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Eagerly anticipating this week ... (30-17)

Eagerly anticipating this week ... (30-17)
Luca Guadagnino's Call Me by Your Name (2017)

12/11/2016

2010 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess [UPDATED I]

The 10 best films of the year:



1. The King's Speech - Tom Hooper + Best English Movie of the Year + Best Historical Movie of the Year 

1 Film Excess win:

Best Film 

7 Film Excess nominations:

Best Film (won) 
Best Screenplay: David Seidler (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)
Best Lead Actor: Colin Firth (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere)
Best Supporting Actor: Geoffrey Rush (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man) 
Best Supporting Actress: Helena Bonham Carter, also for Alice in Wonderland (lost to Dianne Wiest for Rabbit Hole) 
Best Director: Tom Hooper (lost to Sofia Coppola for Somewhere) 
Best Editing (lost to Somewhere) 


2. Treme S1 - Eric Ellis Overmyer, David Simon (creators) + Best New TV-series of the Year + Best New Orleans Movie/TV-series of the Year

3 Film Excess wins:

Best Original Song: The Treme Song, John Boutté
Best Music
Best TV-series

4 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actress: Khandi Alexander (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia)
Best Original Song: The Treme Song, John Boutté (won)
Best Music (won)
Best TV-series (won)



3.  Somewhere - Sofia Coppola + Best American Movie of the Year + Best Character Study of the Year 

3 Film Excess wins:

Best Actor: Stephen Dorff
Best Director: Sofia Coppola
Best Editing    

7 Film Excess nominations:

Best Film (lost to The King's Speech)
Best Actor: Stephen Dorff (won)
Best Supporting Actress: Elle Fanning (lost to Dianne Wiest for Rabbit Hole)
Best Director: Sofia Coppola (won)
Best Cinematography: Harris Savides (lost to Wally Phister for Inception)
Best Editing (won)
Best Music: Phoenix (lost to Treme S1)


4Inception - Christopher Nolan + Best Science Fiction Movie of the Year

3 Film Excess wins:

Best Screenplay: Christopher Nolan 
Best Cinematography: Wally Phister 
Best Practical Effects  

9 Film Excess nominations:

Best Film (lost to The King's Speech)

Best Screenplay: Christopher Nolan (won)

Best Director: Christopher Nolan (lost to Sofia Coppola for Somewhere)
Best Cinematography: Wally Phister (won)
Best Sound (lost to Insidious) 
Best Practical Effects (won) 
Best Digital Effects (lost to Alice in Wonderland
Best Makeup and Hair (lost to The Wolfman) 
Best Music: Hans Zimmer (lost to Treme S1) 


5. The Extra Man - Shari Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini + Best New York Movie of the Year + Best Comeback Actor of the Year: Kevin Kline

1 Film Excess win:

Best Supporting Actor: John C. Reilly 

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actor: Kevin Kline (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere)
Best Supporting Actor: John C. Reilly (won)



6Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia - Dustin Lance Black + Most Underappreciated Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess win:

Best Lead Actress: Jennifer Connelly

5 Film Excess nominations:

Best Film (lost to The King's Speech
Best Screenplay: Dustin Lance Black (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)
Best Lead Actress: Jennifer Connelly (won)
Best Supporting Actor: Barry Shabaka Henley (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man) 
Best Cinematography: Eric Alan Edwards (lost to Wally Phister for Inception


7Faster - George Tillman Jr. + Best Car Movie of the Year 

5 Film Excess nominations:

Best Screenplay: Joe Gayton, Tony Gayton (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)
Best Cinematography: Michael Grady (lost to Wally Phister for Inception)
Best Sound (lost to Insidious) 
Best Editing (lost to Somewhere
Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception) 


8. Secrets of the Tribe, documentary - José Padilha 

1 Film Excess win:

Best Documentary   

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Documentary (won)

 

9R/R: Hit First, Hit Hardest - Tobias Lindholm and Michael Noer + Best Prison Movie of the Year 

2 Film Excess nominations:
  
Best Lead Actor: Pilou Asbæk (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere)
Best Director: Tobias Lindholm, Michael Noer (lost to Sofia Coppola for Somewhere) 



10. Heartbeats/Les Amours Imaginaires - Xavier Dolan + Best Canadian Movie of the Year + Best Youth Movie of the Year + Sexiest Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Costumes: Xavier Dolan (lost to Pat Field for Sex and the City 2)

Other great films and TV-series of the year: (in alphabetical order)



Another Year - Mike Leigh + Best Dramedy of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Screenplay: Mike Leigh (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception) 
Best Lead Actress: Lesley Manville (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia



