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Adam Whyte’s Top 10 Film’s of 2010

30 December 2010 3:02 PM, PST | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Matt here…

Adam Whyte joined Obsessed With Film in April of this year and has contributed regular feature articles and reviews from Scotland. This year he attended the Edinburgh Film Festival, reporting daily reports of all that he saw and writing several excellent full length reviews. It’s my hope he will once again attend the festival for us this year and continue his superb writings on movies past, present and future for us.

I particularly love the Top Ten of the year he has turned in here with great detailed reasons why the following are the best he saw in 2010. And having seen and very much enjoyed all the films on the list, I certainly concur…

10. Shutter Island

I have seen every movie Martin Scorsese has made, and I do not believe any of them are outright bad. Few would argue that his latest “Shutter Island” is up there »

- Adam Whyte

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The Best Films of 2010

30 December 2010 7:31 AM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

After hundreds of ticket stubs and thousands of hours spent in a theater this year, we want to share with your our favorite cinematic experiences of 2010. Over the next few pages you will find our favorite films of the year, split up by contributor here on The Film Stage formatted to their liking. The mix of tastes should cover all grounds and give you a few new films you may have missed, or urge you to revisit the ones you loved. I’ll kick things off below with my top 10. As a disclaimer, I’m going by Us 2010 theatrical releases and not counting things I’ve seen at film festivals that have yet to be released.

Jordan Raup’s Top 10 of 2010

Honorable Mentions:

10. Flipped (dir. Rob Reiner)

This would be the most under-appreciated film of the year – if anyone actually had a chance to see it. Warner Bros. pulled its »

- TFS Staff

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The Best Reviewed Films of 2010

29 December 2010 2:55 PM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

In case you were wondering what the best reviewed movies of 2010 were, here they are! Here are the results from movie review sites, Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic. Each site has a different way of calculating their scores, but in the end the majority of the films that ended up on each list are the same. Check out the list of films below and tell us what you think!

Rotten Tomatoes – Best Reviewed Movies of 2010 

Toy Story 3″ – 99% with 247 reviews “How to Train Your Dragon” – 98% with 156 reviews “Exit Through the Gift Shop” – 98% with 94 reviews “The Social Network” – 97% with 258 reviews “Restrepo” – 97% with 101 reviews “Inside Job” – 97% with 91 reviews “A Prophet” (Une Prophete) – 97% with 142 reviews “The King’s Speech” – 96% with 142 reviews “Animal Kingdom” – 96% with 108 reviews “True Grit” – 95% with 173 reviews “The Town” – 94% with 201 reviews “The Kids Are All Right” – 94% with 192 reviews “Winter’s Bone” – 94% with 142 reviews “Blue Valentine” – 94% with 64 reviews “127 Hours” – 93% with 146 reviews “The Tillman Story »

- Venkman

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The Best Reviewed Movies of 2010

29 December 2010 2:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

As the end of the year nears, Rotten Tomatoes have released the tallies for the best reviewed movies of 2010. I thought we'd compare the list with the other movie review compilation site Metacritic. Both sites have their advantages. Rotten Tomatoes includes a larger sample of reviews, while Metacritic features a smaller more-selected grouping of film critics. Rotten Tomatoes calculates critic scores using a positive or negative score for each review. One movie could be 100% fresh with all the critics giving the movie a 7/10 grade. Metacritic attempts to gauge the score of each critic's review (not just a positive or negative, but a number 0 to 100) averaged together, giving you a better indication of what the response is to any given film, and not just a percentage of positive reviews. For example, How To Train Youyr Dragon is ranked #2 for the year on Rotten Tomatoes with a 98% fresh rating based on 146 reviews. »

- Peter Sciretta

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Year in Review: The Best Foreign Films of 2010

29 December 2010 7:30 AM, PST | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

Welcome to my list of the best foreign films of the year! In case you’re wondering why certain films appear to be missing there are a few factors to take into account. First, films like Mother, A Prophet, The Good the Bad the Weird, and The Secret In Their Eyes are movies that made previous lists. Second, I haven’t seen everything that was released this year. And third, your favorite foreign release from 2010 may actually have been a piece of shit. I kid. But seriously, these are my picks for the ten best foreign language movies of the year in alphabetical order. As a bonus I’ve added in the five best English language foreign films for you as well. I know. You’re welcome. (Full reviews for all of the titles below can be found via our Reviews database, and my weekly excursions into foreign films can be found here.) About »

- Rob Hunter

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Visualize the $10.55 Billion 2010 Domestic Box Office

28 December 2010 12:57 PM, PST | The Film Stage | See recent The Film Stage news »

Erc revealed today that the 2010 box office has tallied up to $10.55 billion. This is a .3% drop from 2009′s $10.58 billion box office but due to inflation, a 5% decrease in attendance. Xach has created a neat visualization of this figure in today’s Daily Distraction. Check it out over on their site and mouse-over all films from Toy Story 3 to The Secret In Their Eyes. Its especially interesting to see the lasting power some films had in theaters (i.e. Avatar). If you want chart style, see them below.

