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evo jednog pogleda na naj ostvarenja filmske godine:
Perry Seibert’s Best of 2009

10. Crazy Heart
As faded country star Bad Blake, Jeff Bridges delivers arguably the finest performance of the year in this low-key, secularized version of Tender Mercies.

9. The Hurt Locker
Director Kathryn Bigelow made the best war film in quite a few years by cooking up a fascinating character study disguised as a first-rate action thriller that examines the inner-life of a man compelled to put himself in the combat zone again and again.

8. Broken Embraces
Pedro Almodovar’s Hitchcock tribute shifts from melodramatic excess to comedy to passionate love story, but it ends up as a clear declaration of the director’s love for movies, and an example of how artists find meaning in their life through their work.

7. DuplicityTony Gilroy’s con-movie/screwball comedy turned the conventions of the rom-com on its head, and in so doing gave Julia Roberts and Clive Owen some of the juiciest, sexiest, and funniest scenes of the year.

6. Two Lovers
Most people will remember star Joaquin Phoenix’s shambling performance on Letterman than will ever see the movie he was there to plug, and that’s a shame because James Gray’s drama offers unforgettable proof that River’s younger brother has blossomed in ways that the fallen idol never had the opportunity to. The movie would be this year’s best ode to seventies American cinema if it weren’t for….

5. The Messenger
The year’s most impressive directorial debut, Oren Moverman’s tale of soldiers whose duty is to notify families of their son’s or daughter’s death in the line of duty manages to be a striking fusion of Bob Rafelson and Hal Ashby – a sad, funny, and touching examination of two damaged, but still living, souls.

4. Where the Wild Things Are
If I had one choice for Best Director, it would be Spike Jonze who took a beloved literary masterpiece and made it his own by fashioning a film so unique and singular that it’s brimming with his own idiosyncrasies. Oh, and he also managed to capture the terror, exhilaration, and longing of childhood. If Francois Truffaut had made this film in 1965, it would be heralded as a classic.

3. Up in the Air
Anchored by a pitch perfect George Clooney, Jason Reitman’s comedy/drama strives to offer up a summation of where America is at the end of the century’s first decade. The thing is he just about pulls it off, in large part because he’s put such a sad story in a universally appealing package.

2. Inglourious Basterds
There are few filmmakers who let their passion for filmmaking ooze out of every frame of their work, but Quentin Tarantino is one of them. And his WW2 film not only contains bravura set-pieces that showcase his peerless writing and skill with actors (Christoph Waltz is yet another actor who owes QT his career), but it almost vibrates off the sprockets with its passionate understanding of how movies define the lives of those that love the artform.

Did I mention it’s also incredibly fun?

1. Up
Pixar is the most reliable name in Hollywood, and they capped the decade with yet another masterpiece. Pete Docter’s flawless evocation of a decades long marriage at the beginning of the movie will break your heart every single time you see it. And to think that’s just the beginning of the flawlessly directed Up, a movie where every frame, every detail, and every sound serve a ceaselessly entertaining story about grief, love, and talking dogs.

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Bad Lieutenant.
Werner Herzog's edgy noir fed off Nicolas Cage's flywheel intensity in a portrait of a cokehead cop out of control in post-Katrina New Orleans. He starts out bad and, driven by a painful back and pain meds, goes crazy and gets away with it because of the badge. Herzog paints the storied city in dark shadows and a notable lack of glamour, and when he involves Cage in a stare-down with an iguana it somehow needs no explanation. I predict they'll work together again. They probably got along at least as well as Herzog and Klaus Kinski.

Crazy Heart.
This year's late-opening sleeper, built on a probable Oscar-winning performance by Jeff Bridges. He plays a nearly-forgotten C&W singer, touring nasty dives and smoky honky-tonks for a few dollars and change. He had hit songs, but alcoholism eroded him. Maggie Gyllenhaal is inspired as the woman who cares for him but doubts his newfound sobriety--and no, this isn't a cornball story about romantic redemption. After the screening a critic said: "This year's "The Wrestler." That sounded about right. Astonishing debut by Scott Cooper.

An Education.
A star is born with Carey Mulligan's performance as a 16-year-old schoolgirl who is flattered and romanced, along with her protective parents, by an attractive, mysterious man in his mid-30s (Peter Sarsgaard). He's sophisticated, she's not; she sees him as a way out of London suburbia and into the circles she dreams of entering. He's not a molester but an opportunist and role-player, and Lone Scherfig's film is wise about what people want in a relationship and what they get. Faithfully adapted by Nick Hornby from the memoirs of the well-known British journalist Lynn Barber.

