Quentin’s Favorite Movies of 2010

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  1. I liked The Social Network a lot also…

  2. Richardfinlayframe says:

    Enter The Void and Black Swan are two of the best I’ve seen in the last year. Loved The Social Network, The Town, Cyrus, Kick Ass, The Kings Speech, Toy Story 3 and Jackass 3D (it would be a better viewing experience if it wasn’t in 3D, however). Robin Hood, Knight & Day, Get Him To The Greek and Greenberg were fairly mediocre films.

  3. I’m not surprised that Toy Story 3 is his favorite. It’s one of my favorite movies of 2010 also.

  4. 534hfgjdd says:

    lucky number seven ;)

  5. 534hfgjdd says:

    allmost forget… THANK YOU

  6. Mentaer says:

    Did Tarantino and Nolan had a fight? I mean it’s all matter of taste… but movie lover QT loved Robin Hood more than Inception??? This is strange!

    • god says:

      is it strange to dislike bad pictures from demagogic directors?

      • Drew says:

        No, it’s strange that he liked worse pictures from even worse directors…. Knight and Day? Jack-Ass 3D topped Inception? You’ve got to be kidding me.

      • Rick says:

        James Mangold isn’t what I would call a bad director. He’s quite accomplished actually. Jackass 3D also had brilliant use of 3D. It was also screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

  7. ThaCrip says:

    My Top 5 of 2010…

    1.Edge of Darkness (9/10)
    2.Kick-Ass (8/10)
    3.True Grit (8/10)
    -.The Town (8/10)
    -.The American (8/10)

    those are my 5 stand out films of 2010 out of the current 37 total i seen. i gave 20 a Thumbs Up and 17 a Thumbs Down.

    so while there’s some films i still need to see i doubt my Top 5 is going to change at this point so that’s pretty much a lock for my Top5 ;)

  8. luiznando says:

    Scott Pilgrim no ?

  9. DaftLuis says:

    no Tron: Legacy? it had one of the best soundtracks of the year.

  10. Charlie says:

    1. Toy Story 3
    2. The Social Network
    3. Inception
    4. 127 Hours
    5. Black Swan
    6. Kick-Ass
    7. True Grit
    8. Tangled
    9. The Fighter
    10. The Town

    Runners up: (In no order) Frozen, Catfish, Exit Through The Gift Shop, The Kids Are All Right, Jackass 3D, How To Train Your Dragon and Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

    I still need to see is The King’s Speech!

    • derk says:

      i’m glad someone mentioned exit through the gift shop, its probably in my top 3 favorite movies of that year. 

  11. Charlie says:

    I thought that Knight and Day & Get Him To The Greek were just fine, not anywhere near my top 20 and I just didn’t like Greenberg. I’m surprised Inception isn’t in here, I would’ve thought QT would like it

  12. Charlie says:

    I thought that Knight and Day & Get Him To The Greek were just fine, not anywhere near my top 20 and I just didn’t like Greenberg. I’m surprised Inception isn’t in here, I would’ve thought QT would like it

  13. Mark Walters says:

    Quentin, brutha, I thought I was the only one out there who liked KNIGHT AND DAY. I found it to be a fun summer movie, like going on a big mindless ride. Not sure why it gets so much hate. Then again I kind of liked ROBIN HOOD too, and that gets no respect either.

  14. Greger says:

    No Macete?!

  15. andrew says:

    Toy Story 3?

    That’s just dumb.

  16. Danny Rockets says:

    Did you miss out on Inception, or am I dreaming where the best film of 2010 is missing from this list?

  17. robb rodriguez says:

    1. Four Lions
    2. Inception
    3. Toy Story 3
    4. Buried
    5. Greenberg
    6. Monsters
    7. Catfish
    8. Cemetery Junction
    9. Kick Ass
    10. The A-Team

  18. Fraser says:

    Thank God he hasn’t put Inception in there! xD

    • Mak says:

      Now you don’t have to give your own personal prejudices just because Inception went over your head. 9/10 people will consider you wrong, yes probably it is your choice so I will not give my premature evaluation, though you should keep your premature evaluation to yourself…….

      • WTF? Its his opinion that Inception was a shitty movie, who the hell are you to tell him to keep that to himself? Does it offend you that someone disagrees with you? Why do you have to fall back on the tired “oh, a lot of people liked it, it must be good” crap?

      • Guest says:

        Oh yeah because Knight and Day and Get him to the Greek deserved to be on there more than Inception. Please.

      • Baikeru says:

        Anyone who says Inception wasn’t good is obviously a troll!

      • TDKR says:

        It’s not our fault you and Fraser don’t understand the concept of Inception. Since you are on this site, I take it you like Tarantino, I applaud that. You should maybe fully understand the movie before you make a judgment, if you need to ask questions people who actually use their brain have answers. I bet you don’t understand the concept at all, and will try to give us some bull plot hole. I’ve looked to see if there is plot holes, everyone on the internet that post a “plot hole” for Inception, don’t fully understand.

  19. Fraser says:

    Thank God he hasn’t put Inception in there! xD

  20. El Doctore says:

    This must be a joke or a fake. How could 127 Hours not be on this list?

  21. El Doctore says:

    This must be a joke or a fake. How could 127 Hours not be on this list?

  22. Ryan says:

    No Scott Pilgrim?

    • Dave says:

      hey man its his opinion some ppl enjoy comedys more then others maybe he likes comedys alot instead of watching serious films like inception all the time. you know laugh a little?

      • common sense says:

        Inception a serious film? It is just eye candy.

      • Dave says:

        yea because when i watched inception i was just laughing and smiling the whole through just like a comedy! im being sarcastic i was just using that film as an example. you saying inception isnt a serious film its just eye candy haha what does that even mean? i dident see any clowns in it or punch lines so there for it is a serious film. if u wanna call it “just eye candy” because it has amazing special effects whatever man u just make yourself look like a fool

      • common sense says:

        ‘Just eye candy’ means I did not find anything intellectually interesting or emotionally compelling in the film.

