. There are a few unexpected choices, including Kenneth Lonergan's Margaret and David Schwimmer's Trust, and also a few movies I had barely even heard of: Kinyarwanda, »

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