Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2010: See What Made the Cut!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to take a cinematic journey back to 2010! A year that gifted us with an array of unforgettable films that made us laugh, cry, and clutch our seats in suspense. From heart-wrenching dramas to adrenaline-pumping action flicks, 2010 was a year that truly had it all. But which movies stole the show and won the hearts of fans worldwide? Which cinematic gems had us queuing up at the box office and left us wanting more? Well, you’re about to find out! We’ve compiled a list of the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2010. So, sit back, relax, and let’s rewind the reel to see what made the cut!


“Inception” is a mind-bending thriller released in 2010, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and an ensemble cast. The movie follows Cobb, a skilled thief who delves into people’s dreams to steal valuable information. However, he is offered a chance to redeem himself by attempting the impossible task of implanting an idea into someone’s subconscious. Get ready for a captivating journey through the depths of the human mind as Cobb and his team navigate a world where dreams and reality intertwine.

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio (Dom Cobb) , Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Arthur) , Ken Watanabe (Saito) , Tom Hardy (Eames) , Elliot Page (Ariadne) , Dileep Rao (Yusuf) , Cillian Murphy (Robert Fischer, Jr.) , Tom Berenger (Peter Browning) , Marion Cotillard (Mal Cobb) , Peter Postlethwaite (Maurice Fischer) , Michael Caine (Stephen Miles) , Lukas Haas (Nash) , Talulah Riley (Blonde) , Tohoru Masamune (Japanese Security Guard) , Taylor Geare (Phillipa (5 years)) , Claire Geare (Phillipa (3 years)) , Johnathan Geare (James (3 years)) , Yuji Okumoto (Saito’s Attendant) , Earl Cameron (Elderly Bald Man) , Ryan Hayward (Lawyer) , Miranda Nolan (Flight Attendant) , Russ Fega (Cab Driver) , Tim Kelleher (Thin Man) , Coralie Dedykere (Bridge Sub Con) , Silvie Laguna (Bridge Sub Con)

Directors: Christopher Nolan

Writers: Christopher Nolan

Tags: paris, france, spy, philosophy, allegory, dream, kidnapping, manipulation, airplane, virtual reality, car crash, heist, rescue, mission, memory, architecture, los angeles, california, dream world, subconscious

Shutter Island

Shutter Island

Release Date: 2010-02-14

Genres: Drama, Thriller, Mystery

“Shutter Island” is a gripping psychological thriller set in 1954. Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo, it follows the story of a U.S. Marshal investigating the disappearance of a patient from a hospital for the criminally insane. As he delves deeper into the case, he is haunted by disturbing visions and encounters a mysterious doctor, making for a suspenseful and mind-bending cinematic experience. Released in 2010, this movie is definitely one of the best voted films of that year.

Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio (Teddy Daniels) , Mark Ruffalo (Chuck Aule) , Ben Kingsley (Dr. John Cawley) , Michelle Williams (Dolores Chanal) , Emily Mortimer (Rachel Solando) , Patricia Clarkson (Rachel 2) , Max von Sydow (Dr. Jeremiah Naehring) , Jackie Earle Haley (George Noyce) , John Carroll Lynch (Deputy Warden McPherson) , Ted Levine (Warden) , Elias Koteas (Laeddis) , Robin Bartlett (Bridget Kearns) , Christopher Denham (Christian) , Joseph Sikora (Glen Miga) , Curtiss Cook (Trey Washington) , Gary Galone (Gate Guard) , John Franchi (Criminally Insane Inmate (uncredited)) , Nellie Sciutto (Nurse Marino) , Raymond Anthony Thomas (Orderly Ganton) , Joseph McKenna (Inmate Billings) , Ruby Jerins (Little Girl) , Tom Kemp (Ward C Guard) , Bates Wilder (Ward C Guard) , Drew Beasley (Younger Boy) , Dan Marshall (U.S. G.I. at Dachau Liberation / German S.S. Officer Killed (uncredited))

Directors: Martin Scorsese

Writers: Dennis Lehane, Laeta Kalogridis

Tags: based on novel or book, island, hurricane, investigation, psychiatric hospital, u.s. marshal, conspiracy theory, psychological thriller, whodunit, neo-noir, 1950s



Release Date: 2010-08-06

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Flipped” is a heartwarming movie released in 2010 that tells the story of Juli and Bryce, who meet in second grade and become friends. Juli falls in love with Bryce and spends the next six years trying to win his heart. Just when she’s about to give up, Bryce starts to reconsider his feelings. Starring Madeline Carroll and Callan McAuliffe, this film is a delightful tale of young love and the power of persistence.

