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Old 03-31-2010, 10:04 PM   #1
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Best Movies of 2010

Hey, Te here

This thread is for my fellow forumites to talk and discuss their favorite movies of 2010! Here have been my favorites so far.....


Number 4: Alice in Wonderland (Tim Burton releases another classic based on the 1940 Disney Classic based on the classic novel by Lewis Carol (courtessy of Mimartin). It stars Johnny Depp as "The Mad Hatter." The movie was much better than I thought, and had great visual effects, though some parts didn't seem to add anything. If they didn't have the White Queen for instance, it would have been better.)

Number 3: Alvin and the Chimpmonks: The Squekuel (I thought the first one was better, but it was still hilarius. It seemed to have a different setting than the first, but still was hilarius. The chipmunk's voices got fairly annoying after a while, but it was heartwarming and silly.)

Number 2: Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning thief (Though nothing like the book, taught much about Greek Mythology and was action packed! However, I don't believe the final battle added much of anything, it was cool and the visual effects were amazing! It is definately sequal-worthy in my mind!)

ONE: How to Train your Dragon (THE BEST ANIMATED MOVIE SINCE UP! It was just as good as Up, and had that certain same Pixarish appearence, why? It was directed by the same director as Lilo and Stitch and the lead writer of The Incredibles. I thought it was cool and heartwarming, and the characters were adorable. My only critisism is that they put too much emphesis on the vikings, and less on the dragons themselves. it got so many good reviews from the box office, fans, and critics alike. It got 97% from rotten tomatoes which RARELY gives a 50%! I heard rumors of a sequel in 2011 or 2012 called "How to be a Pirate" with the same characters going to a world of pirates and swashbucklers. If you want a good movie, see this, you don't know what you will be missing.)

In my mind, these were, by far, the BEST movies I have seen in the theater. I would like your opinions as well!

The four movies of 2010 I am anticipating


4: Iron Man 2

3: The Shadow of the Bat

2: Shrek: 4 Ever After

1: Toy Story 3


What are your favorite movies this year so far?




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Old 03-31-2010, 10:20 PM   #2
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Tim Burton releases another classic based on the 1940 Disney Classic.

Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland is a 1865 novel by Charles Luwidge Dodgson (AKA Lewis Carroll)

9 more months before the best movie of 2010 can be determined.


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Old 03-31-2010, 10:22 PM   #3
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I am just saying what people think so far. I want this to be a runon thread for the rest of the year.




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Old 03-31-2010, 11:25 PM   #4
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So far I have only watched and liked Alice in Wonderland.

Now I am anticipating Clash of the Titans, Tron:Legacy , Prince of Persia and Iron Man 2.



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Only watched Alice in Wonderland, thought it was meh (probably because American McGee's Alice feels so vastly superior to it). Kick-Ass is really the only movie I'm anticipating.


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So far this year I've only seen The Wolfman which was terrible, and The Book of Eli which was very good! I'd easily give Eli 8.5/10 and I'd suggest it to anyone.

I mainly anticipating Clash of the Titans, Tron:Legacy, Robin Hood, Iron Man 2, Prince of Persia, The Green Hornet, A-Team, and Inception. But I'll try to see Green Zone and Shutter Island when they come out on DVD.

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This.

I'm sort-of looking forward to seeing what the Robin Hood film is like. So far nothing else has really grabbed my interest


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When rumors about Michael Bay directing Prince of Persia began to show up, I wept for this movies' sake. When he was confirmed out and the latest teaser trailer was up, I got so pumped up. As long as it isn't the same Sands of Time saga (but rather, told differently), it has a lot of potential.

Aside from it, I'm eagerly waiting for more Iron Man (2) heroic awesomeness and cynicism, intrigued by Robin Hood and uncertain about Toy Story 3.


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Only movie I've seen so far this year was Green Zone, it was basically just ****ing liberal propaganda. The action was decent, but I'm still glad I was drunk when I watched it.


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Why are you unsure about Toy Story? There has been absolutely NO bad Pixar movie!




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So far this year I've only seen The Wolfman which was terrible, and The Book of Eli which was very good! I'd easily give Eli 8.5/10 and I'd suggest it to anyone.
So far, I've only seen those two, too. But I actually liked The Wolfman. At least it's not that teenager horror movie ruin crap that we see nowadays.



