Top Ten Lists

The Hollywood Reporter’s Kirk Honeycutt: 1. Inception 2. The Social Network 3. The King‚Äôs Speech 4. 127 Hours 5. True Grit 6. Carlos 7. A Prophet 8. The Kids Are All Right 9. Winter‚Äôs Bone 10. The Way Back Todd ...
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Says Ebert: David Fincher’s “The Social Network”is emerging as the consensus choice as best film of 2010. Most of the critics’ groups have sanctified it, and after its initial impact it has only grown it stature. I think it is ...
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A variety of critics were called upon to write up the best movies of the year. Here are three of them: 1. The Social Network – by Jim Emerson “We lived on farms. We lived in cities. And now we ...

More honey for the hive. Toy Story 3 Inside Job Never Let Me Go Life During Wartime The Social Network Rabbit Hole Wild Grass Green Zone Waiting for Superman Four Lions

Winter’s Bone Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer and Inside Job Please Give Toy Story 3 Another Year Mother and Child Vincere Exit Through the Gift Shop Marwencol Despicable Me Wonder how long Edelstein has been this ...

Todd McCarthy has delved into two of what he considers the year’s best films. He goes deeply into Carlos and The Social Network and then tosses in the others he thinks fit the bill, which should give us a loose ...

Thanks to reader Andrew for pointing out Kenneth Turan’s top ten. As follows: 1. Bright Star and Hurt Locker I’m going to split my No. 1 pick between two films that have a lot in common even though they seem ...

From Richard Roeper: 1. “Brothers” A brilliant, beautiful, harsh, gut-punching, 21st century war story with Biblical overtones. Some critics said Jim Sheridan’s adaptation of the great Danish film to be too glossy and heavy-handed, but I found it to be ...

Thanks to Red Wine: Lou Lumenick 1. UP IN THE AIR 2. UP 3. A SERIOUS MAN 4. INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS 5. AVATAR 6. INVICTUS 7. PRECIOUS 8. FANTASTIC MR. FOX 9. IN THE LOOP 10.PONYO Kyle Smith’s after the jump.

Avatar makes two out of three of the lists, The Hurt Locker all three, (thanks to Hisham for sending) A.O. Scott 1) Where the Wild Things Are 2) The Hurt Locker/In the Loop 3) Summer Hours/Of Time and the City ...

Entertainment Weekly critics agree to disagree about several significant movies in their Best of 2009 lists: Lisa Schwarzbaum The Hurt Locker Up Coraline Up in the Air Where the Wild Things Are Fantastic Mr. Fox A Serious Man Big Fan ...

From TM5 1.      The White Ribbon (Michael Haneke) 2.      A Serious Man (Joel & Ethan Coen) 3.      A Prophet (Jacques Audiard) 4.      Soul Power (Jeffery Levy-Hinte) 5.      The Hurt Locker (Katheryn Bigelow 6.      Fish Tank (Andrea Arnold) 7.      Broken Embraces ...

We always like to highlight Rolling Stone’s Pete Travers’ top ten lists. For one thing, he only hands out his four star reviews a few times a year. For another thing, his top ten generally reflects, more or less, a ...

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXx-x5gdZmk[/youtube] ONTD points us to this list in the Calgary Herald – romantic films since 2000 (important since all of the most romantic films occurred earlier). The article talks about why the films are so bad for us: Dr. Bjarne ...

Although Eric Childress is mentioned below as the first major Oscarwonk of the season to come forward with his nomination predictions, Frank J. Avella at New York Cool beats The Oscar Eye out of the gate by 3 full days. ...

Feeding our habit for embedded trailers throughout the year, Trailer Addict has posted their choices for the Top 10 Trailer of 2008. Is your favorite among them? Do they include any trailer FAILs? Top 10 List with links and some ...

Movie City News’ Top Ten chart has been updated, with a few switches here or there. The top ten now stands at: 1. Wall-E 2. The Dark Knight 3. Slumdog Millionaire 4. Milk 5. The Wrestler 6. Benjamin Button +1 ...

Thanks to our good friend glimmer for directing us to the results of the prestigious Film Comment Critics Poll. The complete lists with more detailed appraisals will appear in the January/February issue. This sneak peek from the Lincoln Center film ...

Thank god for ONTD because they’ve done the work so you don’t have to click through all of the links Moviefone has set up. I don’t begrudge them the need to make money but clicking through fifty of them? No ...

Movie City News has collected the most comprehensive list of top tens anywhere on the web. No one even bothers competing with them on this because they do it so well. There is another site, too, that is more comprehensive ...

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