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1. Toy Story 3: The best movie of the year was Pixar’s tribute to the power of imagination and story-telling, even after you grow up. The first five minutes are one of the most joyous ever put on screen, the moment when the toys hold hands one of the most touching, and the end just, simply, heart-wrenchingly, perfect.
2. The Social Network: An absorbing story, brilliantly scripted and performed that illuminates the way its moment — and ours — re-interprets the need for connection and meaning.
3. The Fighter: Two of the best performances of the year by Melissa Leo and Christian Bale and stunning work from director David O. Russell make this real-life story of welterweight champion Micky Ward and his brother Dickie electrifying.
4. The King’s Speech
5. True Grit
6. How to Train Your Dragon
7. Exit Through the Gift Shop
8. Inception
9. Fair Game
10. Inside Job
Honorable Mention: Love and Other Drugs, The Kids Are All Right, Shutter Island, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, The Illusionist, How Do You Know, Black Swan, Blue Valentine, 127 Hours, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Catfish, Tiny Furniture, A Film Unfinished, Casino Jack and the United States of Money, The Other Guys, Four Lions, Rabbit Hole, Waiting for ‘Superman,’ Secretariat, The Tempest
The Top 10 for Families:
1. Toy Story 3
2. How to Train Your Dragon
3. Despicable Me
4. Beezus and Ramona
5. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
6. Megamind
7. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
8. Tangled
9. Diary of a Wimpy Kid
10. Shrek Forever After
Hall of Shame
Furry Vengeance
The Virginity Hit
Gulliver’s Travels
Alpha and Omega
Dinner for Schmucks
I’m Still Here
The Last Airbender

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