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Scott Feinberg’S Top 10 Films Of ’10

26 December 2010 7:59 PM, PST | Scott Feinberg | See recent Scott Feinberg news »

Please Note: The following rankings and remarks reflect my personal opinions and do/will not in any way impact my projections or analysis on this site, wherein I strive above all else to correctly forecast what will happen, not what I believe should happen. My demonstrated ability to do that over the years is what has led most of you to my site, and any failure to do that will undoubtedly lead you away from it, so you can rest assured that I mean it when I say that one has/will have no bearing on the other.

Scott Feinberg’s Top 10 Films of 2010

1. “The Social Network” (Columbia, 10/1, PG-13, trailer)

I distinctly remember sitting in a movie theater over the summer when the first teaser for “the Facebook movie” began playing, prompting groans and snickering all around me — stuff along the lines of, “What’s it gonna be about? A server crashing? »

- Scott Feinberg

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The Complete Collection of 2010 Movie Montage Compilations

22 December 2010 12:50 PM, PST | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

So far I've collected six separate 2010 compilation videos looking back at the this year's collection of films. To the best of my knowledge, these six videos include clips from 303 films and together they total 34:34. I have included the complete list of films on the second page if you are interested. Let me know if I'm missing any, but I think it's pretty safe to say if you liked a film in 2010 one of these following videos will feature it.

So, have a watch and leave your thoughts on which one is your favorite in the comments below and if you find another one online that I should add to the collection shoot me an email.

By: Zack Young

By: The Sleepy Skunk

By: Matthew Shapiro

By: Gen I

By: Kees van Dijkhuizen

On the next page is one final compilation piece, but it plays automatically once the page is »

- Brad Brevet

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‘Filmography 2010′: A Tribute To Our Cinematic Year

14 December 2010 8:52 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Each year around this time we get a mash-up of the best (and worst) cinematic offerings of the past 12 months. First out of the gate is YouTube’s Genrocks, with a great video mix. See it below and then check out the long list of films it uses, in order from Iron Man 2 to Hubble 3D, as well as the musical choices.


1. Ratatat – Nostrand

2. Kanye West – Power

3. Rooney – Not In My House

4. Apartment – Fall Into Place

5. Civil Twilight – Letters from the Sky

6. Sunbears! – Little Baby Pines

Films in Order of Appearance:

01. Iron Man 2

02. The Social Network

03. Saw 3D

04. Tron: Legacy

05. Never Let Me Go

06. Legion

07. The Book of Eli

08. Easy A

09. The Runaways

10. Farewell

11. Kick-Ass

12. Jonah Hex

13. Harry Brown

14. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

15. Percy Jackson & The Olympics: The Lightning Thief

16. Despicable Me

17. Stone

18. Dinner For Schmucks

19. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

20. Hereafter

21. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World »

- Jordan Raup

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The Year in Film in 6 Minutes

14 December 2010 6:41 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

If you were trapped under a rock this year (it happens) take six minutes to watch this YouTube short. Half music video, half trailer remix, “Filmography 2010″ cuts together the year’s hits, flops and everything in between to catchy music.

Even if you’re a jaded movie buff who hates year end schmaltz, the recap should pluck your heartstrings. So many great and touching moments this year, it’s enough to make you wonder how the Golden Globes managed to totally blow their nominations.

But we digress. Check out the video after the jump.

How many films do you recognize? Below is full list of the films in the order that they appear. Enjoy!


1. Ratatat – Nostrand

2. Kanye West – Power

3. Rooney – Not In My House

4. Apartment – Fall Into Place

5. Civil Twilight – Letters from the Sky

6. Sunbears! – Little Baby Pines

Filmography 2010

Films in Order of Appearance:

01. Iron Man 2

02. The Social Network »

- Chris Plante

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Must Watch: Filmography 2010 Celebrates 270 Movies

14 December 2010 5:51 AM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Every December these ‘best of the year’ video montages make the last 12 months of cinema seem infinitely more pleasant to sit through than they actually were. Here’s the first of many that are sure to be made before the sand in the hourglass runs out on 2010, this one from a gal going by the name of Gen I, who sent in this effort to /film.

