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2010 has definately memebeen a wierd year for movies. The first half of the year had mostly crappy movies, like Legion, The Spy Next Door, When In Rome (January), Dear John, Percy Jackson, Cop Out (February), The Bounty Hunter, Green Zone (March), Clash Of The Titans, Death At A Funeral (2010), The Back-Up Plan, A Nightmare on Elm Street (April) and Killers and Jonah Hex in June. I think that Toy Story 3 really borke that streak of awful movies. While yes, 35% of the rest of this years movies have been bad, we've really been rewarded lately. From Inception to Scott Pilgrim VS. The World to The Town to (more importantly) The Social Network to Harry Potter 7 PT1 or The Fighter and Black Swan, we've been a tad spoiled lately.
With that said, here is my list of My Favorite Movies Of 2010.
10. Tron: Legacy. 4/5.
Ever since I saw this last Saturday, I've been wanting to see it again. While yes, very flawed, and despite a mediocre preformance by Garett Hudland, I was completely won over by the CGI and special effects. Also, the score by Daft Punk is brilliant.
9. The Fighter
Even though I haven't seen this I know it's definately going to be on here. I'm seeing it tommorow or the next day, so watch for my review. I just know it'll be on here.
8. Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows 4.5/5.
While no, this isn't the best part of the series, and I felt a little cheated because Im going to have to pay 15.75$ to seethe 2nd Part, this one was stil fantastic. Our three leads have evolved and are now able to showing complex emotion, also, the writing is great. And not to mention the CGI and action scenes.
7. Let Me In 4.5/5
One of the most critically acclaimed movies of 2010, but not seen by anybody at all. This remake of the Swedish movie was great, filled with excellent acting by Chloe Moretz and that one kid from the Road. It's also visually stunning.
6. Scott Pilgrim VS The World 4.5/5
It sucks that this one, like Let Me In, was really not seen by anybody, because it was released on the same day as the shitty Expendables, which took all the money Pilgrim deserved. While t's not much of a stretch for Cera, I still liked him and the supporting cast was great. It was also, like the consensus says 'fast, funny and inventive'.
5. Black Swan
Like the Fighter, I haven't seen Black Swan yet but I'm getting to it. I know for sure I'm going to love this one too and it will definitely have a place on my Top 10.
4. Toy Story 3 5/5
You know, most threequels are pretty average or just plain bad. But when you know Pixar is even slightly associated with it it's going to be amazing, and a perfect example is Toy Story 3. The characters are all warm, the writing has tons of depth, and the animation is great. It totally deserves the 415 million it got.
3. 127 Hours 4.5/5
Both the book and the movie are inspiring. Franco is cocky and likeable and conveys every type of emotion possible. The music is great, the cinematography is beatiful. You can also call it Danny Boyles best movie.
2. Inception 5/5
With the most original story of any and all movie this year, Inception shows you that you don't need a unorginal storyline to have big explosions and lots of guns shooting. The whole cast is excellent, the score by Hans Zimmer is immersive, and, above all, the movie is fresh. (A special thanks to Nolan or whoever made that briefcase version, I LOVE it.)
1. The Social Network 6/5
We all knew that David Fincher was a great director, but we never knew his movies could get *this* good. Like Inception, the whole cast is great and shows some great emotion. The score is very industrial, but in a great way. The best part though, is the screenplay by Aron Sorkin. He made even confusing things crystal clear and it was quite funny at some parts.
Watch out for my reviews of The Fighter and Black Swan before the end of the year. Thanks for reading.