Cast: Madeline Carroll (Julianna “Juli” Baker) , Callan McAuliffe (Bryce Loski) , Rebecca De Mornay (Pasty Loski) , Anthony Edwards (Steven Loski) , John Mahoney (Chet Duncan) , Penelope Ann Miller (Trina Baker) , Aidan Quinn (Richard Baker) , Kevin Weisman (Daniel Baker) , Morgan Lily (Young Juli) , Ryan Ketzner (Young Bryce) , Ashley Taylor (Sherry Stalls) , Israel Broussard (Garrett) , Cody H. Carolin (Lynetta) , Inga R. Wilson (Mrs. Kimble) , Michael Bolten (Mark Baker) , Shane Harper (Matt Baker) , Stefanie Scott (Dana Tressler) , Patricia Lentz (Mrs. McClure) , Matthew Gold (Eddie Trulock) , Wallace Bridges (Tree Worker)

Directors: Rob Reiner

Writers: Rob Reiner, Andrew Scheinman, Wendelin Van Draanen

Tags: shyness, based on novel or book, unrequited love, neighbor, family relationships, teenage boy, first crush, young love, opposites attract, multiple perspectives, 1950s, 1960s, based on young adult novel

Elite Squad: The Enemy Within

Elite Squad: The Enemy Within

Release Date: 2010-10-08

Genres: Drama, Action, Crime

“Elite Squad: The Enemy Within” is a gripping Brazilian action film released in 2010. It follows the intense story of Lieutenant-Colonel Roberto Nascimento and Captain André Matias, who face accusations of prisoner executions after a rebellion in a high-security penitentiary. With a talented cast including Wagner Moura and Seu Jorge, this movie delves into corruption, justice, and the complex world of law enforcement in Rio de Janeiro.

Cast: Wagner Moura (Tenente-Coronel Nascimento) , Irandhir Santos (Diogo Fraga) , André Ramiro (André Matias) , Pedro Van-Held (Rafael) , Maria Ribeiro (Rosane) , Sandro Rocha (Russo) , Milhem Cortaz (Tenente-Coronel Fábio) , Tainá Müller (Clara) , Seu Jorge (Beirada) , André Mattos (Fortunato) , Adriano Garib (Guaracy) , Julio Adrião (Governador Gelino) , Emílio Orciollo Netto (Valmir) , Charles Fricks (Vermont) , Fabrício Boliveira (Marreco) , Pierre Santos (Santos) , Cadu Fávero (Monitorador Desipe) , Luca Bianchi (Rapé) , Juliana Schalch (Júlia) , Rogério Trindade (Delegado Barata) , Luciano Vidigal (Alexandre) , Prazeres Barbosa (Dona Olga) , Roney Villela (Pereira) , Rose Abdallah (Escrivã) , Thogun Teixeira (Cabo Tião)

Directors: José Padilha

Writers: Bráulio Mantovani, José Padilha, Rodrigo Pimentel

Tags: drug trafficking, penitentiary, police, jail, torture, execution, drugs, criminal, duringcreditsstinger

I Saw the Devil

I Saw the Devil

Release Date: 2010-08-12

Genres: Thriller, Horror

“I Saw the Devil” is a gripping thriller released in 2010 that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year. Starring Lee Byung-hun and Choi Min-sik, the movie follows a top-secret agent named Soo-Hyun who takes matters into his own hands to seek revenge against a sadistic killer named Kyung-Chul. As the story unfolds, Soo-Hyun’s relentless pursuit of justice takes a dark turn, blurring the lines between good and evil.

Cast: Lee Byung-hun (Kim Soo-hyeon) , Choi Min-sik (Kyung-chul) , Jeon Kuk-hwan (Squad Chief Jang) , Cheon Ho-jin (Section Chief Oh) , Oh San-ha (Joo-yeon) , Kim Yoon-seo (Se-yeon) , Nam Bo-ra (Section Chief’s Daughter) , Lee Jun-hyuk (NIS Agent) , Yoon Chae-yeong (Nurse Han Song-i) , Choi Moo-sung (Tae-joo) , Kim In-seo (Se-jung) , Kim Kap-soo (Planning Team Deputy Head) , Um Tae-goo (Detective) , Choi Jin-ho (Planning Director) , Jeong Mi-nam (Gangster in Taxi) , Jo Deok-jae (Detective Kang) , Jang Jeong-won (Kyung-chul’s Son) , Park Seo-yeon (Woman at Pension) , Lee Seol-gu (Gangster in Taxi) , Kim Yeong-chan (Young Pharmacist) , Goo Yong-wan (Corporal) , Kim Dae-hye (Hospital Worker) , Kim Jae-Geon (Old Doctor) , Park Ji-yeon (Teacher) , Son Young-soon (Kyung-chul’s Mother)