    • Djvalis says:

      no because that  movie kind of sucked

  23. Ryan says:

    Maybe because he is friends with Edgar?

  24. Jon says:

    Inception is conspicuous by its absence. One can’t even pretend Nolan didn’t put it there becayse it’s a bad film, given the inclusion of others on the list.

  25. Tjagolf33 says:

    I’ve been waiting for his list all year with the awesome stuff that’s come out in 2010, and I must say this was really disappointing :(. I mean, to each his own, but usually I find myself liking the same movies and I can’t say that for this list. Though I haven’t seen 127 hours, the King’s Speech, nor I Saw the Devil (which I presume would otherwise make my list), my top 20 for this year are as follows:

    1. Kick-Ass
    2. True Grit
    3. Black Swan
    4. Buried
    5. Mother (Bong Joon-ho)
    6. The Good, the Bad, the Weird (Kim Ji-Woon)
    7. The Social Network
    8. Inception
    9. The Book of Eli
    10. Shutter Island
    11. The Last Exorcist
    12. The Town
    13. The Fighter
    14. Frozen
    15. The A-Team
    16. Thirst (Park Chan-Wook)
    17. Unstoppable
    18. Paranormal Activity 2
    19. From Paris With Love
    20. The Crazies

    BTW, I’m basing the foreign ones off of their American release date.

  26. Tjagolf33 says:

    Oh and surprised by all the animated flicks he chose!

  27. Ben says:

    QT is crap. Hence why inception wasn’t on there. Too original for him to fathom.

    • Bcjohnson1988 says:

      Have you ever seen a movie? Like, any movie?

    • Nerdy20 says:

      How was Inception original? That movie wasn’t original at all.. Movies like The Matrix and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind dealt with those subjects way more succesfully. It’s also very silly to say that the director/writer of Pulp Fiction, Natural born Killers and Reservoir Dogs is unoriginal… Anyway, I didn’t care much for Inception, but I do think that it deserves a spot on the list, only because 2010 was a shitty year for movies and some of the movies on QT’s list are not very good.

      • Guest says:

        “The Matrix and Eternal Sunshie of the Spotless Mind? What subject are you talking about? Clearly you did not understand the subject of Inception.

      • Michael says:

        “It’s also very silly to say that the director/writer of Pulp Fiction, Natural born Killers and Reservoir Dogs is unoriginal…”

        Funny, because I thought he got a lot of his themes and characteristics for these films from the French New Wave and crime flicks… I guess I was wrong.

        Tarantino isn’t original, but that’s what makes him fun! He nicked a lot, and I mean a lot, of stuff from Jean-Luc Godard, but it’s alright because he’s open about it, which is the reason I respect him.

        No theme or idea is truly original anymore. Joseph Campbell’s book “Hero With a Thousand Faces” proves it. If you have one, by all means write it and make it, but until then get off your high horse and just watch and enjoy, man.

      • Qwerty6517 says:

        Just out of curiosity, what exactly do you call an original film?

  28. Arkabbot says:

    I M SURPRISED THAT QT DIDNT PUT WINTER’S BONE CAUSE THAT WAS TOTALLY LIKE QT MOVIE….AS FOR INCEPTION THAT WAS CLASS BUT NOT WHAT QT LIKES…

  29. A_trin3 says:

    I loved Robin Hood ! Politic issues ! Great !

  30. Dana Hunter says:

    I am surprised by all of the animation films… hmm.

  31. Forsaken1304 says:

    what about scott pilgrim vs the world

  32. neoloki says:

    I am sorry but all those film lovers who put Kick-Ass on their lists but skip Scott Pilgram really need to rethink why they are watching movies in the first place.

    • Lol says:

      Yeah because that’s up to you to decide… dickhead

      • neoloki says:

        Since it is my opinion it is up to me to decide, plus my middle name is Richard so yes you are right.
        Kick-Ass would have been great if they would have cut the main character was cut out and it simply focused on the father and daughter super heroes. The romance aspect was obvious and stereotypical.

      • Rick says:

        It’s not a case of one or the other really. They aren’t similar films. A lot of people feel that Scott Pilgrim was empty despite all the special effects and laughs. Kick-Ass was a more character-based story. I can see how people could like Kick-Ass and not Scott Pilgrim. I personally liked both.

    • Meg says:

      Kick ass was way better then Scott Pilgram

    • Cynthia says:

      Maybe because Kick Ass is more watchable than Scott Pilgrim

  33. John says:

    Pretty eccentric list, typical for him. I agree with most of his Top 11, but I wonder The Kids Are All Right and The Fighter are just runner-ups. It would be cool if Scott Pilgrim was in there too but he must have seen a lot more films this year than I did.

    My Top 10:

    1. The Social Network
    2. True Grit
    3. Restrepo
    4. Greenberg
    5. Scott Pilgrim
    6. King’s Speech
    7. The Fighter
    8. The Kids Are All Right
    9. The Town
    10. Toy Story 3

    Just missed the list: The Ghost Writer, 127 Hours, Shutter Island, Youth in Revolt, Cyrus

  34. John says:

    Pretty eccentric list, typical for him. I agree with most of his Top 11, but I wonder The Kids Are All Right and The Fighter are just runner-ups. It would be cool if Scott Pilgrim was in there too but he must have seen a lot more films this year than I did.

    My Top 10:

    1. The Social Network
    2. True Grit
    3. Restrepo
    4. Greenberg
    5. Scott Pilgrim
    6. King’s Speech
    7. The Fighter
    8. The Kids Are All Right
    9. The Town
    10. Toy Story 3

    Just missed the list: The Ghost Writer, 127 Hours, Shutter Island, Youth in Revolt, Cyrus

  35. CoedFrenzyDisco says:

    that fuck he hasn’t included Inception, and Kick-Ass chosen over Scott Pilgrim (hey, say what you like, the man has taste!)

