8 Responses to “Bartleby’s Top Ten Films of 2010”

  1. says:

    Great list, despite the absense of my own number 1 pick (The Social Network). I’m really interested in checking out the Red Riding films.

    The more I hear about it, the more I regret not seeing How I Train Your Dragon in theatres. People seem to be split into two categories: those who did so, and loved it, and those who saw it on DVD and only liked it. Sadly, I am in the second category.
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  2. Fitz says:

    I’m still holding out hope it get re-released in 3d.
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  3. Dan says:

    Nice list! Great to see The King’s Speech at 1.
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  4. Eric says:

    Nice list! I definitely need to watch A Prophet, been meaning to check that out for a while now. I have not heard of Golden Slumber, sounds like a fun movie!

  5. CMrok93 says:

    Liked how you included The Town which has been basically forgotten by a lot of people recently. It was one of the best well-picked ensembles of the year, and also provided plenty of great heist scenes. Great list, check out mine when you can!
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  6. Andrew says:

    Winter’s Bone really belongs in any top ten; it’s a flat-out fantastic movie peppered with a lot of great performances, and directed with a lot of restraint and nuance by Granik. Happy to see the film get its due from the Academy, though I have a hard time seeing it win any of its noms.

    The Town is the only pick I really disagree with. It’s a solid film that won’t be remembered for much of anything years from now, and is basically forgettable outside of the strong direction by Affleck. Its purpose seems to be to further prove that he belongs in the director’s chair more than he does in front of the camera, which is certainly a worthy purpose.

    Other than that, good list. I, too, liked Get Low and would consider it a runner-up that could have been pushed into my list if not for some glaring weaknesses in the plotting.
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  7. Husam says:

    I thought this list couldn’t get any better, before you dropped in The Red Ridding trilogy. A well thought out list.
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  8. Summer Films says:

    This is a great variety here, only thing now is that I’m stuck for choice as of which film to see first haha
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