AD reader Andrew has devised another great system of charts to help us navigate the swampy morass we’ve all sailed into together. Contenders in each category are ranked according to points earned from over 50 critics groups, with handy bar charts...
It is not surprising that The Social Network tops their list of the Best Reviewed Film of the year.
Our friend Ziyad Abul Hawa has really outdone himself with this year’s final chart of charts,...
Thanks to Matt Mazur for this link. The Village Voice couldn’t help but recognize David Fincher’s The Social Network:
1. The Social Network
3. Winter’s Bone
4. Ghost Writer
The full list after the cut.
Best Picture127 Hours and The Social Network (tie)Nominees:
Toy Story 3
Best Achievement in DirectingChristopher Nolan, Inception and David Fincher, The Social Network (tie)Nominees:
Danny Boyle, 127 Hours
Joel and Ethan Coen, True Grit
Edgar Wright, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Marshall Fine makes a list of the year‚Äôs “10-best unseen or unacknowledged films ‚Äì think of it as the downer-dozen-minus-two.” Movies he considers either under-appreciated, under-attended or both.Greenberg
(Thanks Marshall). The top 10 films of 2010, according to AP movie critic Christy Lemire:
1. “The Social Network” ‚Äî The movie of the year because it captures where we are in time in captivating fashion. In depicting the origin of Facebook, director David Fincher and writer Aaron Sorkin have created...
Best PictureThe Social Network
Runner up: Toy Story 3Best ActorJesse ...
As one of the first out of the gate with his Top 10 list, Peter Bradshaw at the Guardian UK is champing at the bit. So we’ll let him run ahead before he makes all the other critics skittish. He claims to have “compiled an Oscar-style nomination list” but it only takes one glance to understand...
This opinion I hold to be true is not a popular one on the web. We live in a time when anyone...