  36. Computer Ape says:

    NO INCEPTION!!! (I’m s happy for this)
    But I don’t agree with some movies of his list, for example: “How to train your dragon” and “Robin Hood”. I would preffer to see there Scott Pilgrim vs The World, Black Swan or Buried. There was also Tron Legacy this year and was good (better than some movies in his list).

    Also I expect something more exotic from Tarantino, from being someone who watch movies from all parts of the world I didn’t expect this kind of list.

  37. Hey Now says:

    While I love QT’s films, I have never understood his taste in movies, and this list is a testament to that. He includes quality films like The Social Network, The Town and The King’s Speech but he also includes total trash like Knight and Day, Get Him to the Greek and so forth. Sorry to see he did not include Inception or Shutter Island. I like that he gave some love to Robin Hood through, quality film. Now listen, I understand that people love animated movies, that’s fine, personally I grew up a long time ago but I’m not judging, but to put Toy Story 3 as the greatest film of the year is just a bridge too far. I really wish I understood what people saw in this movie, to me, it was just like any animated movie I have ever seen before. As far as True Grit is concerned it was a major disappointment. I love the Coen brothers, more than most, but this was totally uncharacteristic for them. It was completely sentimental and light hearted, which are not qualities I admire in movies. The PG-13 made all the difference. It’s such a shame too because their last few films have been brilliant.

    Here’s my top 10 (Like anyone cares)

    1. INCEPTION

    2. SHUTTER ISLAND

    3. THE TOWN

    4. GREEN ZONE

    5. THE SOCIAL NETWORK

    6. THE EXPENDABLES

    7. 127 HOURS

    8. ANIMAL KINGDOM

    9. FAIR GAME

    10. BLACK SWAN

    • Meggs says:

      the expendables! really?
      but i am glad you included animal kingdom :)

    • Rick says:

      I love how high and mighty you acted, calling Knight and Day and Get Him To The Greek trash, and then you include The Expendables and Green Zone on your list. I liked the Expendables and all, but it’s pretty far from the 6th best film of the year.

      • Hey Now says:

        I don’t understand what you mean when you sight Green Zone as an example of “trash” but I can see why you might criticize me for placing The Expendables so high. The Expendables is one those guilty pleasure movies for me. The Expendables is great because it doesn’t pretend to be anything it’s not. It’s just 2 hours of non-stop action and carnage. Now I do not consider myself a fan of the action genre because 90% of those movies are just PG-13 fluff, posing as action movies. But I can appreciate it when it’s done well, and Stallone certainly knows how to do it. Now did it take more talent and brilliance to male Animal Kingdom, Black Swan, 127 Hours and Fair Game? Of course it did. But if I ‘m being honest, I enjoyed myself lot more when I was watching The Expendables. Any top 10 list is not an example of quality, it’s an example of enjoyment, since all that stuff is subjective. Your list, my list, the New York Times list, no list is better than any other.

      • Rick says:

        I agree. I take no issue with you including Expendables on your list. None at all.

        What I took issue with was the fact that you faulted Tarantino for including Knight and Day and Get Him To The Greek. I know you were attempting to sound tolerant of it in your post, but you did use the word “trash.” I found it funny because Knight and Day has an overall metacritic rating of 46 and Get Him To The Greek has an overall metacritic rating of 65, whereas The Expendables has an overall rating of 45. It doesn’t mean anything really, except that overall, critics are of the opinion that Expendables is a worse film than the former ones.

        So to the objective viewer, Tarantino including Knight and Day in 12th place would appear less ridiculous than you including Expendables in 6th place. I just felt there was a hint of hypocrisy in your post. Maybe Tarantino found the same guilty pleasure in Knight and Day that you did in Expendables.

        I actually respect how eccentric his list is. I like when critics and high profile filmmakers are willing to admit they enjoyed a film that was not critically successful. I even respect Armond White who gave a pretty bad review to Social Network, and yet adored both Norbit and Transporter 3 (calling the latter “kinetic art”), because he backs up his seemingly outrageous opinions with good reason.

      • tronicum says:

        Well. just as a note fore Shutter Island, Green Zone and Inception:

        Inception
        It is a niceley rendered remake of the Matrix triology elements with some technique of the Lost concept (esp. the later seasons; having flash forwards and backwards). But in my opinion it was too vague, too much eye candy. They put too much ideas into the movie and the end sucks of course (like the later matrix movies).

        Green Zone
        Well, take Emmerichs apporeach with special effects, add some racism spice, there you are. It lacks a clear direction. Some nice jokes but nothing within that makes me think “I need to watch it again, it was great”.

        Shutter Island
        I like Leonardo Di Caprio. The Beach is still probably wihtin my all time TOP20, I also like his performance in The departed and Catch me if you can! He played well in Inception, lets not forget he is the actor, you cant blame him for a lack of logic or concept or similar in any of his movies.
        Shutter Island is like so many horror/thriller movies. A dark setup, mental freaks but it is not special and unique imho.

        just my 2 cents…

    • Diarmy says:

      i like your list man defo inception, shutter and town top three

    • Miguelfarinha1 says:

      first of all you need to have a lot of respect to Tarantino because he is the best filmmaker right now and he has watched more movies than any of us, so don’t you dare calling a movie that he liked trash.
      second I particularly agree 100 per cent with his choice of putting toy story in the first place of his list because the movie has a great story, it is very creative, is technically perfect, and is good enough to attract not just the kids. What I am trying to say is that you a really wrong-toy story 3 was a great movie, so was true grit, and btw the expandables was so bad that I could not even finish watching it.
      To be honest you commit a bit mistake in criticizing tarantino’s taste in one of his fan sites, so shut up punk!
      You just got owned by a 16 year old boy!

