2010 Films - Top 10
Films that nearly made the list.
671 6.6 710. Buried (2010)
This is a freaking intense and claustrophobic movie. It's impressive how Rodrigo Cortés managed to create such a gripping and exciting movie, based on the premise. Much of it lies on Ryan Reynolds shoulder, seeing as the movie is all about him lieing the coffin and talking to the phone. But he does really carry this movie, and is absolutely fantastic. And I do believe that he possibly should have gotten an Oscar nomination. It also features one of the best endings in recent years.
630 6.2 6.59. Hereafter (2010)
I knew I would love this movie. Despite the mediocre reviews. It's a beautiful movie for those who are open-minded. The pacing is relaxing. Giving you time to think and enjoy what happens on screen. Clint Eastwood shows that he is a master at crafting movies, even at his old age. This is one of his best. Highly underrated.
2659 7.4 7.98. The Social Network (2010)
While some people were in doubts about a movie about "Facebook", I never doubted. David Fincher is one of my favourite directors, and he shows that he is capable of handling drama about friendship and betrayal just as much as chilling thrillers.
3391 8 8.17. Black Swan (2010)
First. Natalie Portman's performance is absolutely mesmerizing. She is perfect for the role, and she hot as hell. And she has lesbian sex. With Mila Kunis. Which is reason enough for this film to be on the list. Luckily it features more than that. Because this film is a nightmare, which is a good thing. It's a film that leaves you shaken for hours.
317 6.9 6.96. Welcome to the Rileys (2010)
First, Kristen Stewart is playing a stripper. That's actually reason enough for me to like this movie. Seeing as she is so cute that I would consider to move to America, and be a full time stalker. She is also a highly underrated actress, and gets a lot of undeserved hate because of the Twilight-films. Well, if you would just watch a film like this, you would see that she actually is quite good.
741 6.4 6.75. Insidious (2010)
This is the scariest film I've ever seen. It's a film that does everything right in order to gain and keep suspense and tension for the whole duration of it. It goes right under your skin and stays there, creating the most chilling and creepy film I've seen.
2116 8 8.14. The King's Speech (2010)
Perfection in every section. Yes, it is one of those films that shouts for Oscars, and it might be fairly predictable. But why care about that? It's so brilliantly made. Powerful performances, particularly by Colin Firth, the direction is flawless, so is the art design, cinematography and music. It's the perfect example of how you take something that can end up like just another ordinary history-film, and turn into something extraordinary. A funny, charming and perfect film.
2478 7.4 7.83. Kick-Ass (2010)
This is without doubt one of the films that have entertained me most during my entire lifetime. Every time I see it, I'm having a blast. It's perfect entertainment. It's what films are all about. Entertaining. Why care about small flaws? It's a film that's main purpose is too absolutely kick ass. Which it does.
2586 7.6 7.62. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)
A Potter movie for the fans. Seeing as I'm a huge fan of the books, this really was the Potter movie I've been waiting for. And it shows that the split was really needed. It's beautifully slow-paced, and it really catches the atmosphere of the book. It's dark and gritty. It's sad, and visually stunning. The action sequences are breathtaking and the cast have really grown in their roles. There are several emotional moments that is completely devastating, and which breaks my heart every time.
4477 8.4 8.81. Inception (2010)
Well, what can be said about the mighty Inception? Christopher Nolan's complex masterpiece ain't only my favorite of this year, but it is also my favorite film of all time. I've watched it several times, and I constantly see something new in it. The originality, the acting, the score, the photography, the visuals and the multi-layered action. What's not to love here? Nolan creates a new world, and I lose myself into it. Every time.
People who voted for this also voted for