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The Top 5 Must See Films of 2010

I’ve felt the urge recently to explain to the public of how awesome 2010 is for films. So, I’ve constructed a list for you guys for the films still due for release this year which are worth going to see!

Let’s start off with one of the most anticipated sequels since The Dark Knight shall we?

Iron Man 2

That’s right folks. Stark is back after the magnificent first directed by Jon Favreau. After the crazy ending to Iron Man everyone was raising questions to if there’ll be a second? If so, who’ll be the villain? What about Nick Fury, where does he fit into all this in the special scene during the credits!? Iron Man 2 will face pressure from the press, government and the public about his Superhero alter ego and get into few fights! Mickey Roarke stars as the destructive Whiplash and as the poster shows, a possible hint to War Machine with Don Cheadle at the helm.

"Hi Tony!"

Clash Of The Titans

A remake of Ray Harryhausens classic! The trailer of the film can be described in only one word. Epic. Casting Sam Worthington as Zeus’ son Perseus, he’s thrown into an all out brawl with monsters and giant sea creatures content on crushing and smashing anything that moves. But here’s the kicker! It’s in 3D! This will be Sam Worthingons second 3D film since Avatar and his 3rd major title since Terminator: Salvation. The Clash will be epic.

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"Release the Kraken!"

The Expendables

Remember when all those actions films were being made with the cheesy sayings and the huge amount of gore and explosions and you just wished you had all those actors in one film? Guess what, it came true. The Expendables is Sly Stallone’s new flick and he called in a huge cast to support it! We have Sly Stallone himself, Jet Li, Jason Statham, Mickey Rourke, Dolph Lundgren, Bruce Willis and even a cameo from Schwarzenegger himself! The film bundles these actors together as an elite mercenary group set with the task of overthrowing a dictator in South America in one big mashup of explosions and gunfire.


Tron Legacy

Oh yes! Tron is back and better than ever! The sequel to the 80′s classic was announced back in 2009 and has been the cause of many peoples trouser wetting since! But let’s face the part where our pants will be drenched - It’s in 3D. Now with Jeff Bridges leading the game (The bad guy from Iron Man, remember him?) aswell as it in 3D we can be guaranteed a great show and a damn good kick of nostalgia for those who remember Tron.

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The Game Has Changed.

Toy Story 3

Hanks and Allen team up again to face another set of problems in Pixars huge selling film series Toy Story. Toy Story 3 will feature the voice talents of Michael Keaton, Whoopi Goldberg and Timothy Dalton. But will it be such as much of a success as people are hoping? Can Pixar pull out a decent plotline? All we know is that Andy is heading for college and the toys are left in a box in a day care centre. We’re just going to have to wait and see if Pixar can pull it off.

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There's the gang we all love.

Now, obviously I can’t do a nice big detailed description of every big film coming out in 2010, so here are the special mentions for the films that didn’t make my list.

  • The A-Team - Liam Neeson, Bradley Cooper
  • Prince of Persia: Sands of Time - Jake Gyllenhaal
  • Inception - Leonardo DiCaprio
  • Green Hornet - Seth Rogen
  • Kick-Ass - Nicholas Cage
  • A Nigtmare On Elm Street - Jackie Earl Haley
  • Robin Hood - Russel Crowe
  • The Last Airbender - Noah Ringer, Dev Patel,
  • Paul - Simon Pegg, Nick Frost

All the films mentioned are the ones you want to be looking forward to and rushing off to your local cinema to see as soon as they are released!

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  • https://?u=bax88 Alan Baxter

    Nice article mate

  • https://?u=Josh-sama Josh-sama

    Thanks :D

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