    • queenofpainting says:

      I know this is an old post now, but to suggest that enjoying an animated film means one hasn’t “grown up” is insulting and downright ignorant. As the director Brad Bird has repeatedly emphasized, animation is a medium—NOT a genre. Animated films, such as Toy Story 3, can have an incredible amount of depth, and far more than some movies you have listed as favorites, even. 

      Seeing how the Academy often fails at recognizing quality animation, I admire that Tarantino has the balls to put TS3 at the very top of his list. Now, I’m not sure about the other selections, but regardless, TS3 deserves the top spot. If anything, I suggest you open your eyes to the possibilities of film: just because something is appropriate for all ages and has imaginative, animated visuals hardly means it should be exclusively for children. I may even argue that some films, such as Pixar’s Ratatouille, will be more so enjoyed by adults than by young children. If growing up means I should enjoy live-action films more than animated ones, then, frankly, I’ll remain juvenile.

    • john says:

      (Like anyone cares)
      The way you perceive the value of Tarantino’s responses highlights your absolte moronic insignificance. 
      Disagree by just, I don’t know, disagreeing.

      You don’t have to advertise your inanities.

    • Baikeru says:

      Out of your list, I like Inception, Shutter Island, and 127 Hours. I saw The Social Network and The Expendables. I didn’t like Social Network because it was total b.s. of a movie.  it was based on a book written by a tabloid reporter who wasn’t allowed into the Facebook archives, so they made up the story. The Expendables is adverted as nonstop action, but I watched an hour of it and it was just talking, talking, talking, talking, something happens, talking, talking, tal…me turning it off. It was boring, let’s just put it that way.

      As for Toy Story 3, have you even seen the first two? If not, you should. You’d appreciate TS3 more if you do.

      Worst animated movie of the year? I think everybody agrees it was Cars 2. (Wrong year, I know, but I have to throw that in)

    • Julius Yeung says:

      127 hours, Black Swan, Social Network, and King’s Speech should be in the top 5 in my opinion. And then I’ll agree with ya :D

      I’ll have to say that Inception and 127 hours were my favorite film of 2010. I first thought social network was a better film than 127 hours but then I was more invested in 127 hours.

    • TDKR says:

      Inception, Shutter Island, and 127 hours deserve to be there. As for The Expendables… lets just say it sucked, alot of mindless action and actors who suck.

  38. Ol says:

    SOMEWHERE not in his Top 20???? That brings some questions, no??

  39. Meggs says:

    WOOOOOOOOOOO go anmal kingdom!!!

  40. malayan tigers says:

    wtf
    where is 2 Alam?!!!!!

  41. Moonshade4 says:

    The best movie of the year was “Winter’s Bone” and it may have gotten under Quentin’s radar, somehow. I think the past year was kind of spotty and Quentin stated here he didn’t see a lot of movies first run. I hated Inception maybe he did, too? But I think that Machete, LOL, Shutter Island, The Town and Salt were great and deserved to be on the list. I have not seen True Grit, yet. Knight and Day has some nice action scenes and has a tight fast pace. It has done well in foreign markets especially SE Asia… So, if anyone liked it they are not “wright” or wrong…

  42. honestly toy story 3 being number one on taritinos list is the last thing i would expect

  43. Ol says:

    No mention of SOMEWHERE???
    That brings up some questions about his duty as a jury, no?

  44. Andrej30 says:

    What about Machete, dude?

  45. BW says:

    Do you guys his favourite movies from 2008, 2007, 2006 etc?

  46. Triskellsauvage says:

    That’s very surprising to not see Machete in that list

  47. castrosaywhat says:

    I’m surprised you left off GHOST WRITER.

  48. castrosaywhat says:

    But I’m very happy you chose I AM LOVE. Tilda Swinton is perfection.

  49. Tonfilms says:

    Where is A PROPHET?

    • Brizben says:

      Dude I just watched A Prophet yesterday and I am still thinking about it. It has to be one of the better gangster movies I have seen in recent years.

  50. Matt Jefferies says:

    look at all you dingbats talking about Inception and Scotty P … mature your childish asses.

    love Enter the Void at 10, glad I’m not the only person who thought those credits were some of the coolest fucking things I’ve ever seen.

  51. This is a dream within a dream, thats why inception isnt there …

  52. ordell robbie says:

    scott pilgrim sucks… im sure he thought so too… thats why he didnt put it on his list

  53. jake mulligan says:

    No ‘somewhere’, which he gave the golden lion… so apparently quentin didn’t see a single movie at the whole festival as good as ‘jackass 3’?? as long as he keeps making good films, i geuss i won’t question his taste…

  54. Bammargera2 says:

    robin hood sucked big time!, toy stare is barely watchable and what the fuck?social network? the worst film by the david fincher….a dissapointing list(except enter the void)

  55. Guest says:

    Some people just don’t like to think when they see a movie, so Inception is not to their taste. They probably didn’t like Memento either. Toy Story 3 was very good, but I doubt it leads people to any interesting discussions. I can’t take a list that includes JackAss-(any number) seriously, this is just QT trying to appeal to the less than intelligent portion of his fan base.

    • Flyhorse says:

      It’s not true that people don’t like Inception coz they don’t like to think. I disliked the way the idea was presented. To me, it wasn’t an intellectual or crafty way to present such a great philosophical idea. Enjoyed the graphics ‘n all, but not the plot. I loved Memento, but hated Inception.
      And movies, to me, are for entertainment and enjoyment, so if he likes JackAss, he probably had a kick out of watching it. it’s a different type of enjoyment you get out of it compared to watching a thought-provoking film.

