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The Social Network
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

"You're not an asshole, Mark. You're just trying hard to be."

While the the sharp dialogue, calm direction by David Fincher and edits from past to present and vice versa were expectedly impressive, nothing takes away the spotlight from Mr. Eiserberg whose bravura performance as the world's youngest billionaire is arguably the best movie performance of 2010. Andrew Garfield was also superb and my sympathy for his character won me over. This is one of the best films today and I'm sure its lasting intelligence will be remembered even after decades.

Black Swan
Black Swan (2010)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Mister Aronofsky, I am greatly honored to have known you. We haven't officially met but I think I am much in love with you. Oh heck no, not you - but your work! I haven't seen a lot of brilliant films today but when Black Swan came to me, I waited patiently for it and now that it's out and I have watched it, I must say I was stunned and ---- oh gosh, I'm speaking too much.

Well, y'know... It was a brilliant idea to pursue it with Natalie Portman in mind you know. She was just amazing and her depth! Oh how she scared the sh*t outta me? Dear Lord, your movie is the horror film of the year because of Portman and... Barbara Hershey! Scariest lady since Sylvia Ganush! Damn, I also commend Vincent Cassel and Mila Kunis! But oh, I couldn't put into words how much I admire this. Forget the Step Up 3D sh*t, this is the best dance movie of 2010!

This is one of your best movies ever... well all your films are great but this stands tip toed. Just Bravo to you! BRAVO TO NATALIE PORTMAN!

Napoleon Dynamite
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Realism for the geeks and nerds, Napoleon Dynamite is a very fascinating movie centered on a town of misfits. You'll find it surprisingly rich and inspirational while figuring out what it really means.

Clash of the Titans
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

If you look at the two latest Hollywood takes on Greek mythology (Percy Jackson and this snorefest built around epic cliches), Clash of the Titans may be set closer to the period. The wonderful talent carrying it were wasted by a script that's obviously trying too hard. It has nothing to boast but spectacular visual flash. But what I discovered here is that there is range in Sam Worthington's acting. If he wants to keep up the claims that he'll become the next Russell Crowe, he should go more to dramas than in epics that give no damn to mood and character.