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Top 10 Movies of 2010Top 10 Movies of 2010 by GoldenFoxDA
With 2010 out of the way, we now come across a new year of movies. Looking back on the movies of last year though, it's never complete without going over what the best was. Now before I begin, keep in mind I have not seen all movies. Black Swan, True Grit, The Town, 127 Hours, and Let Me In are all movies that have received generally positive reviews. But because I have not seen them, I cannot list them in this category. So please don't be disappointed with what I have for it's also my opinion. So without further delay... I'm Golden Fox, giving you my countdown of the top 10 movies of 2010.
10. How to Train Your Dragon - Original Rating: 3½/5 Stars, New Rating: 4/5 Stars
As I may recall, I ended my review of this movie with a matinee rating, due to my criticisms of its generic story. Over time however, I felt I judged this movie way too hard as I discovered that there's more to a movie than just its story. Much like Avatar, How to Train Your Dagon manages to carry ev
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