Directors: Kim Jee-woon

Writers: Kim Jee-woon, Park Hoon-jung, Lee Yoon-ho

Tags: cemetery, police chief, secret agent, psychopath, revenge, murder, serial killer, severed head, mercilessness, brutality, cannibal, tracking device, south korea, sadistic killer

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Release Date: 2010-10-06

Genres: Adventure, Fantasy

“Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” is a thrilling fantasy film released in 2010. It follows Harry, Ron, and Hermione as they embark on a dangerous mission to destroy the remaining Horcruxes and defeat the evil Lord Voldemort. With beloved characters, intense action, and a world filled with danger, this movie is a must-watch for any Harry Potter fan.

Three Steps Above Heaven

Three Steps Above Heaven

Release Date: 2010-12-03

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Three Steps Above Heaven” is a captivating love story set in 2010. It follows the journey of Babi, a well-mannered girl from a privileged background, and Hache, a rebellious and risk-taking boy. Against all odds, their paths intertwine, leading them on a thrilling adventure where they discover their first true love. Starring María Valverde, Mario Casas, and Álvaro Cervantes, this movie promises an emotional rollercoaster filled with passion, innocence, and the pursuit of the impossible. Released on December 3, 2010, it’s a must-watch for anyone seeking a heartwarming tale of young love.

Cast: María Valverde (Babi) , Mario Casas (Hache) , Álvaro Cervantes (Pollo) , Marina Salas (Katina) , Nerea Camacho (Dani) , Cristina Plazas (Rafaela) , Jordi Bosch (Claudio) , Joan Crosas (Padre de H) , Diego Martín (Alejandro) , Andrea Duro (Mara) , Pablo Rivero (Gustavo) , Cristina Dilla (Madre de H) , Víctor Sevilla (Ventura) , Marcel Borràs (Chico) , Pere Ventura (Abogado) , Àlex Maruny (Rubén) , Clara Segura (La Forga) , Henar Jiménez (Berta) , Ricardo Mestres (Tipejo) , Òscar Rabadán (Abogado acusación) , Marta Martín (Silvia) , Francesc Reina (Tattooist)

Directors: Fernando González Molina

Writers: Federico Moccia, Ramón Salazar

Tags: rebel, based on novel or book, forbidden love, friendship, motorcycle crash, motor sport, street race, love, best friend, motorcycle, teenage love, first love, young love, illegal grand prix race, teen rebel, based on young adult novel

The King's Speech

The King’s Speech

Release Date: 2010-11-26

Genres: Drama, History

“The King’s Speech” is a captivating historical drama released on November 26, 2010. It tells the inspiring story of King George VI, who overcomes his debilitating stutter with the help of an unconventional speech therapist named Lionel Logue. With an incredible cast including Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter, this movie beautifully portrays the unlikely friendship that helps the king find his voice and lead his country through the challenges of war.

Cast: Colin Firth (King George VI) , Geoffrey Rush (Lionel Logue) , Helena Bonham Carter (Queen Elizabeth) , Guy Pearce (King Edward VIII) , Timothy Spall (Winston Churchill) , Michael Gambon (King George V) , Jennifer Ehle (Myrtle Logue) , Derek Jacobi (Archbishop Cosmo Lang) , Freya Wilson (Princess Elizabeth) , Ramona Marquez (Princess Margaret) , Richard Dixon (Private Secretary) , Robert Portal (Equerry) , Eve Best (Wallis Simpson) , Paul Trussell (Chauffeur) , Adrian Scarborough (BBC Radio Announcer) , Andrew Havill (Robert Wood) , Charles Armstrong (BBC Technician) , Roger Hammond (Dr. Blandine Bentham) , Calum Gittins (Laurie Logue) , Dominic Applewhite (Valentine Logue) , Ben Wimsett (Anthony Logue) , David Bamber (Theatre Director) , Jake Hathaway (Willie) , Patrick Ryecart (Lord Wigram) , Teresa Gallagher (Nurse)

Directors: Tom Hooper

Writers: David Seidler

Tags: great britain, radio, monarchy, stutter, palace, radio transmission, royal family, speech, marriage, based on true story, royalty, death of father, historical fiction, 1930s, british royal family, british monarchy, george vi, winston churchill, speech therapy, corgi

The Man from Nowhere

The Man from Nowhere

Release Date: 2010-08-04

Genres: Action, Thriller, Crime

“The Man from Nowhere” is a gripping action thriller released in 2010. It follows the story of Taesik, a former special agent turned bitter loner, who finds solace in a young girl named Somi. When Somi is kidnapped by a gang, Taesik embarks on a dangerous journey to save her, uncovering his mysterious past along the way. Starring Won Bin and Kim Sae-ron, this movie is a thrilling ride filled with suspense and emotional depth.

