Best Movies Released in 2010

Among all the movies made in 2010 some of the most attention was giving to Black Swan, Inception and The Social Network. Two animated films, Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderful, became the biggest commercial success. The top list presented here is however not based on any commercial factor. It must also be said that it impossible to include all movies made all over the world in one year. Therefore you should see these picks as modest suggestions to watch from the filmmaking of 2010.

screenshot The Kids Are All Right

The list

6. Of Gods And Men (Des Hommes Et Des Dieux)
A group of French monks are residing in Algerian, helping the local people. After terrorist group become present not far away they must decide if they going to stay or leave. Based on a true story from occurrences of the Algerian Civil War.
Director: Xavier Beauvois

5. The Town
The Town are very closed related to Heat (1995) and could almost be called a remake. But that doesn't stop it from being a great movie which elaborates the plot to a novelty in some degrees. The story is taking part in Charlestown in Boston, a place that according to the movie has produced more bank robbers than anywhere else.
Director: Ben Affleck

4. Solitary Man
Ben Kalman (Michael Douglas) is not young and successful anymore, but he refuses to not letting his remaining charm work for him against the opposite sex. The movie is about much more and show that a great actor Michael Douglas is.
Director: Brian Koppelman and David Levien

3. The Ghost Writer
A ghost writer is hired to complete the memoirs of the earlier British prime minister, but is pulled into political affairs. Soon he finds details that seem to indicate that the former ghost writer did not die because of suicide as told by the official explanation. Roman Polanski gives this thriller class and avoids frightening us with standard effects.
Director: Roman Polanski

2. The Kids Are All Right
The son and daughter who live with lesbian mothers decide to contact their sperm doctor and it leads to a quivering experience for the whole family. This is a superb relation drama and was one of the most captivating movies in the year of 2010.
Director: Lisa Cholodenko

1. The Social Network
Jessie Eisenberg makes a tremendous portrait as the Facebook grounder Mark Zuckerberg. The Social Network may break free from the authentic history of Facebook, but it is nevertheless a very fascinating story that gives life to a subject matter which is not unproblematic to adapt to a movie script.
Director: David Fincher

Other sources for your interest

Highest ranked movie of 2010 on
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The pick of the year by the film magazine Empire:
(directed by Christopher Nolan)

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