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List of 2010 Drama Films

Show your “True Grit” as “The Fighter” in “The Social Network.” For “127 Hours,” wrestle with a “Black Swan” of the “Animal Kingdom.” Deliver “The King’s Speech” to “The Town” of “Shutter Island” even though “You Don’t Know Jack.” “Never Let Me Go” down the “Rabbit Hole,” because “The Kids Are All Right,” even in “Barney’s Version” of the story. “Winter’s Bone” will make for a “American” “Blue Valentine.” “Love and Other Drugs” may cause you to experience “Inception.” “Biutiful.” That’s right. That’s all of the titles in this subgenre. You’re welcome.

List Of 2010 Films

A comprehensive, cinematic guide to 2010. Our highlights were Shutter Island, Blue Valentine, Inception and The Fighter.

List Of 2010 Adventure Films

Take a cinematic quest with our list of 2010 action films. If you're after classic adventure, a troublesome journey perhaps, check out the modern western 'True Grit'.

List of 2010 Thriller Films

2010’s films will blow your mind, you will question everything about reality. Is the world upside down? Are there really two swans? Who is alive and who is dead? Good cop? Bad cop? These are the movies that you can watch 500 times and still not begin to comprehend. Better get started.

Oscar Best Picture Nominations 2010 – 2015

Although we're only halfway through the 2010s, we've already seen some fantastic pictures, including 'Birdman', '12 Years a Slave', 'Argo', and 'The Aritst'. Check out the best with this comprehensive collection of the Oscar best picture nominees from 2010- present.

'No, Seriously, They Are': Best True Story Movies (Honestly)

Usually the type of movies that start with 'based on a true story', are cheesy horror flicks about paranormal investigators; not so with these incredible true stories, that chronicle everything from daring exposes to acts of martial courage and sporting triumph.

James Franco Drama

From disgruntled rent-boy, to bling-toothed pederast, and parched spelunker, Franco can do it all. Check out this comprehensive collection of his dramatic roles. Warning: '127 Hours' is even more difficult to watch than the 2011 Oscars!

'Movies Like Red Eye': One Location Thrillers

For a neat twist on the boring old film-watching paradigm try streaming these thrillers (all focused on a single location) in multiple rooms: first the kitchen, then the cupboard, then on the stairs. You got it!

Danny Boyle Movies

British director Danny Boyle most recently enchanted audiences with feel-good modern fairy-tale 'Slumdog Millionaire', and before that collaborated with Irvine Welsh on 'Trainspotting', as well as frightening the hell out of London residents with 2002 horror masterpiece '28 Days Later'. Clearly a man who can tackle any genre with competence, our biggest question is a genuine one: what will he do next?

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