  56. Pisces2pc says:

    the town was b.s. it was against everything movies like reservoir dogs and true romance stood for.

  57. Maarten says:

    Is it a joke? Or is mr. Tarantino just making a statement about the current state of cinema?

  58. Juliana Casablancas says:

    He didn’t put Inception, and I totally agree with him. The movie has good special effects, and that’s all.

    • guest says:

      I too hate most of the movies that come with special effects and get a lot of atention because of it, but if you ask me, inception is truly a masterpiece. I sure dont belive that all you find in it are just special effects, the story is great.

  59. where is inception? says:

    no inception?

  60. Matt Jefferies says:

    I made a post about why Ebert hadn’t reviewed Animal Kingdom yet … got deleted … what is up with that? And thanks big T best recc I’ve had in a long time! : )

  61. Edward says:

    Kevin james said he was “really into it” seeing Scott Pilgrim

  62. Losjes says:

    Get Him to the Greek was a disgrace, the first 10 minutes were good, then every scene lasted a couple of minutes too long, especially that stupid fightscene. I normally love Brand’s work.

  63. nickroo says:

    incecptin is the movie off THE year! but as always i must say that quenten tarantino is a man who relishes the TRUE art of filmwqatching!ahh as the years go by it is becuming more apareant that his lack of dedication to the CRAFT has begun to soil his opinion. thankyou good sirs.

  64. Guestone says:

    and you are a racist pig

  65. Piers says:

    Which Cyrus? There were two released in 2010, and they are VERY different.

  66. james says:

    No suprise he didn’t include Inception or Black Swan, since both are better filmmakers than him.

  67. EMIKO_YMGCH says:

    It is the first miracle this year that INCEPTION is excluded!I fill out my surprise list…

  68. Tarantinosbitch says:

    Love how he gave credit to Toy Story.

    Also came across this trailer for Kill Bill 3 (fake of course), but thought it was pretty cool anyways. Here’s hoping

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-E_gJv6bX68

  69. Amanda says:

    ugh, i love taratino. but i dont trust his in taste in movies. he seems to be a leo dicaprio hater. oh well. Inception and Shutter Island were great movies and so was Black Swan, also absent from the list. Idk, maybe he just doesn’t fancy movies involving mental illness.

  70. Hotpinksky34 says:

    I think his list is more a sad statement on movies today that Holywood is producing so few movies of any merit or interest that movies like Tangled and Get Him to the Greek (funny movie I thought I liked it but not worthy of a best of list) end up on his best of his list. He has so little to choose from

  71. Hotpinksky34 says:

    I thought he would love the Expendables. Actually it was better than a lot of what came out this summer. Shows you old dogs can still kick it Not on my best of 2010 list though

  72. Notadumbass says:

    I love Quentin Tarantino but it’s hard to believe that he could make such a terrible list. Jackass?!?!?!? WTF!!!

    1. Black Swan
    2. Inception
    3. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
    4. The Social Network
    5. 127 Hours
    6. Winters Bone
    7. The Town
    8. Animal Kingdom
    9. The Kings Speech
    10. Rabbit Hole

    Also good: Kick Ass (Mostly for “Hit Girl”) Cyrus, and Greenburg

    Btw anyone who says they don’t like Inception is a dumb ass. Just because you prefer indie films does not mean you need to hate big budget films. Christopher Nolan didn’t start with them and he can obviously tell a good story.

    • Ryan says:

      Of all the top ten lists that people have put on the comments here, yours is the best (I think). I disagree with Scott Pilgrim, but otherwise, great! So wonderful to see someone who recognized Rabbit Hole for as good as it was!

    • Ryan says:

      Of all the top ten lists that people have put on the comments here, yours is the best (I think). I disagree with Scott Pilgrim, but otherwise, great! So wonderful to see someone who recognized Rabbit Hole for as good as it was!

  73. Notadumbass says:

    I love Quentin Tarantino but it’s hard to believe that he could make such a terrible list. Jackass?!?!?!? WTF!!!

    1. Black Swan
    2. Inception
    3. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
    4. The Social Network
    5. 127 Hours
    6. Winters Bone
    7. The Town
    8. Animal Kingdom
    9. The Kings Speech
    10. Rabbit Hole

    Also good: Kick Ass (Mostly for “Hit Girl”) Cyrus, True Grit, and Greenburg

    Btw anyone who says they don’t like Inception is a dumb ass. Just because you prefer indie films does not mean you need to hate big budget films. Christopher Nolan didn’t start with them and he can obviously tell a good story.

  74. Dave says:

    why does everybody say toy story 3 lol its not even that good its just an animated film number 1 and 2 were way better. its like people just put it on there “lists” for the sake of it? really? its pretty sad i think nothing special about that film.

  75. Dadaw says:

    Tarantino doesn’t like films that focus on big ideas outside of the films themselves. He enjoys style over substance which is why Shutter Island and Inception probably wouldn’t make his top 50.

    I enjoyed both of those films and plenty of the ones he listed to.

  76. Redada says:

    The film i liked the most in 2010

    0 L’argent (R.bresson) saw it again…
    2 Film socialisme (JL Godard)
    3 O somma luce (JM Straub)

    Well… maybe i should have a look at kick ass, or scott pilgrim, or toy story 3…”lol”

  77. Redada73 says:

    o i went to enter the void, and it is just a bit too rude for me… there’s a character in the movie, who is said to drug his guest, abuse them and sweep his shitty hand on their head… it is exactly what the filmmaker does, quite openly. so i have no moral stand on that, but it’s definitely not my cup of tea. the credits are just flashy. i would be impressed if 15 years old. I’m just very disappointed by QT list: come on, only hollywood flicks! No asia??? no europe??? no argentina, mexico, brazil??? africa? really? but “Jackass 3d”- such a sad joke…
    (forgive my english, i’m that french bloke living in paris who has access to all kind of movies and know that usual hollywood stuff is as tasty as Mcdonald (“le bigmac”, remember?) compared to true homemade cooking or chef experiment in food…
    peace

    • Bradpett says:

      Enter The Void is made by a French director and produced by a German company i.e. it’s a European film you idiot, and yea from what you’ve commented on it you definitely shouldn’t have watched it cos you completely missed the point of this amazing ‘never done before’ film ! you should stick to stuff like social network , made for people like you. Cos you ask for a European feature see one and don’t even realise it’s a European independant film so just shut up man !