Cast: Won Bin (Cha Tae-sik) , Kim Sae-ron (Jeong So-mi) , Kim Tae-hun (Kim Chi-gon) , Kim Hee-won (Man-seok) , Kim Sung-oh (Jong-seok) , Thanayong Wongtrakul (Ramrowan) , Kwak Do-won (Detective Kim) , Kim Hyo-seo (Hyo-jeong) , Jo Jae-yun (Jang Doo-sik) , Song Young-chang (Oh Myung-gyu) , Lee Jae-won (Kim Do-chi) , Baek Su-ryeon (Bookstore Lady) , Lee Jong-pil (Detective No) , Nam Kyung-eup (Section Chief) , Jo Hyun-wu (Moon Dal-seo) , Hong So-hee (Kim Yeon-soo) , Won Jin (Ant Oyster Boy) , Kim Won-jin (Turkish Bath Gang Member) , Han Sa-myung (Arcade Man) , Jeong Do-won (Detective Park) , Hwang Min-Ho (Nam Seong-sik) , Han Cheol-woo (Loan Shark Company Worker) , Kwon Seong-deok (Old Man in Bookstore) , Jung Min-sung (Special Intelligence Police Investigator)

Directors: Lee Jeong-beom

Writers: Lee Jeong-beom

Tags: child labour, martial arts, assassin, hero, hitman, protection, human trafficking, friendship, revenge, tragic hero, disappearance, drugs, neo-noir, organ harvest

Black Swan

Black Swan

Release Date: 2010-12-03

Genres: Drama, Thriller, Horror

“Black Swan” is a captivating psychological thriller released in 2010. Starring Natalie Portman, Mila Kunis, and Vincent Cassel, the movie takes us on a mesmerizing journey into the mind of a young ballerina. As she prepares for the role of the swan queen, her transformation becomes eerily perfect, blurring the lines between reality and obsession. With a stellar cast and a gripping storyline, this film is a must-watch for anyone seeking a thrilling and thought-provoking cinematic experience.

Cast: Natalie Portman (Nina Sayers / The Swan Queen) , Mila Kunis (Lily / The Black Swan) , Vincent Cassel (Thomas Leroy / The Gentleman) , Barbara Hershey (Erica Sayers / The Queen) , Winona Ryder (Beth Macintyre / The Dying Swan) , Benjamin Millepied (David Moreau / The Prince) , Ksenia Solo (Veronica / Little Swan) , Kristina Anapau (Galina / Little Swan) , Janet Montgomery (Madeline / Little Swan) , Sebastian Stan (Andrew / Suitor) , Toby Hemingway (Tom / Suitor) , Sergio Torrado (Sergio / Rothbart) , Mark Margolis (Mr. Fithian / Patron) , Tina Sloan (Mrs. Fithian / Patron) , Abraham Aronofsky (Mr. Stein / Patron) , Charlotte Aronofsky (Mrs. Stein / Patron) , Marcia Jean Kurtz (Costumer Georgina) , Shaun O’Hagan (Stage Manager Sebastian) , Chris Gartin (Sexy Waiter Scott) , Deborah Offner (Administrator Susie) , Stanley B. Herman (Uncle Hank) , Michelle Rodriguez Nouel (Physical Therapist) , Kurt Froman (Understudy for Siegfried) , Marty Krzywonos (Conductor) , Leslie Lyles (Nurse)

Directors: Darren Aronofsky

Writers: Mark Heyman, Andres Heinz, John J. McLaughlin

Tags: new york city, dancing, competition, dancer, obsession, paranoia, insanity, ballet, female protagonist, psychological thriller, heartbreak, mental illness, madness, swan lake, ballerina

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Release Date: 2010-08-12

Genres: Action, Comedy, Romance

“Scott Pilgrim vs. the World” is a 2010 movie starring Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, and a talented ensemble cast. It follows the story of Scott Pilgrim, a bass guitarist who always finds himself in complicated relationships. However, when he falls for Ramona Flowers, he discovers that her ex-boyfriends are determined to eliminate him from the picture. This action-packed film, released on August 12, 2010, showcases Scott’s epic battle to win Ramona’s heart while facing off against her army of exes.