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This.

I'm sort-of looking forward to seeing what the Robin Hood film is like. So far nothing else has really grabbed my interest
Robin Hood looks great doesn't it? I think Russel Crowe will do an excellent job!


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Robin Hood looks great doesn't it? I think Gerard Butler will do an excellent job!
He'd have to be an incredibly good actor to pull off the role, especially seeing as he isn't in it.

As for Toy Story, while it's true that Pixar haven't made a bad film yet, that doesn't mean they can't, or won't. It's inevitable that one of their films will ultimately suck. But I hope it isn't Toy Story 3.






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Why are you unsure about Toy Story? There has been absolutely NO bad Pixar movie!
Toy Story 2 was everything but good.


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It was directed by [...] the lead writer of The Incredibles.
No. The director of The Incredibles was the also the lead writer of The Incredibles. He didn't work on How to Train Your Dragon at all.
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Just realised I should have mentioned films I want to see this year. And there's only one so far - Iron Man 2.

I was initially interested in Jonah Hex, but after hearing that Megan Fox was involved, and given the generally bad reputation comic book movies have, i've decided not to see that.

The one film I definitely won't be going to see, though, is True Grit. However much I like Jeff Bridges, there's only one Rooster.






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He'd have to be an incredibly good actor to pull off the role, especially seeing as he isn't in it.
Oops, thanks for pointing that out.

And on the Pixar matter, I agree with Crt Alt Del that Toy Story 2 wasn't very good. It was by no means bad, but not a film I plan on rewatching soon.

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And on the Pixar matter, I agree with Crt Alt Del that Toy Story 2 wasn't very good. It was by no means bad, but not a film I plan on rewatching soon.
Why didn't you like it?
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I'm in no way implying that the critics are always right, but Toy Story 2 has received a lot of critical acclaim. It's in the top 250 on IMDB (#245), received a perfect 100% on rottentomates (out of 143 reviews) (link), and, when adjusted for inflation, ranks #94 on the all-time box office list (link). IGN also listed it as the #1 animated film of all-time (link). The first Toy Story was ranked #11.

As for my personal taste, I actually preferred the first Toy Story movie, but it appears I'm in the minority on that one.


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IGN's list is awful. Why is Shrek ahead of Pinocchio, Bambi, Fantasia, and Dumbo?
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I think IGN attempts to ignore "historical importance" as a factor. The movies you listed have stood the test of time, and I agree that should be factored in when making a list. I think IGN's list attempted to ignore that bias.


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Mainly I thought the story wasn't near as interesting.

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That's nice, but hardly relevant to the films of 2010, is it?






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IGN's list is awful. Why is Shrek ahead of Pinocchio, Bambi, Fantasia, and Dumbo?
So yeah, no Ghost in the Shell, Paprika or My Neighbour Totoro. Trash American pop culture list. Pure IGN.


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I am Looking To a Number of Films in 2010 but first a Must say why im not Looking Forward to Most Future Animation films... The Main Reason is this Stupid New 3D craze.. I mean 3D has been around for a while and when it first came out i belive not many people liked it But now its this HUGE amazing thing

But enough of that here are the films im looking forward to

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Yogi Bear the Movie
http://www.themovieinsider.com/m380/the-a-team/
Reason-I liked the Old cartoon

The A team Movie
http://www.themovieinsider.com/m2262/little-fockers/
I will say i do not like the look of the actors they got for it, But alas as a Fan of the Old Show i will Properly watch it


Little Fockers
http://www.themovieinsider.com/m2262/little-fockers/
I loved the Original two Movies Based on that Couple at least i think it was too and i most certainly will watch this one

Kick-ass, Clash of the Titans and Robin Hood Because they Look like awesome and Epic films... and kick-ass looks fun too

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Can a movie get more manly?


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I haven't seen any films that were released in 2010, though I am looking forward to many future releases.

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-Legend of the Guardians (OMG THE VISUALS MAN!)
-Clash of the Titans
-Edge of Darkness
-Ghost Writer (James Bond and Obi-Wan! Together in a movie!)
-The Wolfman
-Shutter Island
-Green Zone
-Oceans
-Iron Man 2
-Robin Hood
-Toy Story 3
-Predators
-Inception
-The Expendables
-The Social Network (David Fincher. Enough said.)
-Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I (If it even comes out. Warnor Bros will most likely do the same thing they did with Half Blood Prince. Delay the film to July 2011 for more money.)
-The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (Despite the last film being bad, this might actually turn out to be decent.)