  78. lollolololol says:

    Why no Inception? Robin Hood and Knight and Day instead of Inception? Damn…

  79. KobeNash1234 says:

    no inception? I will assume you were not able to see it

  80. Anonymous says:

    f you demonstrate a little patience at the start of the movie you will be reward with a tremendously subtle and moving cinema experience centered around a young daughter’s love for her adoring father, who is, unfortunately, far from perfect. No, there are no car explosions, or buildings blown up. Just people interacting. Elle Fanning, the eleven year old girl, energizes the film with her amazing perforrnance. Sofia Coppola made every scene, every detail perfect. People have really vented on her. So unfairly! This film will loom large in time and in the memories of those who paid close attention.

  81. Nicky says:

    Yeah, I liked Black Swan the most, and Machete was awesome as well hahah, had a good laugh! Inception was great, Shutter Island as well (although, they are verry similar movies!!). I wasn’t so much into commedies, so haven’t watched much…
    Scott Pilgrim was a fun surprise, gotta admit :)
    …Loved the soundtracks in Social Network and Resident Evil Afterlife, made those movies watchable ;).

  82. Interesting he didnt put Machete on their….hmmmm

  83. Rufio301 says:

    Great list but where is …Date Night ?

  84. Pope says:

    Woooooooooooooooooo, Animal Kinhgdom #3!!!

  85. I think the past year was kind of spotty and Quentin stated here he didn’t see a lot of movies first run. I hated Inception maybe he did, too? But I think that Machete. Shutter Island, The Town and Salt were great and deserved to be on the list.Toy Story 3 as the greatest film of the year isnt for me bst choice.

  86. Bacterie says:

    I am surprised he hasn’t put inception in there. His movies are BAD donkey entertainment and nothing more so they should be regarded as such. Instead he’s praised as some really good director which he is not. This list show that he’s got no taste either.

  87. Mudabbir says:

    Why NOT:INCEPTION!
    Where is INCEPION!
    In my Opinion its the Greatest film of all time… Depending on ur choice!

    If u dont put INCEPTION in your Top5 or atleast TOP10; then U should be in a Mental Assylum!

  88. Harleyboatman says:

    My Dad built two motorcycles used in the movie Redneck Miller released in 1977. One of the writers, W. Henry Smith, was a good friend of our family and died before we had a chance to get a copy of the movie. It would mean a lot to my Dad, who is now 81 years old, to have a copy, not so much for the movie but more for the motorcycles he created with his own two hands thirty years ago, way before it was mainstream. He’s also in a cameo in the movie on the second bike he built. In the movie he pulls up to a stop sign, then Redneck Miller pulls up beside him, my dad smirks at Miller and then pulls away.

    I’ve been looking for a copy of this movie for the last ten years with out any luck other than information as found on the IMG site and other similar websites. I saw where it was actually shown at the Los Angeles Grindhouse Festival in 2007 as part of Quintin Tarrentinos private collection. Can anyone put me in contact with Quintin

  89. I would say

    1.Black Swan
    2.Inception
    3.Toy Story 3
    4.Harry Potter 7 Pt1
    5.Iron Man 2
    6.The Social Network
    7.The Town
    8.The Expendables
    9.Shutter Island
    10.Knight And Day

  90. Jason Lennerth says:

    Please make The Vega Brothers Quentin! Please team up w/Roger Avary again too. You two are better together than apart. Pulp Fiction is still the best dialogue I’ve heard in any film……. and I watch alot

  91. Bobby Castro says:

    1. ENTER THE VOID
    …nothing tops it.

  92. Shekara says:

    I’m glad !!!! No one should see Toy Story Three.

  93. Jr333 says:

    everyone commenting realizes that these are his favorite movies of the year and not his pick of the best right. i don’t understand why people are complaining about which films are and are not on the list when it is simply the ones he enjoyed the most. and even if it were his pick for the best of the year why does it matter, it is just his opinion.

  94. Anon says:

    yes tangled is on it, HNNNG

  95. ... says:

    No Black Swan?

  96. Zenanyxon says:

    Wow, ‘The Social Network’ at two? I would have never thought! :o :)

  97. Milkchat says:

    Scott pilgrim=gay ass shit

  98. Michael says:

    What I find funny is how you all think you know him. “How could he put THAT on his list instead of THIS” or “THAT’s not his type of movie!” and so on and so forth. When it comes down to the meat and bones, none of you probably know him. You form an opinion based on the films he makes and his interview persona combined heavily with your own personal bias.

    “Toy Story was crap, how could it be number one?!” Film is subjective. Obviously, he didn’t think if was crap. These lists are very much like the Oscars. People forget the during the Oscars no one is saying “Yes, this is the BEST FILM OF THE YEAR SAYS ME”. It’s a group of hundreds, if not thousands voting for their favorite movie. This is the same way. These are his favorite films. We don’t know his criteria in which he judges or rates. He could have had a good time during Jackass 3D. He said that the fight scene in Kill Bill 2 between the Bride and Elle was inspired by Jackass. No one ever said it had to be a pretentious list of “good” films. Hell, most of his favorite films are exploitation films anyhow which choose style over substance a lot. Give the man a break.