Biutiful - Alejandro Gonzáles Iñárritu + Best Spanish Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Lead Actor: Javier Bardem (lost to Stephen Dorff in Somewhere



Black Swan - Darren Aronofsky + Best Dance Movie of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actress: Natalie Portman (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia)
Best Costumes: Amy Westcott (lost to Pat Field for Sex and the City 2)  



Blue Valentine - Derek Cianfrance + Best Love Story of the Year + Sexiest Screen Couple of the Year: Ryan Gosling & Michelle Williams

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Lead Actress: Michelle Williams (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia) 



Boardwalk Empire - season 1 - Terence Winter (creator) + Best Shooting Star Actor: Michael Pitt + Best Gangster Movie/TV-series of the Year


1 Film Excess win:

Best Production Design

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Production Design (won)
Best TV-series (lost to Treme S1)


Cyrus - Jay and Mark Duplass + Best Independent Movie of the Year



Date Night - Shawn Levy + Best Comedy of the Year



Everything Must Go - Dan Rush + Best Adaptation of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Screenplay: Dan Rush (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)
Best Lead Actor: Will Ferrell, also for Megamind (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere) 


The Expendables - Sylvester Stallone + Best Action Movie of the Year + Best Ensemble of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Director: Sylvester Stallone (lost to Sofia Coppola for Somewhere)
Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception) 



GasLand - Josh Fox

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Documentary (lost to Secrets of the Tribe)


The Ghost Writer/The Ghost - Roman Polanski + Best Thriller of the Year

3 Film Excess nominations:

Best Screenplay: Robert Harris, Roman Polanski (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)
Best Music: Alexandre Desplat (lost to Treme S1)
Best Production Design: Albert Konrad (lost to Boardwalk Empire S1)



Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - Werner Herzog and Dmitry Vasyukov 

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Documentary (lost to Secrets of the Tribe)


Howl - Bob Eppstein and Jeffrey Friedman + Best Art Film of the Year + Best Poster of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Lead Actor: James Franco (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere



Jew Suss: Rise and Fall/Jud Süss – Film ohne Gewissen - Oskar Roehler + Best German Movie of the Year 

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Screenplay:  Klaus Richter, Franz Novotny, Oskar Roehler (lost to Christopher Nolan for Inception)



The Kids Are All Right - Lisa Chodolenko + Best LGBT Movie of the Year + Best Shooting Star Actress of the Year: Mia Wasikowska



Klown/Klovn - The Movie - Mikkel Nørgaard + Best Danish Movie of the Year


MacGruber - Jorma Taccone + Best Spoof Movie of the Year


Mad Men - season 4 - Matthew Weiner (creator) + Best Continued TV-series of the Year

1 Film Excess win:

Best Child Actor: Kiernan Shipka  

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Child Actor: Kiernan Shipka (won)
Best TV-series (lost to Treme S1)




Megamind - Tom McGrath + Best Family Movie of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actor: Will Ferrell, also for Everything Must Go (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere)
Best Animation (lost to Toy Story 3)


Nothing's All Bad/Smukke Mennesker - Mikkel Munch-Fals + Best Debut Movie of the Year 


Rabbit Hole - John Cameron Mitchell + Best Drama of the Year

1 Film Excess win:

Best Supporting Actress: Dianne Wiest

5 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actor: Aaron Eckhart (lost to Stephen Dorff for Somewhere)
Best Lead Actress: Nicole Kidman (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia)
Best Supporting Actress: Dianne Wiest (won)
Best Supporting Actress:Sandra Oh
Best Director: John Cameron Mitchell (lost to Sofia Coppola for Somewhere)


Toy Story 3 - Lee Unkrich

1 Film Excess win:

Best Animation 

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Animation (won)

Good films of the year: (in alphabetical order)



Alice in Wonderland - Tim Burton + Best Blockbuster of the Year + Best Shooting Star Actress of the Year: Mia Wasikowska 

1 Film Excess win:

Best Digital Effects  

5 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actress: Mia Wasikowska (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia)
Best Supporting Actress: Helena Bonham Carter, also for The King's Speech (lost to Dianne Wiest for Rabbit Hole)
Best Costumes: Colleen Atwood (lost to Pat Field for Sex and the City 2
Best Digital Effects (won) 
Best Makeup and Hair (lost to The Wolfman)
  

 Animal Kingdom - David Michôd + Best Australian Movie of the Year



Burlesque - Steve Antin + Best Music Movie of the Year + Best Comeback Actress of the Year: Cher

