Brief Film Reviews: My Top 10 Films of 2009
In this special episode of Brief Film Reviews
, That Fellow In The Coat counts down his picks for the best films of the year.
Date And Time: 2011-07-02 04:06:20Comment:
I really hate avatar. I like the princess and the frog a lot but not as much as ta- fuck it, REPUNZEL!!!!!!!! My favorite movie of 2009 is Sherlock Holmes, which is one of my favorite movies now. Another of my favs of all time is up. I saw that one 3 times in the theater, which I hadn't done since finding nemo!
Date And Time: 2010-10-07 13:13:27Comment:
2.Princess and the Frog
6.Where the Wild Things are
9.Fantastic Mr. Fox & Coraline
Date And Time: 2010-04-20 22:17:35Comment:
"Ponyo" looks interesting, but I haven't seen a Studio Ghibli film since "Spirited Away" because quite frankly, it scared the crap out of me. Thank you for making "The Princess and the Frog" your #1 pick, I saw it twice in theaters and bought the DVD as soon as it came out.
Name: Robert Larsson
Date And Time: 2010-01-25 01:34:20Comment:
Even if I like going on cinema, I have not seen so many good movies thise year but here is my list.
4:Transformers revenge of the fallen.
5:Ice Age 3.
As you can see thise has bee a beter movie year for you than for me. "The Princess & the frog" has not come to sweden yet but I will tell you what I think about it when I seen it.
Date And Time: 2010-01-12 07:28:52Comment:
My thoughts on each: The Princess and the Frog - again a decent pick, but as with Up it didn't quite reach me on a personal level and the songs should've been more Motown-esque I think. Avatar - I had almost astronomical expectations for this, and they were met. Cameron has made the finest SF film since The Matrix with this masterpiece. Inglourious Basterds - a great big, super-fun, playful, superbly directed, scripted and acted war epic as only QT could pull off. Up - very good, but I really think it's lesser Pixar myself. I really didn't emotionally connect with it as much as I wanted to. Star Trek - very good, but it didn't quite make me a convert (I'm totally in the Star Wars camp myself). Where the Wild Things Are - probably the best family film since The Lion King. I was profoundly affected by this film, so much so that Avatar only BARELY beats it to first place for me. This is much too low, man. Funny People - good, but overlong and though it certainly is a little more mature, I don't quite think it quite achieves the balance of hilarious comedy and sweetness that Knocked Up and The 40 Year Old Virgin had. I'm seeing Up in the Air on Thursday, I want to see Ponyo and I have no desire whatsoever to see Whip It.
Date And Time: 2010-01-10 00:21:10Comment:
I would of put Avatar as #1, Up #2 and Princess And The Frog #3.
But that is just me
Date And Time: 2010-01-09 17:42:45Comment:
Agree in full with your list. Are you going to do one with the films you think it should be nominated to the different Oscar's categories and why?