Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Reformed Anglican Top 10 Films of 2010

It was a tough year for films. However, those that were worthy of praise as films that have depth, tell a compelling story, and capture the culture rose up out of the garbage heap of movies that obsessed about horror, crack-addicted-action-filming, and stupidity. Having said that, most of the great films of 2010 were very dark. From the moving post apocalyptic dystopian plot in The Book of Eli to the amazing meth lab drama of the Ozark mountains in Winter's Bone, the great films this year were very gloomy. Even the animated wonder of Despicable Me and Toy Story 3 featured orphans, an evil villan as anti-hero, a jaded kid who has forgotten his childhood and an evil fluffy teddy bear that smelled like strawberries.

1. Winter’s Bone

2. Despicable Me

3. The Book of Eli

4. The Fighter

5. Exit Through the Gift Shop

6. The Ghost Writer

7. Toy Story 3

8. Inception

9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

10. The Social Network

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