Best Movie of 2010!

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Which one's the best Movie of 2010 you have ever seen?

Inception
6
60%
Iron Man 2
0
No votes
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
1
10%
Tron Legacy
2
20%
How to Train your Dragon
0
No votes
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows
1
10%
Others (Specify a title that is in the 2010 realm)
0
No votes
 
Total votes: 10
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Best Movie of 2010!

Postby Sapphire Wolf » Wed Dec 29, 2010 3:05 am

Which one is the best in your opinion?
(I refuse to throw in Twilight!)
(IMHO, Twilight= :vomit: , No offense)

Anywho, my vote goes to Inception, why? Because of the awesome mindbending action, nuff said!

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Postby Planet Orange Citizen » Wed Dec 29, 2010 3:20 am

Inception, no doubt.
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Postby Sirius » Wed Dec 29, 2010 3:53 am

Only watched three of those... out of those, Inception was easily the best, while Iron Man 2 was easily the worst. Probably comparable to the Twilight one actually. (Which isn't tear-your-eyes-out bad, it's just quite overrated.)
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Postby Alter-Fox » Wed Dec 29, 2010 6:14 am

For me it's a tie between Scott Pilgrim and Tron. Leaning heavily toward Scott Pilgrim :D... the moment the movie finished I wanted to see it again. As for Tron, the movie and the soundtrack were both awesome (I got the soundtrack for christmas), the visual effects were amazing, and the story wasn't nearly as bad as the Free Press made it out to be.
I actually only saw Harry Potter DH today. I had been waiting for a month...
That one definitely comes in second though, I was really impressed that it didn't feel rushed (like almost every other movie nowadays), and it didn't need cheap gimmicks to be great. I still think I liked Half Blood Prince better though (but I haven't watched that one in a year, I need to refresh my memory).
How to Train Your Dragon was also surprisingly good, but it followed a very different plotline from the books, and generally I liked the books better (yes I read them all :roll: ). It has to be commended for its use of 3D though, it really enhanced the movie (moreso even than Tron).
I also saw Despicable Me and it was surprisingly good... I like to see PG-rated movies every once in a while because it reminds me that not everything is overly violent or sexual (or something in between)... even if it's just PG-rated movies :lol: . I think that was this year... so much happened in 2010 it feels like two years... the Olympics seems like a lifetime ago.

Iron Man 2 was a classic case of sequel dissapointment.
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Postby Sirius » Wed Dec 29, 2010 6:38 am

Alter-Fox wrote:so much happened in 2010 it feels like two years... the Olympics seems like a lifetime ago.


Agreed... it's a bit hard to believe that was this year for me as well. I did a lot of travelling here and there since I was in Vancouver, that might have something to do with it... and all the moving brought a lot of changes with it...
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Postby Sapphire Wolf » Wed Dec 29, 2010 7:05 am

Okay, I shouldn't of put Iron Man 2 as one of the answers. (I'm too late to take it out) :oops:
Yeah, some or most 2nd (live action) movies of any comic book franchise ends up being a train wreck. (Freakin' Hollywood)
Okay, note to self- don't throw in Comic Book Movies within polls for best movie of the year (unless it's a Batman movie, even though there aren't any new batman movies released this year)
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Postby Woodpecker » Wed Dec 29, 2010 9:27 am

Kickass. :D
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Postby Capt. Blackwood » Wed Dec 29, 2010 6:25 pm

Tron: Legacy.

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