There’s 270 movies in this montage below ranging from all the well known blockbusters, to smaller docs, foreign fare and even some Japanese anime! I can’t begin to imagine how long or how much skill it takes to put something as high-quality as this together…

Full list of the tracks and films shown are below;


1. Ratatat – Nostrand

2. Kanye West – Power

3. Rooney – Not In My House

4. Apartment – Fall Into Place

5. Civil Twilight – Letters from the Sky

6. Sunbears! – Little Baby Pines

Filmography 2010

Films in »

- Matt Holmes

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Video: 270 Films from 2010 in 6 Minutes

14 December 2010 2:44 AM, PST | | See recent Worst Previews news »

Now that we're about two weeks till the end of 2010, the film industry will be looking back to figure out the best movies of the year and will pick winners during the many awards shows. Today, we have a video that captures 2010 pretty well by showing scenes from the year's 270 films, including some that have yet to hit theaters. There will likely be plenty more of these montages in the next few weeks, but the video is definitely one of the better ones that I have seen. Check out the six-minute video below, in addition to a full list of all the films that were used. Questions: How many of the films listed did you actually see in full? Video: Films in Order of Appearance: 1. Iron Man 2 2. The Social Network 3. Saw 3D 4. Tron: Legacy 5. Never Let Me Go 6. Legion 7. The Book of Eli 8. Easy A 9. The Runaways 10. Farewell 11. Kick-Ass »

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Must Watch: Filmography 2010 – 270 Movies in 6 Minutes

13 December 2010 10:38 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

It's getting closer and closer to the end of the year, and we've already seen a couple top 10 lists and critic choice awards announced. Since we began posting "best of the year" video montages a few years back, it seems a lot of new wannabe video editors have emerged. Maybe the software has become cheaper or more accessible, or maybe the coverage on sites like /Film and other movie blogs garnered interest in the task. Last year I received a dozen or so best of videos, most of them were not anything we would share on the site. I think we posted three in total last year, two of which were created by video editors we've featured in previous years [1]. Today I was sent the first "best of 2010" video montage of the season, from a video editor named Gen I. I'll admit that while I was expecting the worst, I came out pleasantly surprised. »

- Peter Sciretta

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'Animal Kingdom' and 'Mother and Child' are first DVD screeners of Oscar season

4 October 2010 6:56 PM, PDT | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Being first out of the gate often matters a lot in the Oscar derby. "Frozen River" and "Little Miss Sunshine" reaped top nominations in 2008 and 2006, respectively, after being the first DVDs shipped to academy members. This year, that distinction goes to two releases shipped by Sony Pictures Classics late last week: "Animal Kingdom" and "Mother and Child."

In his L.A. Times review, Kenneth Turan praised "Animal Kingdom," which won the world cinema jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival: "Faultlessly acted by top Australian talent, including Guy Pearce, Ben Mendelsohn and Jacki Weaver, 'Animal Kingdom' marries heightened emotionality with cool contemporary style to illustrate one of the oldest of genre truths: 'Crooks always come undone, always, one way or another.'"

Chicago Sun-Times critic Roger Ebert cheered "Mother and Child," which stars Annette Bening, Kerry Washington and Naomi Watts: "All have rarely been better .... Three mothers in need of a child. »

- tomoneil

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Kristen Stewart’s “The Yellow Handkerchief” now showing in more theaters

16 May 2010 9:00 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

By Kim Palacios Fans love Kstew for choosing parts in thought-provoking indies; but, her choice in film projects creates an access problem for fans eager to see her work. Her international mega-stardom alone makes it difficult for fans around the world to see even widely-distributed works like the Twilight films in a timely fashion. But, even U.S. fans have experienced narrow access to much of her indie work.