    • Although animation can be considered as the least form of art, I should say this. Oh, come on! No one can talk about Toy Story 3 like that. Everyone knows it’s a very good movie. Everyone relates to the story, at least to the 17-year-old Andy. You should watch it again.

      I hate people who can’t appreciate animated films (mostly CGI) with deep themes and good stories. Those people are immature. They are the real “immature” ones, instead of those who watch great CGI animated films.

    • Chloe says:

      Oh what was wrong with Toy Story? I only like a few of QT’s films basically “True Romance” was my fav, then Res Dogs, then PULP.

  99. This article shows that not only little children can relate to the animated stories Pixar Animation Studios makes. Of course Toy Story 3 is well-deserved to be on the number one position. It’s because TS3 deals with maturity and abandonment — a theme that a least number of the little children can pick up to. TS3 is centered and aimed at the teenagers and the age brackets above it. Good thing that I am not the only one here who favorit-ed Toy Story 3 — I’m with Tarantino. =)

    But he forgot something… WHERE IS INCEPTION? It’s a very brilliant film… next to TS3. =) And, and Back Swan too.

    This seems to be very late, but..

    1. Toy Story 3
    2. Inception
    3. How To Train Your Dragon
    4. The King’s Speech
    5. The Social Network
    6. Day And Knight

    Only top six because the spots 7-10 belongs to Toy Story 3. Again. Sorry but it’s really my favorite. =))

  100. He might not have even seen Inception you fargin bastages!

  101. I have no problem with Toy Story 3 at #1 – I personally like The Social Network and Inception better, but as far as animated movies go, Toy Story 3 is right up there with the best of the bunch. It was even good enough to make the list at http://www.filmcrave.com/list_top_movie.php

  102. bleh says:

    this is absolute bullshit. knight and day- are you fucking kidding?
    i’m calling him right now- imbeciles.

  103. Dorkyredhead says:

     I like old Black n white films mostly but I liked True Romance the best out of QT’s movies. That was my favorite one. Has anyone watched that Black n white film “Seconds” with Rock Hudson, it was creepy in a philosophical way. When QT’ said he likes ANimal Kingdom does he mean Mutual of Omaha’s Animal Kingdom?

  104. Jake says:

    After all you’ve done with Robert… No Machete? 

  105. Mike_003 says:

    These are some really good movies of 2010. I am waiting to see you new list for 2011 soon. There are some really good movies coming up this year like hangover 2 and Haywire. I am also looking forward to Watch The tree of Life, which seems to be a really nice flick from Brad Pitt.

  106. Jonathan says:

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  107. Pontus says:

    Ah yes, Tangled. I love that movie. How to train your dragon was also awesome.
    You have good taste Quentin.
    By that I mean that your taste is similar to mine.
    But then again: my taste IS unquestionably good :) 

  108. Rudy says:

    As long as the clown doesn’t attempt to act in one, any film will be ok.
    He should leave acting to professionals.

    P.s I don’t care if you don’t like my comment.

  109. SEO USA says:

    I have watched only three, four movies that are in your above list and i really these movies. thanks for sharing this collection.

  110. Farid says:

    i love how he did not include the king’s speech, and how toy story and the social network are the top 2, but the order of the rest seem wrong in my opinion

  111. Sumie Beg says:

    QT makes weird movies…If his list is like that, why doesn’t he make movies like this?

  112. Dylanmcanally says:

    i usually love david finchers work, but i wasnt a fan of the social network. it was alright but i think its kind of overrated, it was dull, and nothing interesting happened. it could be because i was stoned. those kinda movie SUCK when your stoned. knight and day was ok, i dont see why people hated it so much, and get him to the greek was hilarious! but i agree with his number 1. Toy Story 3 was a god damn masterpiece. i hate people who dont take it seriously just because its animation. and im glad scott pilgrim wasnt on there. that movie is SO overrated

  113. I have never understood his taste in movies, and this list is a testament to that. He includes quality films like The Social Network.

  114. The man has a good taste. I prefer the most The social network, Enter the void (intro scene is really awesome), and The Kings Speech.

  115. Nocek111 says:

    kick ass. omg! he’s getting old and boring!

  116. john says:

    hey need to get ahold of you i have a great story from a kid in st.cloud mn you will be interested

  117. john says:

    hey need to get ahold of you i have a great story from a kid in st.cloud mn you will be interested

  118. Karanvir Kooner says:

    I Am A Fan Of Quentin Tarantino’s Movies All Of Them My Favorite Quentin Tarantino Movie Is Inglourious Basterds And Kill Bill Vol.1 And Kill Bill Vol.2 And Pulp Fiction

  119. Karanvir Kooner says:

    PG-13 Rated Movies Have Fully Ruined Violence How Can You Be Impressed By Them Now In The 70’s They Were Hard R Rated Violence And Realistic Action I Hated Michael Bay Even Though I Am The One To Enjoy QT’s Movies For Fun All Of Quentin Tarantino’s Movies Are A Guilty Pleasure To Watch I Really Am A Fan Of My Most Favorite All-Time Slasher Movie To Date My Bloody Valentine 3D My Guilty Pleasures Are Video Games Music Movies For The Fun

  120. Karanvir Kooner says:

    Spike Lee Can Stand On A Chair To Bite My Shiny Metal Ass Quentin Tarantino Is Much More Better I Can’t Get Enough Of His Movies I Enjoy Quentin Tarantino Movies As A Guilty Pleasure

  121. Karanvir Kooner says:

    I Also Am A Big Fan Of Jackass:The Movie Jackass Number Two And Jackass 3D For Fun

  122. Sorin_judoka92 says:

    Best 10 voted Movies of 2011 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFRfJWHS_mM

  123. Web design London says:

    I’ve been waiting for his list all year with the awesome stuff that’s come out in 2010, and I must say this was really disappointing :(. I mean, to each his own, but usually I find myself liking the same movies and I can’t say that for this list.