Cast: Michael Cera (Scott Pilgrim) , Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Ramona Flowers) , Ellen Wong (Knives Chau) , Kieran Culkin (Wallace Wells) , Alison Pill (Kim Pine) , Mark Webber (Stephen Stills) , Johnny Simmons (Young Neil) , Jason Schwartzman (Gideon Graves) , Anna Kendrick (Stacey Pilgrim) , Aubrey Plaza (Julie Powers) , Satya Bhabha (Matthew Patel) , Chris Evans (Lucas Lee) , Brandon Routh (Todd Ingram) , Mae Whitman (Roxy Richter) , Brie Larson (Envy Adams) , Keita Saito (Kyle Katayanagi) , Shota Saito (Ken Katayanagi) , Will Bowes (Party Goer) , Celine Lepage (Party Goer) , Mark Leroy (Party Goer) , Kjartan Hewitt (Jimmy) , Ben Lewis (Other Scott) , Nelson Franklin (Comeau) , Kristina Pesic (Sandra) , Matt Watts (Promoter)

Directors: Edgar Wright

Writers: Edgar Wright, Michael Bacall, Bryan Lee O’Malley

Tags: video game, canada, ex-boyfriend, toronto, canada, based on comic, animated scene, based on graphic novel, whipping, hipster, underage girlfriend, unconsciousness, girl fight, vegan, aftercreditsstinger

Ip Man 2

Ip Man 2

Release Date: 2010-04-29

Genres: Action, History, Drama

“Ip Man 2” is a captivating martial arts film released in 2010. Set in post-war Hong Kong, it follows the story of Ip Man, a renowned Wing Chun master who opens a kung fu school to mentor troubled youth. As his reputation grows, he faces formidable adversaries, including the powerful Hung Quan. With an impressive cast led by Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung, this movie promises thrilling action and a compelling storyline.

Cast: Donnie Yen (Ip Man) , Sammo Hung (Hung Chun-Nam) , Huang Xiaoming (Wong Leung) , Lynn Hung (Cheung Wing-sing) , Kent Cheng (Fatso) , Ngo Ka-nin (Leung Kan) , Simon Yam (Zhou Qing Quan) , Calvin Cheng Ka-Sing (Chow Kong-Yiu) , Fan Siu-wong (Kam Shan-Chau / Jin Shanzhau) , Dennis To Yue-Hong (Cheng Wai-Kei) , Darren Shahlavi (Twister) , Ashton Chen (Tsui Sai-Cheong) , Li Ze (Yip Chun) , Jiang Daiyan (Young Bruce Lee) , Lo Meng (Master Law) , Fung Hak-On (Master Cheng) , Lam Hak-Ming (Master Lam) , Charles Mayer (Superintendent Wallace) , Brian Thomas Burrell (Emcee) , Li huiying (3rd Auntie / Sam Gu) , Ma Zengqin (Landlady) , Lu Meifang (Hung Chun-Nam wife) , Tian Rui (Jin Shan Zhao’s Wife) , Christian Kang Bachini (Twister Supporter) , Tomer Oz (Referee)

Directors: Wilson Yip

Writers: Edmond Wong, Chan Tai-Li, Choi Hiu-Yan

Tags: martial arts, sports, army, hong kong, master, wing chun, labor, grandmaster

The Fighter

The Fighter

Release Date: 2010-12-10

Genres: Drama

“The Fighter” is a gripping sports drama released on December 10, 2010. Starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo, it tells the inspiring true story of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward’s journey to become the world light welterweight champion. Guided by his half-brother Dicky, a former boxer-turned-trainer who overcame a troubled past, Micky’s rise to success mirrors the iconic underdog story of Rocky Balboa.

