Top Ten Lists

1. Amour And then in alphabetical order: Argo The Dark Knight Rises Footnote The Gatekeepers + The Law In These Parts Lincoln Rust and Bone Silver Linings Playbook Middle of Nowhere + Robot & Frank + Safety Not Guaranteed Zero ...

(thanks Marshall!) Top 10 Films 1. AMOUR (Michael Haneke) With ruthless clarity, but also with tact and compassion, Mr. Haneke invites us to look at the arrival of death at the end of a Parisian couple’s long marriage, and shows, ...

THE COMPLETE FILM COMMENT 2012 BEST-OF FILMS LISTS RELEASED 2012 1. Holy Motors Director: Leos Carax 2. The Master Director: Paul Thomas Anderson 3. Moonrise Kingdom Director: Wes Anderson 4. This Is Not a Film Directors: Jafar Panahi & Mojtaba ...

Lumenick and Smith face off with dueling top 10 lists and briefly bicker about their choices at The New York Post.

Thanks to reader Josh who pulled out their top ten. But they do a top thirty hit trolling extravaganza – that’s they they’re the number one site on the net. Awards Daily will have to start thinking better on this ...

From The Washington Post “Zero Dark Thirty” Kathryn Bigelow’s taut thriller about the hunt for Osama bin Laden exemplifies the Oscar-winning director at the top of her game, working with a script by Mark Boal that not only allows viewers ...

Davis Edelstein at New York Magazine is early out of the gate with his Top 10 films of 2012. 1. Zero Dark Thirty It opens in darkness with sounds, sirens, and sobbing phone calls from the burning Twin Towers. Revenge—such ...
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  Here is my top ten for 2011. Hopefully, Ryan’s, Beth’s and Craig’s will follow. Top Ten 1. Hugo 2. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 3. Rise of the Planet of the Apes/Project Nim 4. Moneyball 5. Shame 6. ...

(Can’t find this online yet, but it’s in the Dec 23 issue in my snail mail box today.  Thanks to @Arnian) 1. The Tree of Life 2. The Descendents 3. Bridesmaids 4. A Separation 5. The Girl With the Dragon ...

1. Melancholia 2. Bridesmaids 3. The Artist 4. Hugo 5. A Separation 6. The Descendents 7. Pina 8. Moneyball 9. The Interrupters 10. Beginners Schwarzbaum’s 5 worst films, after the cut.

FILM COMMENT’S BEST RELEASED FILMS OF 2011 The Top 10 1. The Tree of Life, directed by Terrence Malick, U.S. 2. Uncle Boonmee, Who Can Recall His Past Lives, directedy by Apichatpong Weerasethakul, Thailand/U.K./France/Germany 3. Melancholia, directed by Lars von Trier, Denmark/Sweden/France/Germany 4. A ...

Exclusive from the Hollywood Reporter: “We all fell in love with this movie from the moment we saw it,” MTV News’ Josh Horowitz tells The Hollywood Reporter. “We all love the work of David Fincher, we all were blown away by Rooney Mara, ...

(Thanks Craig Z!) 1. “A Separation” It is specifically Iranian, but I believe the more specific a film is about human experience, the more universal it is. On the other hand, movies “for everybody” seem to be for nobody in ...

Here is Jeff Wells’ list – we plan to talk about our top ten on today’s podcast, as Kris Tapley and Anne Thompson did last week on their Oscar Talk podcast.  Jeff has already let the cat out of the ...

Anne Hornaday’s Top 10 films of 2011, from The Washington Post. 1. Meek’s Cutoff 2. The Descendants 3. Moneyball 4. Buck 5. Beginners 6. Take Shelter 7. Nostalgia for the Light 8. The Trip 9. Drive 10. Win Win

I’m beginning to wonder. If the Academy were populated with critics, how would their eclectic taste ever overlap enough for any movie to get 5% of the vote? (By the way, I named Detective Dee among my top 10 last ...

I like Drive at number one but the rest is enough to make me pop a gasket.  It’s not that it’s so bad, particularly, it’s just — I mean, what the fuck, bro. To quote Aurora Greenway, let’s just leave ...

David Denby of The New Yorker gives his Top 10. Read the rest of his summaries here. “Hugo”—In Martin Scorsese’s wondrous 3-D masterpiece, you  feel like you’re inside a giant box with the entire history of the cinema  playing on ...
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That’s¬†what he’s saying. No mention of Sofia Coppola’s Somewhere, which took the top prize in Venice. So, Tangled and Toy Story 3 in his top ten. Animal Kingdom at #3! 1. Toy Story 3, 2. The Social Network, 3. Animal ...

“Toronto’s Village Voice” NOW creates a Top 10 that combines the favorite titles from each of it’s movie critics, and then the writers break it down to their more personal lists of 10. The Social Network – David Fincher (“The ...

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