Cool Clicks: The 10 Cheesiest Movie Moments of 2011

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It's never too late to remember how hokey 2011 was! FilmDrunk lists the ten cheesiest movie moments of last year, from Carey Mulligan's cringe-inducing rendition of "New York, New York" in "Shame" to everything involving the dead mom locket in "Super 8."

You'll know when you're not in Kansas anymore. Like its predecessor, Sam Raimi's "Oz, the Great and Powerful" will feature a dramatic transition from black and white to color, according to Cinema Blend.

MTV IggyX Japan's Yoshiki talks to MTV Iggy about composing this year's Golden Globes theme song and how he's actually excited for a Ricky Gervais teasing. And, yes, X Japan's "I.V." playing over the closing credits was indeed the best thing about "Saw IV."

"Gosh!" In honor of the "Napoleon Dynamite" animated series premiering this Sunday on Fox, Complex lists the ten most obnoxiously over-imitated movie characters. Hmm... you think Austin Powers might qualify?

Giants in the sky! "Chicago" and "Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" director Rob Marshall will be calling the shots on Disney's film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's dark fairy tale musical, "Into the Woods."

Jamie Alexander, a self-described comic book nerd, talks to MTV about her involvement in "Thor 2" but remains coy about any possible appearance in "The Avengers." Oh, and "Game of Thrones" rocks.