This year, I've managed to see a paltry 23 (I think) of the films that got a cinema release. Less than two a month. Rubbish really. So, coming up with a top ten list is a little but redundant, as I haven't really seen enough to be making that sort of sweeping judgement, and there's a bunch of other films I wanted to see and didn't that I'm sure and veryvery good.
Instead, in what can only be described as utterly redundant, is a list of every film I've seen, lumped into whether I loved them, liked them, thought they were 'meh' or frothed at the mouth with how bad they were. The one time I tried voicing such an opinion on this blog before, I attracted trolls*. Bless em. Under their bridge, with only their virginity to keep them company. I may well attract more. As ever, canapés and goats' blood in the corner.
Heady Love Affairs
500 Days of Summer
I Love You Man
Just Good Friends
Anvil! The Story Of Anvil
Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, The
Drag Me To Hell
Final Destination, The
Monsters Vs. Aliens
Where The Wild Things Are
Let the Right One In
Friday The 13th
Nick And Norah's Infinite Playlist
Honourable mentions to two 2008 films I only just caught: Slumdog (pretty good) and Frost/Nixon (brilliant). If others of these are actually from 2008, and I believe them to be from 2009 because of Cornwall's bleeding edge cinemas... it doesn't reallt matter.
And not even a line, a one word review to justify my opinions. I know. A shabby way to spend a 199th Blog Post.