Cast: Mark Wahlberg (Micky Ward) , Christian Bale (Dicky Eklund) , Amy Adams (Charlene Fleming) , Melissa Leo (Alice Ward) , Mickey O’Keefe (Mickey O’Keefe) , Jack McGee (George Ward) , Melissa McMeekin (“Little Alice” Eklund) , Bianca Hunter (Cathy “Pork” Eklund) , Erica McDermott (Cindy “Tar” Eklund) , Jill Quigg (Donna Eklund Jaynes) , Dendrie Taylor (Gail “Red Dog” Eklund) , Kate B. O’Brien (Phyllis “Beaver” Eklund) , Jenna Lamia (Sherri Ward) , Frank Renzulli (Sal Lanano) , Paul Campbell (Gary “Boo Boo” Giuffrida) , Caitlin Dwyer (Kasie Ward) , Chanty Sok (Karen) , Ted Arcidi (Lou Gold) , Ross Bickell (Mike Toma) , Sean Malone (Wolfie) , José Antonio Rivera (Gilberto Brown aka Jose) , Richard Farrell (HBO Cameraman #1) , Matthew Muzio (HBO Cameraman #2) , Steven Barkhimer (HBO Producer) , Art Ramalho (Art Ramalho)

Directors: David O. Russell

Writers: Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, Eric Johnson, Keith Dorrington

Tags: irish-american, boxer, biography, family business , sports, dysfunctional family, family conflict, hometown, boxing trainer, crack addict, lowell massachusetts, blue collar worker, church bells, documentary filmmaking, jumping rope, shadow boxing, duringcreditsstinger, boxing, professional athlete, black sheep, devoted girlfriend, local hero

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

Release Date: 2010-01-22

Genres: Comedy, Horror

“Tucker and Dale vs. Evil” is a hilarious horror-comedy that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2010. The movie follows two innocent hillbillies who are mistaken for killers by a group of paranoid college kids camping near their cabin in West Virginia. As the misunderstandings escalate, so does the body count, leading to a chaotic and entertaining battle between the college kids and the misunderstood duo. Starring Alan Tudyk and Tyler Labine, this film is a must-watch for those who enjoy a mix of laughter and suspense.

Cast: Alan Tudyk (Tucker) , Tyler Labine (Dale) , Katrina Bowden (Allison) , Philip Granger (Sheriff) , Jesse Moss (Chad) , Bill Baksa (BJ Hillbilly) , Christie Laing (Naomi) , Chelan Simmons (Chloe) , Brandon Jay McLaren (Jason) , Travis Nelson (Chuck) , Alex Arsenault (Todd) , Adam Beauchesne (Mitch) , Joseph Allan Sutherland (Mike) , Karen Reigh (Cheryl) , Tye Evans (Chad’s Dad) , Mitchell Verigin (College Kid #1) , Angela DeCorte (College Kid #2) , Myles Pollard (Hillbilly Kid) , Eli Craig (Cameraman) , Sasha Williams (News Reporter)

Directors: Eli Craig

Writers: Eli Craig, Morgan Jurgenson

Tags: cabin, west virginia, chainsaw, hillbilly, killer

The Social Network

The Social Network

Release Date: 2010-10-01

Genres: Drama

“The Social Network” is a captivating film released in 2010 that tells the story of a brilliant rebel who revolutionized human interaction and left a lasting impact on an entire generation. With an incredible cast including Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and Justin Timberlake, this movie takes us on a journey through the life of a punk genius who changed the face of technology and social dynamics forever. If you’re into thought-provoking dramas, this is a must-watch!

Cast: Jesse Eisenberg (Mark Zuckerberg) , Andrew Garfield (Eduardo Saverin) , Justin Timberlake (Sean Parker) , Armie Hammer (Cameron Winklevoss / Tyler Winklevoss) , Max Minghella (Divya Narendra) , Josh Pence (Tyler Winklevoss) , Brenda Song (Christy Lee) , Rashida Jones (Marylin Delpy) , John Getz (Sy) , David Selby (Gage) , Denise Grayson (Gretchen) , Douglas Urbanski (Larry Summers) , Rooney Mara (Erica Albright) , Bryan Barter (Billy Olsen) , Dustin Fitzsimons (Phoenix Club President) , Joseph Mazzello (Dustin Moskovitz) , Patrick Mapel (Chris Hughes) , Toby Meuli (Phoenix Member Playing Facemash) , Alecia Svensen (Girl at Phoenix Club) , Jami Owen (Student Playing Facemash) , James Dastoli (Student Playing Facemash) , Robert Dastoli (Student Playing Facemash) , Scotty Crowe (Student Playing Facemash) , Jayk Gallagher (Student Playing Facemash) , Marcella Lentz-Pope (Erica’s Roommate)

Directors: David Fincher

Writers: Aaron Sorkin, Ben Mezrich

Tags: based on novel or book, hacker, harvard university, based on true story, hacking, historical fiction, twins, creator, frat party, social network, deposition, intellectual property, entrepreneur, arrogance, social media, young entrepreneur, facebook, legal drama, boat racing

True Grit

True Grit

Release Date: 2010-12-22

Genres: Drama, Adventure, Western

“True Grit” is a gripping Western film released on December 22, 2010. It tells the story of a determined 14-year-old farm girl who embarks on a mission to capture her father’s killer. To assist her in this dangerous pursuit, she hires the toughest U.S. Marshal she can find, a man known for his unwavering determination and resilience. Starring Jeff Bridges, Hailee Steinfeld, Matt Damon, and Josh Brolin, this movie is a thrilling tale of justice and bravery.