Take “The Yellow Handkerchief”. It first released at Sundance in January 2008. Subsequent releases (e.g., the San Francisco International Film Festival in May 2008, the Middle Eastern International Film Festival in October 2008, etc.) were a painfully slow burn. Festival circuit screenings culminated in a Los Angeles Theater release in December of 2008, nearly a year after its initial screening. Fast forward to 2010. Some 28 months following its initial release, “The Yellow Handkerchief” (amazingly) continues to add theaters to its list!

The good news for fans is that, »

- Kim Palacios

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Welcome to my first post, Twi-hards!

19 April 2010 11:12 AM, PDT | | See recent news »

You’re probably asking, “Who is this girl?  Why does she think she knows ‘Twilight?’”  Well, let me tell you a little about me and “Twilight”.  Hopefully you’ll find it interesting enough to stick around.

I started out late in joining the “Twilight” fandom. This fact, however, makes me no less of a fan than anyone else.  As a matter of fact, I would say it makes me a bigger fan because everything “Twilight” hit me like a tidal wave.  As far as “Twilight-related” activities, here’s some of what I’ve done:

1) I read “Breaking Dawn” in 17 hours.   Yes, 17 hours.  I then read it again over the next two days.

2) I’ve seen “New Moon” 7 times (so far).  I can’t even count the number of times I’ve seen “Twilight” (as a matter of fact I am going to throw it on after this post!)

3) To date, »

- Tracy Rosenfield

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Clara Goes Back To Middle School – “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid” Review

21 March 2010 3:27 PM, PDT | | See recent Reel Loop news »

I am not an expert on children’s movies. Some classics will forever reside in my heart – “E.T”, “The Goonies”, and for Christmas “Home Alone” to name a few – and no, “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid” will not be one of them. But it did make me laugh more than once. It was definitely more solid than many of the adult productions that the year has dealt us and, as far as children’s Hollywood fare goes, it was a pretty entertaining movie that kept the best things of the book in place and will not bore the adults going along for the ride.

Greg Heffley (Zachary Gordon) is a middle child caught between annoying baby brother Manny and abusive older brother Rodrick (Devon Bostick). His new life in middle school isn’t much better, and he has to complain about the morons around him in the new diary his mother gave him. »

- Clara Viola

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New Moon DVD: Chris Weitz Speaks

20 March 2010 1:14 PM, PDT | | See recent TwilightersAnonymous news »

EW.coms Hollywood Insider has a great article posted from an interview they got to do with Chris Weitz. Chris talks about the New Moon DVD including his favorite part and finding time to do the commentary his thoughts on the switch in Eclipse directors his casts new projects and any last hope we have for him working on Breaking Dawn. Check out more belowSpeaking of editors we recently broke the news that they replaced the Eclipse editor with the editor on the first Twilight movie. What do you think about that?In many cases movies like this have two editors because of the sheer amount of footage. At the very beginning of the process I think Summit expected me to have two editors. But I had a huge amount of confidence in Pete we worked before on a cut of The Golden Compass that never saw the light of »

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New Moon DVD: Chris Weitz speaks

19 March 2010 1:22 PM, PDT | EW - Inside Movies | See recent - Inside Movies news »

We checked in with New Moon director Chris Weitz in advance of the DVD release, which -- unless you are living under a rock -- you know begins tonight at midnight. Weitz told us about his favorite extras in the DVD and talked about the future of the series. Below are some highlights: Entertainment Weekly: What’s your favorite part of the DVD? Chris Weitz: The fun part for me was to talk through it with Peter Lambert, my editor, who is a very funny man. We were able to discuss quirky moments we had while putting the film together. »

- Nicole Sperling

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Movie Review: The Yellow Handkerchief

12 March 2010 9:08 AM, PST | CinemaNerdz | See recent CinemaNerdz news »

Mar 12, 2010

One should always be a little wary of a film that was shot three years before its release date. Sure, some movies merely take awhile to get through the production pipeline but when it's an independent drama like The Yellow Handkerchief, it probably means something is wrong. This character piece features three interesting performances but they're all fighting against a screenplay that values cliché over believability and a director who can't find the right rhythm or tone for the piece. What's most jarring about The Yellow Handkerchief is that it never feels like ...Read more at »

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