Domestic Top 10

10. The Karate Kid – $176.6 million

9. How to Train Your Dragon – $217.5 million

8. Shrek Forever After – $238.4 million

7. Despicable Me – $250.8 million

6. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 - $274.3 million

5. Inception – $292.5 million

4. The Twilight Saga: Eclipse – $300.5 million

3. Iron Man 2 – $312.1 million

2. Alice in Wonderland – $334.1 million

1. Toy Story 3 – $415 million

Worldwide Top 10

10. Clash of the Titans — $493.2 million

9. How to Train Your Dragon — $494.9 million

8. Despicable Me »

- Jordan Raup

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The best feature films of 2010

26 December 2010 11:23 PM, PST | blogs.suntimes.com/ebert | See recent Roger Ebert's Blog news »

David Fincher's "The Social Network"is emerging as the consensus choice as best film of 2010. Most of the critics' groups have sanctified it, and after its initial impact it has only grown it stature. I think it is an early observer of a trend in our society, where we have learned new ways of thinking of ourselves: As members of a demographic group, as part of a database, as figures in...a social network.

My best films list also appears on my main site, but I am posting it here on the blog so that you can comment on it. In response to the reader protests of recent years, I've returned to the time-honored tradition of ten films arranged in order from one to ten. After that, it's all alphabetical. The notion of objectively ordering works of art seems bizarre to me.

Here are the year's best feature films: »

- Roger Ebert

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The Coolest Long Take of 2010

22 December 2010 10:50 PM, PST | ifc.com | See recent IFC news »

On this week's podcast, Alison and I reflect on the year in movies and highlight some outstanding moments and people that made 2010 special. The podcast is divided into categories, but instead of the typical "Best Director" and "Best Actor" type stuff, we give out slightly more unorthodox awards: Best Fight Scene, Best Onscreen Chemistry, Most Unfairly Maligned Movie, and so on.

We also picked our Favorite Shot of the Year. I went with an unforgettable one from the documentary "Sweetgrass." I stand by that choice, but having just watched Juan José Campanella's "The Secret in their Eyes" for the first time, there's no way the long take that's already being referred to in some circles as "The Stadium Scene" doesn't deserve at least an honorable mention. Here's a YouTube clip of the shot. It's slightly sped up, but you still get a sense of its impressiveness.

Obviously, there's a bit of showing off here, »

- Matt Singer

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Staff Picks: Kevin Polowy’s Top 10 Movies of 2010

22 December 2010 1:45 PM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

I’m not going to lie, 2010 started off pretty dubiously. Aside from the rare spring gem like “Kick-Ass,” the year looked like it was shaping up to be one of the worst in eons. Even summer was a month old before “Toy Story 3″ and “Inception” saved it.

But June through December brought so many treats, we got fat off its rewards. Mmm, taste the thrill rides. You know it’s a good year when it’s a struggle to whittle your list of favorites down to a mere 10.

Of the roughly 100 or so movies I saw this year, here are my faves, and because I’m a dirty cheat, some honorable mentions, too.

10.’Machete

Robert Rodriguez’s gloriously over-the-top intro to “Mexploitation” (can this be an ongoing genre please?) didn’t do so bueno at the box office, which is a shame: Audiences missed out on one of the »

- Kevin Polowy

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Box Office Blather: Spectacles, Star Vehicles, Subtitles and Easy $

22 December 2010 4:32 AM, PST | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

Year in Review Pt 1 of Many

It's time to wrap up 2010. You'll have to have patience since The Film Experience likes to do this piecemeal... and often! Let's do it every day at 10 Am or 10 Pm or both when we magically have free time. How about that? We'll start with the Us box office.

Box office hits get much coverage in the media so let's just dispense that basic "smash hit" list quick-like and move on to more interesting less covered seat-filler topics. All figures on all lists are up until the December 18th. And please go easy on any errors as I am unskilled at math is not my strong suit.

Us Top Dozen

Toy Story 3 $415Eyesore in Wonderland $334Iron Man 2 $312The Twilight Saga: Eclipse $300Inception $292The Commercial For Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt 2 $265Despicable Me $250Shrek Forever After $238How to Train Your Dragon $217The Karate »

- NATHANIEL R

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We’ve Lost Our Innocence

21 December 2010 11:58 PM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

A famous critic Roger Ebert (Chicago Sun-Times since 1967) has written a column dealing with the current MPAA (Motion Pictures Association of America) ratings system, and what should be done to fix it. Ratings vary from country to country. On the other side MPAA should have changed its standards long ago (G, PG, PG-13, R and Nc-17, created in 1968). But in today’s real world, there are only two significant ratings: R and not-r. What’s Ebert’s idea? A new kind of rating system much faster and easier. Perhaps only three categories are needed: “G,” for young audiences, “T” for teenagers, and “A” for adults”.

