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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 9:11 pm 
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so other than Inception, which I do admire for its strengths despite its faults I find in it, Science Fiction has been really weak so far this year. Which sucks cuz last year was great for scifi: Moon, District 9, Star Trek, even Avatar to an extent


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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Yeah fuck I thought sci-fi was going through a rebirth or something. Hopefully the next few years will be better for Sci-Fi.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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I like these new action/comedy films like Scott Pilgrim and Kick-Ass, they'd be my favourite films of this year after Inception and Toy Story 3.


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Kick-Ass = 7 out of 10
Toy Story 3 = 5 out of 10


When I see someone give Toy Story 3 5/10, I feel compelled to ask what faults the film had to have you deduct 5 points?


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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1. The Social Network
2. Shutter Island
3. Wah Do Dem
4. Greenberg
5. The American

wah do dem can even be higher if i'm able to at least watch it on dvd on my big tv


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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Yeah I'm not sure how to count Wah Do Dem... as 09 or 10. It got festival dates in 09 (and I think that's an early version even) but didn't get actual release until 2010, so idk. If it's 2010 then it's my top for sure (and for 09 if it's that and just high in the 00s in general).


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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Youth in Revolt Image
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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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1. Four Lions (9/10)
2. Shutter Island (8/10)
3. The Road (8/10)
4. Black Death (8/10)
5. Perrier's Bounty (7/10)
6. Kick-Ass (7/10)
7. Centurion (6/10)
8. Shank (6/10)
9. The Book of Eli (6/10)
10. The Crazies (6/10)


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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has anyone here seen machete yet?


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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nope and i have no desire to see it.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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bman wrote:
has anyone here seen machete yet?


Yep

It's a piece of absolute shit.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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The "dream project" of Andrei Konchalovsky, co-writer of Andrei Rublev.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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what. in. the. fuck.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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Well, that's certainly a change in direction.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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Maddolis wrote:
When I see someone give Toy Story 3 5/10, I feel compelled to ask what faults the film had to have you deduct 5 points?

Probably cause I'm emotionally drained. I probably would have enjoyed it a lot more 3 or 4 years ago, but as of now, it's not speaking my language. Where most people see it as a sentimental send-off to childhood and cried their eyes out, I saw it as a tough titty get a job send-off to childhood, and not purposefully. I felt its focus was less on either of those two aspects, and more about making a prison break story. I couldn't shake the feeling that the writers, the animators, and the voice actors were just there for a paycheck. The only character that had any sort of depth was Woody, and even it felt like he was phoning it in. On top of that, I didn't think it was very funny or cute or charming, I felt it was in too much of a hurry to stop and breathe in the fresh air. It felt vacant and lifeless, the characters were treated... like they were fucking toys. In fact, now that I write this, I might push it down to a 4.

But then again, know that I haven't been able to enjoy an animated film since Wall-E, the exception being How To Train Your Dragon, but that did its job as a mindless fantasy romp. I just lack the spirit. If I didn't already have a nostalgic attachment to Beauty And The Beast, I would've walked out saying "What bullshit..." when I went to see the rerelease.


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 Post subject: Re: Films of 2010
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This guy's also directed The Odyssey tv movie, Tango and Cash, Homer And Eddie, and Runaway Train... the man likes him some Hollywood magic sometimes.


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