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American Film Institute Announces their Top 10 Movies of 2010

Toy Story 3, The Social Network and Inception made it to the American Film Institute's Top 10 Movies of 2010 list.

In no particular order, AFI’s Top 10 Films of 2010 are:

127 Hours

Toy Story 3

The Social Network

Inception

The other films in the top 10 list are:

Black Swan

The Fighter

The Kids Are Alright

The Town

True Grit

Winter’s Bone

This top 10 list were chosen by a 13-member panel including director Lee Daniels, writer Diablo Cody and critics Leonard Maltin, Claudia Puig and Lisa Schwarzbaum.

9 Comments on American Film Institute Announces their Top 10 Movies of 2010

  1. bakit wala ang Harry Potter dito? galit ba sila sa mga box office hit na movies? hahaha, maganda naman yung movie, balanced ang lahat at the best ang adaptation from book to movies. oh well, most movie critics doesnt like fantasy genre’s! sobrang overrated naman ng the town at the social network.

  2. To all those using this thread for their network war: Kindly leave us alone. You have your own place. Please spare us this. Thank you.

  3. ganun talaga pag sa squatter at GMA fans ka! BOBO AT UTO UTO…. nahalata tuloy hahahahaha..

    hint… teka lang… napapansin kong parang itong baklang si Flo dito lang sa Starmo nakatira hahahaha… pwde mo namang i google yan FLO.. hahahahaha! baklitang BOBO! baka pati kahoy na nilagyang lang ng dalawang kamatis papatusin ng Baklitang BOBO AT UTO UTONG ITO! hahahahahaha..

    Kaawa awang mga Nilalang!

  4. hahaha taammaahh!

  5. pang skwater ksi ang level mo hindi Hollywood . sinehan lng s recto ang npapasok mo hahahahahahahahaahaaaaaa…………

  6. kasi naman ang alam mo lang mga FLOP na regal films movies na CO-PRODUCED by gma films! hahahahahahahahahahahaha!

  7. 10 na rin ang nominees sa oscars. pero since afi only recognizes american movies, expect the king’s speech to bump a title from this list (hopefully inception which i’m not a fan of).

    go TSN!

  8. neverheard ung iba

  9. i think toy story, inception, black swan, the winter;s bone and 127 hours will compete for best picture in academy awards

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