At this moment I would like to skip that aspect of public rating system and focus on comparison of Robert Ebert’s top 10 movie list with other annual listing and presence of the certain movies. The popular lists are IMDb’s, Twitter’s, AFI’s »

- Nikola Mraovic

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London Critics Embrace Monarchy With ‘King’s Speech’

21 December 2010 7:31 AM, PST | NextMovie | See recent NextMovie news »

Britain: it’s a lot like America, only in Europe. Everything we have over here — sandwiches, The Beatles, federally mandated health care — they have over there too, except it’s a British version.

And that includes movie critics — critics who, like their American counterparts, have just announced that “The King’s Speech” and “The Social Network” lead their award nominations.

Yes, the list of nominees for the 31st annual London Critics’ Circle awards is topped by “The King’s Speech,” while “The Social Network” landed five and the British drama “Another Year” grabbed six.

“Another Year,” which stars Jim Broadbent and Lesley Manville as an couple in denial about the aging process, was one of several films which got a boost from the fact that the London Critics’ Circle has double nominations for each major category, one for films in general and one specifically for British films. Thus “The King’s Speech, »

- Scott Harris

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London Critics’ Circle Awards: Nominations

21 December 2010 6:00 AM, PST | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

The nominees for the London Critics’ Circle Awards have been announced.

Another Year and The King’s Speech lead with seven nominations apiece.

The London Critics’ Circle Awards will take place on February 10, 2011 at the BFI Southbank.

Below is the full list of nominees:

Sky 3D Award: Film of the Year:

Black Swan The Kids Are All Right Toy Story 3 The King’s Speech The Social Network

The Attenborough Award: British Film of the Year:

Another Year Monsters The Arbor The King’s Speech 127 Hours

Foreign Language Film of the Year:

I am Love Dogtooth The Secret in Their Eyes Of Gods and Men Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Actor of the Year:

Edgar Ramirez, Carlos Ryan Gosling, Blue Valentine Jesse Eisenberg, The Social Network Colin Firth, The King’s Speech Jeff Bridges, True Grit

Moet Actress of the Year:

Jennifer Lawrence, Winter’s Bone Natalie Portman, »

- Jamie Neish

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Another Year and The King's Speech vie for London Critics' Circle awards

21 December 2010 4:41 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

British dramas by Mike Leigh and Tom Hooper both have seven nominations each, while The Social Network gets five nods

British films The King's Speech and Another Year are leading the charge for this year's London Critics' Circle film awards with seven nominations each, it was announced today.

Tom Hooper's historical drama about the efforts of King George VI to overcome a stammer in the early years of his reign picked up nods for film of the year, actor of the year (Colin Firth) and actress of the year (Helena Bonham Carter), while Mike Leigh's latest drama was named as a contender for best British director, best British actor and actress.

Away from the UK-oriented awards, Oscars frontrunner The Social Network picked up five nominations, while Joel and Ethan Coen's remake of the classic John Wayne western True Grit received four nods.

Firth will face off against True Grit's Jeff Bridges, »

- Ben Child

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"The King's Speech," "Another Year" Top London Critics' Circle Awards Nominations

20 December 2010 11:04 PM, PST | Manny the Movie Guy | See recent Manny the Movie Guy news »

"The King's Speech" and "Another Year" led the London Critics' Circle Awards nominations receiving seven nods each. Tom Hooper's "The King's Speech" received nominations for top categories such as film of the year, actor of the year and actress of the year. Mike Leigh's "Another Year" got top nods including the British director, British actress and British actor categories.

Winners will be announced at a gala on Feb. 10, 2011.

Here is the full list of nominees:

Sky 3D Award: Film Of The Year

Black Swan (Fox)

The Kids Are All Right (Universal)

The King's Speech (Momentum)

The Social Network (Sony)

Toy Story 3 (Disney)

The Attenborough Award: British Film Of The Year

127 Hours (Warner/Pathe)

The Arbor (Verve)

Another Year (Momentum)

The King's Speech (Momentum)

Monsters (Vertigo)

Foreign Language Film Of The Year

Dogtooth (Verve)

I Am Love (Metrodome)

Of Gods and Men (Artificial Eye)

The Secret in Their Eyes »

- Manny

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London Critics Circle Lauds Pic Nominees

20 December 2010 8:32 PM, PST | Deadline New York | See recent Deadline New York news »

The London Critics' Circle has set its nominees for the 31st Film Awards, a fete that will be held February 10.

