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If you've seen David Fincher's Dragon Tattoo, the opening credits probably blew you away with their angry, sub-Bond style and loud cover of Led Zeppelin's The Immigrant Song by Trent Reznor and Karen O. At the very least, they should have made a strong impression, presuming you don't already think that it was the best title sequence of the whole year.

Now, you can watch those Dragon Tattoo opening credits online - thanks to Tim Miller and Blur Studio's superb design, it's 154 seconds of your life that you won't regret losing.



Yet to make your mind up about your favourite titles from the past 12 months? Read on for the top 5 opening credits of 2011. 


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The Ultimate Christmas Movie Soundboard

That's it. It's Christmas Eve. The Advent Calendar is over. There's nothing more to see here. Christmas is officially over. You've got no more festive film goodness to unwrap.

Except for this: a collection of all the best Christmas film quotes of all time.

What's your favourite Christmas film quote? Will Ferrell insulting Santa, Bill Nighy singing, Alan Rickman saying "ho ho ho", Zooey Deschanel singing Baby, It's Cold Outside, anything said by The Muppets - it's impossible to pick.

So I put them all in one massive festive list. Plus gay Val Kilmer too. Yes, this is the ultimate Christmas movie soundboard.  

Read on to have a click. (It may take a while to load because of its overwhelming awesomeness...)

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6 Funny Christmas Films to Stop You Being Dead Inside


Everyone loves a chuckle at Christmas. Unless you're a total grumpus and you have no friends and you don't like Christmas and you're dead inside.

If you are dead inside, then these top six festive chortle buckets should cheer your sorry face up:

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Director: Duncan Jones
Cast: Michelle Monaghan, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jeffrey Wright, Vera Farmiga
Certificate: 15

If Hitchcock made science fiction, it would probably turn out something like this. Trains, romance, an unsuspecting male lead; it’s all delightfully North by Northwest, right up until the train goes kaboom. Eight minutes later, it happens again. And again. And again.

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Director: Todd Phillips
Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Zach Galifianakis, Jamie Foxx, Michelle Monaghan
Certificate: 15

Cars are funny. Men are funny. Two men in a car together? That's hilarious. Especially if they have to drive across America because one of them says "bomb" on an airplane. They swap bags too. And get accused of drug smuggling. And cross the border into Mexico. Oh, and one of them's about to have a baby! The Funniest Film Since The Hangover, Due Date ticks every comedy box. Except the one labelled jokes.

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