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Ann Hornaday's Best Films of 2010

There are great years in movies and bad years in movies, and by all accounts 2010 has been ... pretty good. As often happens when looking at the films that opened over the past several months, it wasn't difficult to come up with a list of the ten best. If anything, in a year that included such stand-outs as "Rabbit Hole," "True Grit," "The King?s Speech," "Black Swan," "Get Low," "The Fighter" and "Toy Story 3," it was difficult choosing what to leave off. These are my ten best films of 2010:

 
 

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1. "The Social Network" -- This sharply written, subtly directed movie featured a lead performance as commanding as it was recessive from Jesse Eisenberg, left, as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, a suitably ambiguous hero for an era when privacy, notions of personal vs. public space and relationships themselves have undergone radical re-thinking.


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Ann Hornaday's Best Films of 2010
Photos | There are great years in movies and bad years in movies, and by all accounts 2010 has been ... pretty good. As often happens when looking at the films that opened over the past several months, it wasn't difficult to come up with a list of the ten best. If anything, in a year that included such stand-outs as "Rabbit Hole," "True Grit," "The King's Speech," "Black Swan," "Get Low," "The Fighter" and "Toy Story 3," it was difficult choosing what to leave off. These are my ten best films of 2010:
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