Alex’s Top 10 of 2010! (video inside! YAY!)

Oh dear God, he has reached critical mass!

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About Alex Seda

"I watched him for fifteen years, sitting in a room, staring at a wall, not seeing the wall, looking past the wall - looking at this night, inhumanly patient, waiting for some secret, silent alarm to trigger him off. Death has come to your little town, Sheriff. Now you can either ignore it, or you can help me to stop it." ~Dr. Loomis email alex
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One Response to Alex’s Top 10 of 2010! (video inside! YAY!)

  1. James Vilgos says:

    I really wanted to see Solomon Kane once the trailer originally came out, however I was very disappointed when I learned a few months ago that it had come and left theaters without me even realizing. Lots of other movies I really wanted to see on this list but just didn’t get a chance to see. Repo Men, The Crazies, Centurion, & The Expendables.

    My opinion of Predators differs from yours somewhat, though. I really felt that the first half before they meet Fishburn’s character was uninteresting and showcased poor acting on most of the cast’s count. I would have stopped watching, but then they decided to amp up the pacing, tension, and above all, action. That second half greatly made the whole movie worth watching. I will have to say though that I was disappointed to see they didn’t include the scene from the trailer where Adrian Brody’s character steps out and has his torso immediately covered in Predator laser sights.

    I would have to disagree with you on Iron Man 2, Alex. It definitely suffered from sequelitis, but Tron Legacy beats it by a landslide. Really great visuals and special effects, but just a completely hollow and boring movie that failed to capture any of the magic or heart of its predecessor. Daft Punk, however, (who I can’t stand by the way) delivered with an amazing soundtrack and just really nailed it when it came to connecting you to the Grid (Tron Legacy’s digital world).

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