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Song: You Haven't Seen the Last of Me - Diane Warren, performed by Cher (lost to The Treme Song - John Boutté for Treme S1) 



Clash of the Titans - Louis Leterrier + Best Peplum Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Digital Effects (lost to Alice in Wonderland



The Debt - John Madden



Despicable Me - Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud + Best New Franchise of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Animation (lost to Toy Story 3



Dinner for Schmucks/Dinner with Schmucks - Jay Roach + Best Remake of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Supporting Actor: Zach Galifianakis (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man) 



Don't Be Afraid of the Dark - Troy Nixen



Dream Home/維多利亞壹號/维多利亚壹号 (Wai Dor Lei Ah Yut Ho) - Ho-Cheung Pang + Best Hong Kong Movie of the Year + Best Gore Movie of the Year + Craziest Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception)



Due Date - Todd Phillips



Fair Game - Doug Liman + Best Political Movie of the Year



The Fighter - David O. Russell + Best Boxing Movie of the Year



Greenberg - Noah Baumbach + Best Los Angeles Movie of the Year



 How to Train Your Dragon - Dean DeBlois and Chris Sanders + Best 3D Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Animation (lost to Toy Story 3



I Saw the Devil/악마를 보았다/惡魔를 보았다 (Agmareul boatda)  - Kim Jee-Woon + Best Korean Movie of the Year + Best Revenge Movie of the Year + Most Violent Movie of the Year 

3 Film Excess nominations:

Best Cinematography:  Mo-gae Lee (lost to Wally Phister for Inception)
Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception)
Best Music: Mowg (lost to Treme S1)



I Spit on Your Grave - Steven R. Monroe + Best Rape-and-Revenge Movie of the Year



In a Better World/Hævnen - Susanne Bier

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Child Actor: William Jønkh Nielsen, Markus Rygaard (lost to Kiernan Shipka for Mad Men S4)



Insidious - James Wan + Best Horror Movie of the Year + Best Mega-hit of the Year

1 Film Excess win:

Best Sound 

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Sound (won)


Iron Man 2 - Jon Favreau + Best Superhero Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Sound (lost to Insidious


Monsters - Gareth Edwards + Best Monster Movie of the Year + Best Low-Budget Movie of the Year

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Lead Actress: Whitney Able (lost to Jennifer Connelly for Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia)
Best Digital Effects (lost to Alice in Wonderland) 


Morning Glory - Roger Mitchell

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Supporting Actor: Harrison Ford (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man


Norwegian Wood/ノルウェイの森 (Noruwei no mori) - Tran Anh Hung + Best Japanese Movie of the Year


Piranha 3D - Alexandre Aja + Best Sexploitation Movie of the Year


Predators - Nimród Antal

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Cinematography: Gyula Pados (lost to Wally Phister for Inception)
Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception) 



Robin Hood - Ridley Scott + Most Expensive Flop of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Production Design: Arthur Max (lost to Boardwalk Empire S1) 


Sex and the City 2 - Michael Patrick King

1 Film Excess win:

Best Costumes: Pat Field  

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Costumes: Pat Field (won)


Submarino - Thomas Vinterberg + Best Copenhagen Movie of the Year

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Child Actor: Gustav Fischer Kjærulff, Sebastian Bull Sarning, Mads Broe Andersen (lost to Kiernan Shipka for Mad Men S4) 


 Trollhunter/Trolljegeren/Troll Hunter/The Troll Hunter - André Øvredal + Best Norwegian Movie of the Year + Best Found Footage Movie of the Year


Tron: Legacy - Joseph Kosinski

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Digital Effects (lost to Alice in Wonderland


Truth About Men/Sandheden om Mænd - Nikolaj Arcel 


Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps/Wall Street 2/Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps - Oliver Stone

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Cinematography: Rodrigo Prieto (lost to Wally Phister for Inception)
Best Music: Craig Armstrong (lost to Treme S1) 


Winter's Bone - Debra Granik 


The Wolfman - Joe Johnston + Best London Movie of the Year + Best Werewolf Movie of the Year


1 Film Excess win:

Best Makeup and Hair 

3 Film Excess nominations:

Best Supporting Actor: Anthony Hopkins (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man)
Best Practical Effects (lost to Inception)
Best Makeup and Hair (won)

The 10 worst films of the year:


1. Paranormal Activity 2 - Tod Williams




2. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World - Edgar Wright



3Legion - Scott Stewart
 

4. The Crazies  - Breck Eisner + Worst Poster of the Year



5The Killer Inside Me - Michael Winterbottom 

2 Film Excess nominations:

Best Child Actor: Liam Aiken (lost to Kiernan Shipka for Mad Men S4)
Best Production Design: Rob Simons, Mark Tildesley (lost to Boardwalk Empire S1)