Here are the nominees:

Sky 3D Award: Film Of The Year: Black Swan The Kids Are All Right The King's Speech The Social Network Toy Story 3

The Attenborough Award: British Film Of The Year: 127 Hours The Arbor Another Year The King's Speech Monsters

Foreign Language Film Of The Year: Dogtooth I Am Love Of Gods and Men The Secret in Their Eyes Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

Actor Of The Year:

Jeff Bridges - True Grit Jesse Eisenberg - The Social Network Colin Firth - The King's Speech Ryan Gosling - Blue Valentine Edgar Ramirez - Carlos

Actress Of The Year: Annette Bening - The Kids Are All Right Jennifer Lawrence - Winter's Bone Natalie Portman - Black Swan Noomi Rapace - The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo »

- MIKE FLEMING

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2010 In Review: Jack’s Films of the Year

20 December 2010 2:13 PM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Initially, I could only think of a few real stand-out films of this last year, until I trawled through the UK release list for 2010 and found myself with a long list of twenty-three films, which by my reckoning means that on average, there’s been a great film in cinemas just less than once a fortnight, which seems pretty good going to me.

Here then, are my top ten followed by, in no particular order, a list of thirteen honourable mentions.

1. Bad Lieutenant

When Nicolas Cage met Werner Herzog the result was this bizarre and exciting film, which lit a firework under the arse of the crime genre and ran off giggling manically.

2. Inception

Christopher Nolan delivered yet another cinematic tour de force with this visually rich and debate-starting spectacle.

3. The Secret in Their Eyes

Winner of last year’s Oscar for best foreign feature, this slow-burning, generation-spanning whodunit was captivating and moving. »

- Jack Kirby

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Roger Ebert’s Top 10 Movies of 2010

20 December 2010 12:00 PM, PST | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

[1] As the year comes to a close, more Top 10 lists are being published. Last week pulitzer prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert filed his annual listing of the top 10 movies of 2010. Hit the jump to find out what movies made Roger's list this year. Roger Ebert's Top 10 Movies of 2010: 1. The Social Network - "it is an early observer of a trend in our society, where we have learned new ways of thinking of ourselves: As members of a demographic group, as part of a database, as figures in...a social network." 2. The King's Speech - "Tom Hooper's filmmaking itself is crafted in older style, depending on an assembly of actors, costumes, sets, and a three-act structure. The characters project considered ideas of themselves" 3. Black Swan - "uses powerful performances by Natalie Portman and Vincent Cassel to represent archetypal attributes" 4. I Am Love - "Tilda Swinton created masterful performances »

- Peter Sciretta

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News Shorts: December 19th 2010

19 December 2010 10:00 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Photos of Jim Carrey filming scenes for Mr. Popper's Penguins, and some early storyboard and concept art from Green Lantern showing off glimpses at Parallax and Krona.

There's also posters for Battle: Los Angeles, Paul, The Green Hornet, Prom, The Smurfs, Black Death, and a special edition cast & crew poster for Thor.

""Thor" star Chris Hemsworth says he's discussed a rough outline of "The Avengers" with director Joss Whedon but he hasn't seen a hard copy of the script yet..." (full details)

"Rosario Dawson and Lynn Collins have joined Jamie Linden's high school reunion ensemble drama "Ten Year"..." (full details)

""Being John Malkovich" director Spike Jonze and writer Charlie Kaufman are re-teaming for a new project with the pitch currently being shopped around town. The storyline is being kept top secret..." (full details)

"Looks like Zac Snyder's "Superman" will be shot in Vancouver starting next Summer according to sources there. »

- Garth Franklin

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News Shorts: December 19th 2010

19 December 2010 10:00 AM, PST | Dark Horizons | See recent Dark Horizons news »

Photos of Jim Carrey filming scenes for Mr. Popper's Penguins, and some early storyboard and concept art from Green Lantern showing off glimpses at Parallax and Krona.

There's also posters for Battle: Los Angeles, Paul, The Green Hornet, Prom, The Smurfs, Black Death, and a special edition cast & crew poster for Thor.

""Thor" star Chris Hemsworth says he's discussed a rough outline of "The Avengers" with director Joss Whedon but he hasn't seen a hard copy of the script yet..." (full details)

"Rosario Dawson and Lynn Collins have joined Jamie Linden's high school reunion ensemble drama "Ten Year"..." (full details)

""Being John Malkovich" director Spike Jonze and writer Charlie Kaufman are re-teaming for a new project with the pitch currently being shopped around town. The storyline is being kept top secret..." (full details)

"Looks like Zac Snyder's "Superman" will be shot in Vancouver starting next Summer according to sources there. »

- Garth Franklin

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