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Bléh to Pixar stuff, I'm getting really bored of these animations films. They all look cartoony and are humours. Its time our western view changes on animation and see as more then a medium to mostly entertain kiddies.

Mind, I enjoyed Pixars work, but its really getting méh for me, nothing we haven't seen from them before. So I'dd like to see them take another route with one of their projects.

So far the only films that peeked my interest:
That new Tron movie, I really hope this one is good.
Iron Men 2, from all the comic book films, besides the dark knight. I enjoyed Iron Men a lot.
Robin Hood, by director Ridley Scott, has potential to be good and well put together.

And something I just know that will be awefull => Predators.
I'll get that one on DVD or something, so when I get bored someday I have some brainless killer rasta alien action

IceAge-4D

EDIT: Oh and Clash of Titans just to enjoy the CGI splendour, hopefully it isn't as sugar coated as Avatar, which bored the hell out of me. But at least I got to enjoy the visuals and design of the creatures and stuff.

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Bléh to Pixar stuff, I'm getting really bored of these animations films. They all look cartoony and are humours. Its time our western view changes on animation and see as more then a medium to mostly entertain kiddies.
The reason why they look all cartoony is because there animated. Unless you want an uncanny piece of trash that makes you barf at first sight, then I see no reason to hate "cartoony animated movies." As for the humors, there simply isn't nothing wrong with it. Its there for entertainment purposes -- plus, what's wrong with having a little harmless fun humor from here and there? Absolutely nothing.

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I don't. What their currently doing right now is perfectly fine with me. The recent film they released last year, Up, is a film that I consider to be one of the best movies of 2009 because of its entertainment value but also because of its emotional value as well. I consider it to be one of the most emotional, character driven films that I've seen in recent times, and I watch a lot of movies mind you. The intro to that film is what got my immediate attention, it starts off with a typical, happy, feel good montage, and then it goes down hill as depressing, giving the audience a slight start to developing the main protagonist.

Your all going to say "This man needs to see Avatar and what not." Well, guess what? I did see Avatar, and while I applaud it for being anti-war and all that jazz, it isn't as emotional as Up was in my humble opinion. Same goes for District 9, Star Trek, Sherlock Holmes, The Hurt Locker, and the most overrated film of 2009: Precious.

Still, I don't consider Up to be the best movie of 2009; that spot belongs to "The Road."


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Isn't it a bit early in the year for a best of 2010 thread? We haven't even hit the summer blockbusters yet.
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The reason why they look all cartoony is because there animated. Unless you want an uncanny piece of trash that makes you barf at first sight,
This is exactly what I'm talking about, animation does not equal cartoony looks.
And why would, perhaps a more realistic aproach be trash?

All I want to point out, is that certainly the peeps at Pixar can do more.
After, what, 12 to 15 films of fun, sugary sweet films, I know they can do that.

I just know with their skills and knowledge they could pull it off.

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then I see no reason to hate "cartoony animated movies." As for the humors, there simply isn't nothing wrong with it. Its there for entertainment purposes -- plus, what's wrong with having a little harmless fun humor from here and there? Absolutely nothing.
The humour in it isn't wrong, but like I said before, they've done it to death by know. Whatever they use rats, fish or sad robots.

They don't have to do a Bioware grim dark bloody fantasy, but at least something else. But I guess everyone wants more of the same.


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Your all going to say "This man needs to see Avatar and what not." Well, guess what? I did see Avatar, and while I applaud it for being anti-war and all that jazz, it isn't as emotional as Up was in my humble opinion. Same goes for District 9, Star Trek, Sherlock Holmes, The Hurt Locker, and the most overrated film of 2009: Precious.
Well the only reason I went to Avatar is that a some friends of mine invited me to come to the cinema, they actually paid for my ticket x-D

Honestly I just don't go to the cinemas anymore, the prices are getting ridiculous high, if I save the cash of the ticket I can actually buy a nice cult classic on DVD. Plus most films these days get hyped beyond believe. IMO

You're free to disagree

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