6I'm Still Here - Casey Affleck



7Incendies - Denis Villeneuve + Most Overrated Movie of the Year



8Gulliver's Travels - Rob Letterman



9A Nightmare on Elm Street - Samuel Bayer



10Le Quattro Volte - Michaelangelo Frammartino

Other mediocre or poor movies of the year: (in alphabetical order)

127 Hours
A Family/En Familie
The American
Beginners
Charlie St. Cloud
Cop Out
The Experiment
Get Him to the Greek
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1
Hesher

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Child Actor: Devin Brochu (lost to Kiernan Shipka for Mad Men S4) 

Julia's Eyes/Los Ojos de Julia
Kick-Ass  + Most Tasteless Movie of the Year
Knight and Day
Meeting Spencer 
Miral 
My Soul to Take 
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time

1 Film Excess nomination:

Best Supporting Actor: Alfred Molina (lost to John C. Reilly for The Extra Man) 

RED
Shutter Island  
The Social Network 
The Town 
The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
Unstoppable 
The Way Back 

[99 titles in total]

Commentary:

2010's best films are lead by Tom Hooper's broadly appealing historical drama The King's Speech. It is followed by a new entry on this first updated list of the year, the first season of David Simon and Eric Ellis Overmyer's humanistic, musical New Orleans-set gift, Treme. Sofia Coppola has made her best film yet in Somewhere, and she joins the master rank with Christopher Nolan with his mind-bending Inception. Shari-Springer Berman & Robert Pulcini's priceless The Extra Man, Dustin Lance Black's little seen Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia George Tillman Jr.'s action car movie Faster and José Padilha's anthropology-investigating documentary Secrets of the Tribe are the year's other masterpieces (8 located so far.) Tobias Lindholm and Michael Noer's prison thriller R and Xavier Dolan's sexy menage-a-trois drama Heartbeats round off the top 10. Great movies The Ghost Writer, Rabbit Hole and MacGruber leave the top 10 at this point.

The year begat new, strong franchises Despicable Me, How to Train Your Dragon and The Expendables; the wonderful Allen Ginsberg-biopic Howl, new major TV-series Boardwalk Empire and many other great new titles. A couple of wild, crazy movies came out of Asia: Dream Home and I Saw the Devil. Noah Baumbach returned with wry, moody Greenberg, while James Wan scared us silly with Insidious and Gareth Edwards debuted auspiciously with the original Monsters. Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland was strange and wonderful and had audiences flocking, just as Lee Unkrich's great Toy Story 3 did, while Ridley Scott's Robin Hood was also good but hopelessly neglected by the public, - if seen up against its huge budget, - resulting in the year's costliest flop, going upwards of 150 mil. $. Oliver Stone returned with a good sequel to Wall Street more than 20 years after that film; we got a new cool Wolfman film, and a maligned but fun Sex and the City 2. - As well as a great Danish dramedy, Nothing's All Bad, a Norwegian troll movie, Troll Hunter, a small crime drama that marks the arrival of Jennifer Lawrence, Winter's Bone and many other fine films.
 
Paranormal Activity 2 takes the cake as the year's worst film, an aggressively unlikable sequel. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, newly added, is an awful martial arts youth picture. They are followed up by similarly dour genre mates Legion and The Crazies. Michael Winterbottom's The Killer Inside Me rocked high unpleasantness and little to redeem it on any other front. Casey Affleck - the film's star - had an all-around bad year, which he also spent involved in the 6th worst film, the unbearable, narcissistic mockumentary I'm Still Here, starring his friend Joaquin Phoenix. The worst of 2010 also includes Denis Villeneuve's acclaimed but awful Incendies, Jack Black's turn in Rob Letterman's moronic Gulliver's Travels, an insipid remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street, and a vacuous Italian art movie about the seasons turning and goats, Le Quattro Volte. Bruce Willis had a small part in Sylvester Stallone's refreshing Expendables, but also headed two brain-dead duds of 2010 in RED and Cop Out, as well as appearing as himself in super-dud I'm Still Here.

