Greatest Films of the 2010s
Greatest Films of the 2010s


Greatest Films of the 2010s
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

2010

Title Screen Film Genre(s), Title, Year, (Country), Length, Director, Description

The American (2010, US/UK), 105 minutes, D: Anton Corbijn

Black Swan (2010), 103 minutes, D: Darren Aronofsky

Blue Valentine (2010), 112 minutes, D: Derek Cianfrance

Despicable Me (2010), 95 minutes, D: Pierre Coffin, Chris Renaud

The Fighter (2010), 115 minutes, D: David O. Russell

The Ghost Writer (2010, UK/Germ./Fr.), 128 minutes, D: Roman Polanski

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 (2010), 146 minutes, D: David Yates
See Harry Potter series.

How to Train Your Dragon (2010), 98 minutes, D: Chris Sanders

Inception (2010), 148 minutes, D: Christopher Nolan



Iron Man 2 (2010)
, 124 minutes, D. Jon Favreau

The Kids Are All Right (2010), 106 minutes, D: Lisa Cholodenko

The King's Speech (2010, UK/Australia), 118 minutes, D. Tom Hooper

127 Hours (2010), 93 minutes, D: Danny Boyle

Shrek Forever After (2010), 93 minutes, D: Mike Mitchell
See Shrek series.

The Social Network (2010), 120 minutes, D. David Fincher

The Town (2010), 124 minutes, D: Ben Affleck

Toy Story 3 (2010), 103 minutes, D: Lee Unkrich



True Grit (2010)
, 110 minutes, D: Joel and Ethan Coen
A more violent adaptation of the 1969 John Wayne (Oscar-winning role) western based upon the 1968 Charles Portis novel. Set in the 1870s at Fort Smith, with Jeff Bridges as gruff and tough, drunken, one-eyed (leather eye-patched) US federal Marshal Reuben J. "Rooster" Cogburn - he was hired by precocious and stubborn 14 year-old orphaned Mattie Ross (13 year-old newcomer Hailee Steinfeld) to capture hired hand/drifter Tom Chaney (Josh Brolin), her father's killer, and his fellow gang-leader/criminal Lucky Ned (Barry Pepper). Cogburn was allied with cocky Texas Ranger LaBoeuf (Matt Damon) who was also searching for Chaney in the lawless Indian Nations territory, to return him to Texas for killing a state senator. Their search led to a climactic shoot-out. Beautiful filmed by long-time Coen collaborator and cinematographer Roger Deakins.

Winter's Bone (2010), 100 minutes, D: Debra Granik


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