Cast: Jeff Bridges (Reuben J. “Rooster” Cogburn) , Hailee Steinfeld (Mattie Ross) , Matt Damon (LaBoeuf) , Josh Brolin (Tom Chaney) , Barry Pepper (“Lucky” Ned Pepper) , Domhnall Gleeson (Moon (The Kid)) , Bruce Green (Harold Parmalee) , Roy Lee Jones (Yarnell Poindexter) , Paul Rae (Emmett Quincy) , Nicholas Sadler (Repentant Condemned Man) , Dakin Matthews (Col. Stonehill) , Ed Corbin (Forrester (the Bear Man)) , Elizabeth Marvel (40-Year-Old Mattie) , Ruth Morris (40-Year-Old Mattie) , Leon Russom (Sheriff) , Jake Walker (Judge Parker) , Don Pirl (Cole Younger) , James Brolin (Frank James) , Jarlath Conroy (Undertaker) , J.K. Simmons (J. Noble Daggett (voice)) , Candyce Hinkle (Boarding House Landlady) , Peter Leung (Mr. Lee) , Joe Stevens (Cross-examining Lawyer) , David Lipman (First Lawyer) , Orlando Smart (Stableboy)

Directors: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Writers: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Charles Portis

Tags: loss of loved one, bounty hunter, based on novel or book, father murder, arkansas, texas ranger, alcoholism, betrayal, eye patch



Release Date: 2010-10-20

Genres: Drama

“Biutiful” is a captivating movie released in 2010 that tells the story of Uxbal, a tragic hero and father of two, who finds himself on a path of redemption amidst a dark and challenging reality. With an incredible performance by Javier Bardem and a compelling storyline, this film explores themes of love, forgiveness, and the struggle against an impending fate. It’s no wonder it made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of 2010!

Cast: Javier Bardem (Uxbal) , Maricel Álvarez (Marambra) , Hanaa Bouchaib (Ana) , Guillermo Estrella (Mateo) , Eduard Fernández (Tito) , Cheikh Ndiaye (Ekweme) , Diaryatou Daff (Ige) , Cheng Taishen (Hai) , Luo Jin (Liwei) , George Chibuikwem Chukwuma (Samuel) , Lang Sofia Lin (Li) , Yodian Yang (Chino Obeso) , Tuo Lin (Barman Bar Hai) , Xueheng Chen (Chino Bodega) , Xiaoyan Zhang (Jung) , Ailie Ye (Padre Hai) , Xianlin Bao (Madre Hai) , Ana Wagener (Bea) , Rubén Ochandiano (Zanc) , Karra Elejalde (Mendoza) , Nasser Saleh (Muchacho) , Tomás del Estal (Hombre de Luto) , Ángel Luis Arjona (Niño Muerto) , Dolores Echepares (Señora Funeral) , Adelfa Calvo (Mujer Grande)

Directors: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Writers: Alejandro González Iñárritu, Armando Bo, Nicolás Giacobone

Tags: barcelona, spain, immigrant, undocumented immigrant, chinese, single father

The Town

The Town

Release Date: 2010-09-15

Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller

“The Town” is a gripping crime thriller released in 2010. Starring Ben Affleck, Jeremy Renner, and Rebecca Hall, it follows the story of Doug MacRay, a clever thief who wants to leave his criminal life behind. However, things get complicated when he falls for the bank manager they kidnapped during a heist, putting his crew and himself at risk of being exposed by an FBI agent.