  124. jamesc says:

     I totally agree with him. The movie has good special effects, and that’s all.

  125. Hancock Jones Jr. says:

    Haha.. where the fuck is Machete? This list is totally incomplete :p

  126. ME yes i said it me says:

    I have an underdeveloped philosiphy that is…. If Quentin Tarantino says its good, then its good.
    however i must admit i was suprised by Toy Story 3 being number 1, I loved toy story 3, i just didn’t think it was his style of movie, i do love the Expendables and am greatly looking foward to its sequel which will lmost certainly be superior.
    Get Him To The GREEK wasnt the greatest filmk ever, but it wins points for being truely hilarious

  127. jas says:

    Inception was not that good.

  128. “It’s also very silly to say that the director/writer of Pulp Fiction, Natural born Killers and Reservoir Dogs is unoriginal…”

  129. Anonymous says:

    Knight and Day?

  130. Nolabobo says:

    THE WHOLE TIME I WAS WATCHING ‘KICK ASS” -( A FILM I SOOOOOO ENJOYED )- I KEPT THING QUENTIN T. IS GOING TO FRIGGIN LOVE THIS MOVIE! (I’m surprised it was his #11 – but not surprised it was on his list!)

  131. Fedeslash says:

    1 the social network
    2 inception
    3 true grit
    4 shutter island
    5 robin hood

  132. russ says:

    glad to see KICKASS made his list!

  133. Fred says:

    Toy Story 3 is overrated, by-the-book sentiment. Boring, same canned beat-by-beat Hollywood story structure, no poetry to be found, i knew exactly what it would be before i even saw it. Bland kitsch. Nowhere near the league of most of Up, all of Wal-E or even first Toy Story. Many much, much better, fresher, more vital international films seem to be missing from this list. Tarantino used to push people to see films they might not otherwise see. Oh well. He’s establishment now. Too bad. Look to Cahiers du Cinema top ten if u still care about film as an art, even though they like Toy Story 3 too. Even intellectuals can get blinded by bland sentiment, I guess.

  134. Julius Yeung says:

    Wow! I’m surprised that QT did not put Inception on the list. I personally loved it but I’m surprised that he didn’t put something like Inception on the list.

    Didn’t he put Paprika a few years ago?
    Interesting…
    Or maybe it’s that he hasn’t watched it yet

  135. Julius Yeung says:

    2010 was a good year for movies
    My top ten:Inception
    127 Hours
    Social Network
    King’s Speech
    Black Swan
    Shutter Island
    The Town
    True Grit
    Toy Story 3
    The Secret in Their Eyes (A great Argentinian thriller about a screwed up murder/rape case. The ending is a “HOLY SHIT!” kinda ending)

  136. Guest says:

    toy story FTW!

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  54. March 17, 2013
  55. April 23, 2013

    [...] 1. Toy Story 3: I kept expecting some other movie to come along in the second half of 2010 and knock this lachrymose Pixar masterpiece out of the top spot. But, in a not particularly great year for movies, Lee Unkrich’s surprisingly sad and soulful Toy Story 3 held onto the crown. (As it turns out, the highest grossing film of the year was also the best.) Basically, this is the movie about fleeting youth and fading plastic that Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are wanted to be. And, while I’m still not sure if kids will vibe into the melancholy shenanigans here at all, it touched a chord in more than one aging man-child out there…just ask QT. [...]

  56. October 5, 2013

    […] might remember Quentin’s list of favorites of 2010 and 2011, and so many of you have mailed us and asked about last year. Mostly because of Django […]

  57. October 5, 2013

    […] lista, que ya se ha convertido en toda una tradición y curiosidad cinéfila tras las entregas de 2010 y 2011, pero en este 2013 vuelve a la carga con otra muestra de sus peculiares y locas elecciones. […]

  58. October 6, 2013

    […] QUI potete trovare la classifica del 2010 e QUI quella del 2011. L’anno scorso, a causa del forte impegno per Django Unchained, Tarantino non aveva realizzato nessuna Top 10. […]

  59. October 7, 2013

    […] context, here are his lists from 2010 and […]

  60. October 7, 2013

    […] context, here are his lists from 2010 and […]

  61. October 7, 2013

    […] Quentin Tarantino Archives доступны списки его любимых фильмов за 2010 и 2011 годы. Также известны топы его любимых фильмов, […]

  62. October 7, 2013

    […] favoritos em 2013 até o momento. Mantém a tradição das listas anteriores (veja as listas de 2010 e 2011). Se nos filmes ele costuma apelar para referências obscuras, as listas são básicas e […]

  63. October 7, 2013

    […] non aveva stilato una lista delle sue pellicole preferite come aveva invece fatto nel 2010 e 2011. Ecco i film migliori degli anni passati secondo Quentin e gallery tutti i trailer dei […]

  64. October 7, 2013

    […] Django Unchained, the writer-director didn’t list his top films last year. But his lists in 2010 and 2011 included films like Toy Story 3, The Social Network, X-Men: First Class and Rise Of The […]

  65. October 7, 2013

    […] Quentin Tarantino Archives доступны списки его любимых фильмов за 2010 и 2011 годы. Также известны топы его любимых фильмов, […]

  66. October 7, 2013

    […] Ранее на ресурсе публиковались списки любимых фильмов Тарантино за 2010 и 2011годы. […]

  67. October 8, 2013

    […] World’s End and Prisoners, but given the last two lists that Mr. Tarantino put out in 2010 and 2011, the inclusion should not be such a surprise. Genre rollicking features are common is […]

  68. April 15, 2014

    […] Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino has named his top 20 films of 2010, and it’s a pretty eclectic list, including several animated films, and even the Tom Cruise vehicle “Knight & Day.” (?) Check the full list out HERE. […]