Added on these lists (for the first time in the blog's history) are, besides honors, awards given in 21 categories with a maximum of 10 nominated for each category. The categories are an improved version of the Oscar categories which discriminates less between nations or genres than at the Oscars and also recognize TV-series and child actors. Other differences are that there's no distinction between 'adapted' and 'original' screenplays, - but there are different categories for practical and digital effects. There is also just one sound category, and no short film categories.
The Film Excess award winners of 2010, rounded up, are The King's Speech (Best Film), Inception (Best Screenplay (Christopher Nolan), Best Cinematography (Wally Phister), Best Practical Effects), Somewhere (Best Lead Actor (Stephen Dorff), Best Director (Sofia Coppola), Best Editing), Virginia/What's Wrong with Virginia (Best Lead Actress (Jennifer Connelly)), The Extra Man (Best Supporting Actor (John C. Reilly)), Rabbit Hole (Best Supporting Actress (Dianne Wiest)), Mad Men S4 (Best Child Actor (Kiernan Shipka)), Sex and the City 2 (Best Costumes (Pat Field)), Insidious (Best Sound), Alice in Wonderland (Best Digital Effects), The Wolfman (Best Makeup and Hair), Treme S1 (Best Original Song (The Treme Song, John Boutté), Best Music, Best TV-series), Toy Story 3 (Best Animation), Secrets of the Tribe (Best Documentary) and Boardwalk Empire S1 (Best Production Design).

On the list of great directors who underwhelmed to varying degrees in 2010, we find such forces as Danny Boyle (127 Hours), Pernille Fischer Christensen (A Family), Anton Corbijn (The American), Burr Steers (Charlie St. Cloud), Nicholas Stoller (Get Him to the Greek), James Mangold (Knight and Day), Julian Schnabel (Miral), Wes Craven (My Soul to Take), Mike Newell (Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time), Martin Scorsese (Shutter Island), David Fincher (The Social Network), David Spade (The Twilight Saga: Eclipse), Tony Scott (Unstoppable) and Peter Weir (The Way Back). Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 and The Twilight Saga: Eclipse were two huge success movies that both aren't very good.
A few of the major stars who, on the other hand, had very good years include James Franco (mediocre but highly successful 127 Hours, great Date Night and Howl, awful Oscar hosting job aside), Guy Pearce (Animal Kingdom, Don't Be Afraid of the Dark, The King's Speech), Steve Carell (Date Night, Dinner for Schmucks, Despicable Me), Sarah Jessica Parker, who reportedly made 45 mil. $ on Sex and the City 2, and the year's shooting star actress Mia Wasikowska (The Kids Are All Right, Alice in Wonderland).

The 2011 Oscars:

Hosting for their first (and likely last) time were James Franco and Anne Hathaway, who were, in short, terrible, the former seeming high through most of the broadcast, and the latter painfully stuck with a disengaged partner and unfunny material.
The biggest winners were The King's Speech and Inception, both winning four awards:
King's Speech won Best Film, Director (Tom Hooper), Actor (Colin Firth) and Original Screenplay (David Seidler). Inception won Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Cinematography (Wally Phister) and Visual Effects. Natalie Portman won Best Actress (Black Swan), Christian Bale and Melissa Leo won Best Supporting Actor/Actress for The Fighter and Aaron Sorkin won Best Adapted Screenplay for The Social Network. Toy Story 3 won Best Animation, Inside Job Best Documentary and Susanne Bier's In a Better World won Best Foreign Film for Denmark. The short film Oscars went to Strangers No More (short doc.), God of Love (live-action short) and The Lost Thing (animated short). Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross won Best Score for Social Network, which also took Best Editing, and Toy Story 3 and Randy Newman won Best Song for We Belong Together. Alice in Wonderland won Best Art Direction and Costumes, and The Wolfman won Best Makeup.
Honorary Oscars went to Kevin Brownlow, Jean-Luc Godard, Eli Wallach and Francis Ford Coppola

2010 titles still on the watchlist:

Into Eternity: A Film for the Future, Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, Inside Job, Tiny Furniture, Chico & Rita, Old Cats, A Cat in Paris, Tangled, Country Strong, Hereafter, The Tempest, Outside the Law, Barney's Version, The Illusionist, Restrepo, Exit Through the Giftshop, Waste Land

Previous annual lists:
  

2015 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess
2014 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess [UPDATED I]  

2014 in films - according to Film Excess
2013 in films - according to Film Excess [UPDATED II]
2013 in films - according to Film Excess [UPDATED I] 
2013 in films - according to Film Excess
2012 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess [UPDATED II]
2012 in films - according to Film Excess [UPDATED I]
2012 in films - according to Film Excess
2011 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess [UPDATED I]
2011 in films - according to Film Excess

2010 in films and TV-series - according to Film Excess 

What do you think of the 2010 lists?
What did Film Excess get truly right and awfully wrong?
Any 2010 title/s that need to go on the watchlist?

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