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dandan
in alphabetical order...

air doll
amer
four lions
gallants
inception
kosmos
leap year
little big soldier
moloch tropical
the temptation of st tony
logger
I might change my mind but for now

1. Winter's Bone
2. Scott Pilgrim V's The World
3. Un Prophet
4. Four Lions
5. Inception
6. The Temptation of St Tony
7. Whip It
8. Kick-Ass
9. Enter The Void
10. I don't know, lets say Piranha 3D
sweetbutinsane
At the minute, my top ten is:

1) Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
2) Inception
3) Kick-Ass
4) Four Lions
5) Ondine
6) Shutter Island
7) The Lovely Bones
8) RED
9) Let Me In
10) Alice in Wonderland

There are still three films I can think of that I want to see this year, so that might change (if I actually get to see them).
Jon 79
QUOTE (sweetbutinsane @ Dec 5 2010, 09:20 AM) *
7) The Lovely Bones

That was 2009 according to IMDb.


So far here's my top 10 in order of preference.

1. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World
2. Inception
3. Machete
4. Kick-Ass
5. Four Lions
6. Exit Through The Gift Shop
7. Predators
8. Alice In Wonderland
9. Shutter Island
10. Piranha 3D (in absence of having seen any other films released this year)

Before the years up, I hope to add Black Swan, Tron Legacy and Rare Exports to this list.
Sean of the Dead
I really have not seen enough films in the cinema this year...

1. The Social Network
2. Scott Pilgrim vs the World
3. Inception
4. Toy Story 3
5. The Secret in their Eyes
6. Greenberg
7. Kick Ass
8. Iron Man 2
maian
QUOTE (Jon 79 @ Dec 5 2010, 12:38 AM) *
That was 2009 according to IMDb.


Released late 2009 in America but early 2010 in the U.K. so it counts. The release date should relate to when it was released in the country you saw it in, not when it was first released. For example, the Japanese film Departures is a strong contender for my list, but that was released in 2008 in Japan.

I'm going to wait a few weeks until I post mine since there are at least two films I'm seeing later this month (Catfish and The King's Speech) which I hope will be included. Plus there are a few 2010 releases which I'm hoping to see on DVD.
Jon 79
QUOTE (maian @ Dec 5 2010, 02:22 PM) *
Released late 2009 in America but early 2010 in the U.K. so it counts. The release date should relate to when it was released in the country you saw it in, not when it was first released. For example, the Japanese film Departures is a strong contender for my list, but that was released in 2008 in Japan.


Fair enough.
I adjust my list accordingly...

1. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World
2. Inception
3. Machete
4. Kick-Ass
5. The Girl who Played With Fire
6. The Lovely Bones
7. Four Lions
8. Exit Through The Gift Shop
9. Predators
10. Alice In Wonderland



Zoe
1) The Social Network
2) Toy Story 3
3) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
4) Four Lions
5) Dog Tooth
6) Inception
7) Shutter Island
8) Piranha 3D
9) Cemetery Junction

I can’t think of a 10th right now…

Enjoyable: She’s Out of my League, Splice, Kick-Ass, Prince of Persia, I Love you Phillip Morris, Good Hair

Disappointing: Iron Man 2, Get him to the Greek, Date Night, The Disappearance of Alice Creed

Terrible: Repo Men, The Ghost

Things from last year that would have made it on this year’s list: Looking for Eric, Creation
Serafina_Pekkala
The Social Network was the best.

Zoe
It had a profound effect on me.
Serafina_Pekkala
It should win lots of Oscars. Sorkin for best screenplay or else there is no justice in this dirty world.
widowspider
I don't think I've seen more than 3 films that were released this year. Sadface.
Hobbes
Jackass 3D will definitely make your list, surely Rach. It might well make mine.
maian
QUOTE (Serafina_Pekkala @ Dec 7 2010, 02:08 PM) *
It should win lots of Oscars. Sorkin for best screenplay or else there is no justice in this dirty world.


I don't think there's any doubt. Original Screenplay is up for grabs, but there's no other film that can rival Sorkin's in the Adapted category.

I went through the list of films I saw this year earlier and I think that I've narrowed it down to a Top 10. I might post it up later and adjust it as the last big releases come and go.
Sean of the Dead
QUOTE (Zoe @ Dec 7 2010, 01:23 PM) *
9) Cemetery Junction

Totally forgot this was released this year. It's so on my list.
widowspider
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Dec 7 2010, 02:49 PM) *
Jackass 3D will definitely make your list, surely Rach. It might well make mine.

It's one of the three, along with Scott Pilgrim and....um......

I'm sure I went to the cinema three times this year. I've seen a lot of films, but on DVD. I'm not very current.
Zoe
It's only beaten into 9th by Jerry O'Connell's AMAZING and heartbreaking performance in Piranha 3D...
grumpygit
Only Scott Pilgrim, Burke and Hare,
oh and I saw Back to the Future at the cinema, does that count?
maian
My Top Ten, as of now, and in alphabetical order

A Prophet
Exit Through The Gift Shop
Four Lions
How To Train Your Dragon
Inception
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
The Secret In Their Eyes
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
Winter's Bone

Just missing out: Another Year, A Single Man, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans, Cemetery Junction, Departures, Enter The Void, Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part One, The Illusionist, Monsters, Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll, Shutter Island, Still Walking.

Enjoyable: A Town Called Panic, The Book of Eli, Iron Man 2, The Town, We Are What We Are.

Disappointments: Alice In Wonderland, Kick-Ass, The Lovely Bones.
Sostie
I can only think of 4 films I would rate as great this year:

Exit Through The Gift Shop
The Runaways
Scott Pilgrim vs The World
Kick Ass

Inception, Toy Story 3, Mic Macs, Defendor were close

A Team, Centurion, The Losers, Hot Tub Time Machine, Book Of Eli and La Horde were dumb fun
Ade
I've only managed to catch about eleven films on this year's UK release schedule, and only four of them on the big screen.

In preferential order, here are my selections:


The Social Network
Inception
MicMacs
Cemetery Junction
A Prophet
Four Lions
Blur: No Distance Left To Run
Kick-Ass
Shutter Island
The Brothers Bloom


beatoswald
Bluebeard
A Prophet
The Arbor
Police, Adjective
Carlos
White Material
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
Mother
Double Take
Tetro

Honourable mentions: Four Lions, The Runaways, The Social Network, Winter's Bone, Cyrus, Enter the Void, Toy Story 3, The Illusionist, I Am Love, Agora, Father of My Children, Mugabe and the White African, A Single Man, Up, Greenberg, Bad Lieutenant Port of Call: New Orleans, Cemetry Junction.
blackcherry
I didn't watch many new films this year but I really enjoyed:

Scott Pilgrim
Kick-Ass
Inception
Toy Story 3
sweetbutinsane
QUOTE (sweetbutinsane @ Dec 4 2010, 08:20 PM) *
At the minute, my top ten is:

1) Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
2) Inception
3) Kick-Ass
4) Four Lions
5) Ondine
6) Shutter Island
7) The Lovely Bones
8) RED
9) Let Me In
10) Alice in Wonderland

There are still three films I can think of that I want to see this year, so that might change (if I actually get to see them).


And it has changed, but only slightly - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part One has replaced Alice in Wonderland on the list. Still haven't seen the other two films that I want to see yet though...
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