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||Posted - 14/07/2010 : 18:49:28
which is the best movie you have seen in 2010
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||Posted - 07/02/2011 : 20:46:41
So updating my best movies of 2010 I would have to put Kick Ass up there, I have Inception on Blu-Ray but haven't watched it as yet, Avatar (technically 2009) was gorgeous on Blu-Ray, and being a massive Arnie, and action movie, fan The Expendables was great too.
||Posted - 24/01/2011 : 03:16:08
i think INCEPTION is the best movie of 2010.
||Posted - 19/12/2010 : 09:26:42
I also loved Avatar. I found a couple of big name movies a big disappointment though.
||Posted - 17/11/2010 : 17:50:31
my best movie for this year is RED.
||Posted - 16/11/2010 : 09:37:23
I'd have to say Kickass. Not often do you find a movie about a geek wanting to be a superhero, ending up to be one. I absolutely adore hitgirl since at her young age, she's able to do moves only adults are capable of. If you haven't watched it yet, I suggest you do.
||Posted - 26/10/2010 : 18:47:32
i like The Expendables (2010)
||Posted - 18/10/2010 : 17:10:47
I like Vampire Sucks
||Posted - 22/09/2010 : 17:20:24
The inception is the best movie of 2010.
||Posted - 20/09/2010 : 20:59:47
I saw Kick-Ass for the first time on Blu-Ray recently and while it's certainly not for kids, I absolutely loved the movie so check it out.
||Posted - 17/09/2010 : 17:07:12
avatar has been added to my list of best movies.ialso liked movie australia
||Posted - 09/08/2010 : 14:52:34
The best movies by far this 2010 is Avatar & Inception.
||Posted - 06/08/2010 : 10:45:08
Avatar was the best experience in 2010.
||Posted - 21/07/2010 : 11:20:49
In theatres I haven't been blown away too much but have to say Toy Story 3 was sensational - both on a visual and story level.
In terms of Blu-Rays there have been some very good releases, but not much exceptional. Stuff late last year like District 9 and Star Trek are superb, but this year I would probably say the Toy Story 1/2, Funny People, Michael Jackson's This is It and Up take the cake to date.
I think though that Avatar is near the top of my list as a theatrical experience, and for the stunning Blu-Ray transfer.