The Top Ten Movies of 2010

127 Hours

No. 5. 127 Hours

Danny Boyle’s last movie was Slumdog Millionaire. Heard of it? Yeah, so that’s why we’re surprised his follow-up, 127 Hours, hasn’t gotten more play. James Franco turns in what could be an Oscar-winning performance as a young man who finds himself literally trapped between a rock and a hard place, but it’s Boyle’s amazing use of colors and music that keep audiences engaged.

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By Erik Samdahl
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  • phyllis hartt

    I think you missed the top picture in my book of 2010 It was Get low with Robert Duvall I hope you have seen it . Good luck and hi to Karen Phyllis

  • Hi Phyllis,

    Good to hear from you! I actually haven’t seen “Get Low” yet – didn’t catch it in theaters and it doesn’t come out on DVD (or at least on Netflix) until 2/22 – but it’s at the top my queue to check out.


  • Austin

    Good, but you missed two: “Kick-A**” and “The Book of Eli”

  • Kick-Ass I really enjoyed, but it didn’t quite make the cut. The Book of Eli I thought was OK until it fell apart near the end.