5. Men In Black 3: Paul Thomas Anderson
I thought Men In Black 3 was a pretty good film, it had ideas, imagination and heart, and I'm not alone in that assessment, in fact Paul Thomas Anderson director of this year's biggest Oscar contender The Master is on my side. Anderson recently told the Washington Post
that he thought the Will Smith blockbuster was "f****** great... The time-travel stuff cry my eyes out. I'm a sucker for that stuff." One of my darkest cinematic secrets is that I cried at the end of Men In Black II (it's a long story and surprisingly didn't involve the cinema's 'No refunds' policy), so this almost makes me feel a little less ashamed... almost.