Cast: Ben Affleck (Doug MacRay) , Jeremy Renner (James Coughlin) , Rebecca Hall (Claire Keesey) , Jon Hamm (FBI S.A. Adam Frawley) , Blake Lively (Krista Coughlin) , Slaine (Albert “Gloansy” Magloan) , Peter Postlethwaite (Fergus “Fergie” Colm) , Owen Burke (Desmond Elden) , Titus Welliver (Dino Ciampa) , Chris Cooper (Stephen MacRay) , Dennis McLaughlin (Rusty) , Corena Chase (Agent Quinlan) , Brian Scannell (Henry) , Kerri Dunbar (Henry’s Girl) , Tony V. (Vericom Crew Chief) , Isaac Bordoy (Alex Colazzo) , Michael Yebba (Beacon G.I. Joe Driver) , Daniel Woods (BPD Sergeant at Krista’s Accident) , Jimmy Joe Maher (Inside Man at Fenway) , Mark Berglund (Young Security Guard) , Ralph Boutwell (Cashcom Guard) , Michael Romig (Cashcom Guard) , Michael Malvesti (Atlantic Truck Courier) , Jack Neary (Arnold Washton) , Ed O’Keefe (Morton Previt)

Directors: Ben Affleck

Writers: Ben Affleck, Aaron Stockard, Peter Craig, Chuck Hogan

Tags: based on novel or book, money laundering, ambulance, boston, massachusetts, massachusetts, bank manager, drug dealer, florist, flower shop, hold-up robbery, volunteer, stolen money, friends, heist, boston garden, police chase, best friend, bank robbery, car fire, fenway park



Release Date: 2010-11-23

Genres: Drama, Romance

“Burlesque” is a captivating musical film released in 2010. It tells the story of Ali, a determined young woman who leaves her troubled past behind to pursue her dreams in Los Angeles. Landing a job as a cocktail waitress at the Burlesque Lounge, she eventually takes the stage, helping restore the once-majestic theater’s former glory. With an incredible cast including Cher, Christina Aguilera, and Stanley Tucci, this movie is a must-watch for fans of inspiring stories and mesmerizing musical performances.

Cast: Cher (Tess) , Christina Aguilera (Alice “Ali” Rose) , Eric Dane (Marcus Gerber) , Cam Gigandet (Jack Miller) , Julianne Hough (Georgia) , Alan Cumming (Alexis) , Peter Gallagher (Vince Scali) , Kristen Bell (Nikki) , Stanley Tucci (Sean) , Dianna Agron (Natalie) , Glynn Turman (Harold Saint) , David Walton (Mark DJ) , Terrence Jenkins (Dave) , Chelsea Traille (Coco) , Tanee McCall (Scarlett) , JaQuel Knight (Bartender) , Allison Kyler (Dancer) , Tyne Stecklein (Jesse) , Paula Van Oppen (Anna) , Isabella Hofmann (Loretta) , James Brolin (Mr. Anderson) , Stephen Lee (Dwight) , Denise Faye (Preacher) , Baldeep Singh (Ali’s Hotel Manager) , Michael Landes (Greg)

Directors: Steve Antin

Writers: Steve Antin

Tags: musical, los angeles, california, burlesque, burlesque dancer



Release Date: 2010-03-22

Genres: Action, Crime

“Kick-Ass” is a thrilling and hilarious movie from 2010 that tells the story of Dave Lizewski, a regular high school student who decides to become a superhero, despite lacking any special abilities or training. With an amazing cast including Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Nicolas Cage, this action-packed film will keep you entertained from start to finish. Released on March 22, 2010, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 best voted movies of that year.

Cast: Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Dave Lizewski / Kick-Ass) , Chloë Grace Moretz (Mindy Macready / Hit-Girl) , Nicolas Cage (Damon Macready / Big Daddy) , Lyndsy Fonseca (Katie Deauxma) , Mark Strong (Frank D’Amico) , Deborah Twiss (Mrs. Zane) , Christopher Mintz-Plasse (Chris D’Amico / Red Mist) , Elizabeth McGovern (Mrs. Lizewski) , Omari Hardwick (Marcus) , Xander Berkeley (Detective Vic Gigante) , Garrett M. Brown (Mr. Lizewski) , Clark Duke (Marty) , Evan Peters (Todd) , Sophie Wu (Erika Cho) , Stu ‘Large’ Riley (Huge Goon) , Michael Rispoli (Big Joe) , Corey Johnson (Sporty Goon) , Kenneth Simmons (Scary Goon) , Anthony Desio (Baby Goon) , Randall Batinkoff (Tre Fernandez) , Dexter Fletcher (Cody) , Yancy Butler (Angie D’Amico) , Craig Ferguson (Himself) , Jason Flemyng (Lobby Goon) , Adrian Martinez (Ginger Goon)

Directors: Matthew Vaughn

Writers: Matthew Vaughn, Jane Goldman, Mark Millar, John Romita Jr.

Tags: crime fighter, secret identity, hero, comic book, superhero, based on comic, murder, dark comedy, mafia, family, realism, mist, adventurer, rookie, young heroes, young adult, criminal heroes, unlikely heroes, heroes, pretending to be gay

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