Lists! Everyone loves lists! As you already know -- and if you don't, click through, silly! -- Moviefone selected the Martin Scorsese-directed 'Hugo' as its favorite picture of 2011. Which got us thinking: What did the rest of the entertainment media world love best this year?

In an effort to find some kind of critical consensus, Moviefone looked at critics' best-of lists from top newspapers, magazines and websites around the country. The result? Not much consensus! Also, 'The Artist' was pretty much beloved. Take a look at the findings below.

(Note that some publications, like the New York Times and its critics Manohla Dargis and A.O. Scott, didn't rank year-end favorites. As such, they were excluded.)

'The Artist'
Votes: 3 (Mick LaSalle, San Francisco Chronicle; Amy Biancolli, Houston Chronicle; Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer)

'The Descendants'
Votes: 2 (Betsy Sharkey, Los Angeles Times; Mara Reinstein Us Weekly)

'Moneyball'
Votes: 2 (Lisa Kennedy, Denver Post; Rene Rodriguez, Miami Herald)

'A Separation'
Votes: 2 (Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, Joe Morgenstern, Wall Street Journal)

'Hugo'
Votes: 2 (Ty Burr Boston Globe, Moviefone)

'Tree of Life'
Votes: 2 (Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly; Tom Carson, GQ)

'Meek's Cutoff'
Votes: 1 (Anne Hornaday, Washington Post)

'The Future'
Votes: 1 (Richard Brody, The New Yorker)

'Melancholia'
Votes: 1 (Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly)

'The Adventures of Tintin'
Votes: 1 (David Edelstein, New York)

'Drive'
Votes: 1 (Peter Travers, Rolling Stone)

'Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close'
Votes: 1 (People Magazine -- not available online)

[Photo: Warner Bros.]



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