The Hurt Locker.
"War is a drug," the opening title informs us, and in one of the best war movies ever, Jeremy Renner plays an expert member of an elite bomb disposal unit in Iraq. Somewhat guarded by a protective suit, he handles delicate mechanisms designed to outwit him. It's like chess. He's very good at his job, but is that what drives him to put his life on the line hundreds of times? Not pro-war, not anti-war, not about the war in Iraq, but about the minds of dedicated combat soldiers. Directed flawlessly by Kathryn Bigelow; as one critic's group after another honored it in their year-end awards, it became a sure thing for picture, actor and director nominations.

Inglourious Basterds.
Quentin Tarantino is a natural and joyous filmmaker who feeds off his own tory story that fearlessly rewrites history. It finally comes down to a conflict between a fatuous Nazi monster (Chrisophe Waltz) and a fearless French Jewish heroine (Mélanie Laurent), with Brad Pitt as a knife wielding American commando leader. You have to hand him this: it's one World War Two movie where we don't know the ending. Waltz won best actor at Cannes 2009, has swept the critic's awards, is a shoo-in as best supporting actor.

Knowing.
Among the best of science fiction films--frightening, suspenseful, intelligent, and, when it needs to be, rather awesome. In its very different way it's comparable to the great "Dark City," by the same director, Alex Proyas. That film was about the hidden nature of the world men think they inhabit, and so is this one. I loved the film's extravagance of energy, and the hard-charging Nicolas Cage performance (so different from his work in "Bad Lieutenant.") My praise stirred up a fierce pro and con debate among readers: http://j.mp/4MmMss

Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire
The heart-rending story of an overweight, abused young teenager and the support she finds from a teacher and a social worker, who both glimpse her potential. Harrowing, depressing, and yet uplifting, as director Lee Daniels uses her fantasies to show the dreams inside. What a sure and brave lead performance by newcomer Gabourey Sidibe, and what a powerful one by Mo'Nique, as her heartless mother. She, Mariah Carey, Paula Patton and Sherri Shepherd are all but unrecognizable as they disappear into key supporting roles.

A Serious Man.
Another great film the Coen Brothers, returning to their homeland of the Minneapolis suburbs to tell the story of a modern-day Job who strives to be a good man, a "serious man," and finds everything--but everything--going wrong. Michael Stuhlbarg gives a virtuoso lead performance as the suffering man, who earnestly tries to do the right thing. Fred Melamed is inspired as his best friend, who, he discovers, is having an affair with his wife. The friend tries to console him; he is grief and grief counselor at once.

Up in the Air.
George Clooney plays a man for the first decade of this uncertain century. "Where do you live?" he's asked while seated in a first class airplane seat. "Here." He wants no home, no wife, no family, and says he is happy. His job is depriving others of theirs; he's a Termination Facilitator. He fires people for a living. Vera Farmiga plays his friendly fellow road warrior who sleeps with him on the road. Anna Kendrick is the sincere young college grad whose first job is terminating others. The third wonderful film by Jason Reitman, after "Thank You for Smoking" and "Juno."

The White Ribbon.
The subterranean and labyrinthine secret history of a German village in the years before World War One. A mysterious series of deaths descends like a vengeance. Michael Haneke's elegant b&w photography etches the rural community in striking portraits of sinister normality. We become familiar with the important villagers, we follow their stories, we comprehend everything hat happens -- but something else is happening, something unspoken, kept secret from them, among them, and from us. Infinitely tantalizing.

Now you are thinking, hey, what about "Avatar?" Faithful readers know of my annual Special Jury Prize. This year it goes to James Cameron's ground-breaking epic. No, that doesn't mean it's the best film of the year. It means it won the Special Jury Prize.
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čiča Rodžerovi indi filmovi godine, abecedno:

Departures.
In Japan, a young man apprentices to the trade of "encoffinment," the preparation of corpses before their cremation. It is the only employment he can find, after he loses his job as a cellist in an orchestra that goes broke. The company owner approaches the job as a sacred vocation, and although the hero and his wife find the task unsettling, he slowly learns a new respect for himself through respect for the dead. A visually beautiful and poetic film by Yojiro Takita. Winner of the 2009 Academy Award as best foreign film.

Disgrace.
A masterful performance by John Malkovich as a disgraced Cape Town English professor, forced to resign during the first years of Nelson Mandela's administration. He goes to live with his daughter (Jessica Haines) on her remote farm, where the manager (Eriq Ebouaney) seems to be establishing an independence of his own. The hard, ambiguous issues of the new South African world are squarely engaged in Steve Jacobs's film, based on the novel by Nobel winner J.M. Coetzee.

Everlasting Moments.
The great Swedish filmmaker Jan Troell ("The Emigrants" and "The New Land") tells the story of the wife of an alcoholic dock worker in Malmo in 1911. He's not a bad man, except when he drinks. She wins a camera in a lottery and tries to pawn it, but the camera store owner develops the one photo she took, looks at it thoughtfully, and asks her to keep taking pictures. Her inner life is transformed by discovering that she has an artistic talent. A luminous performance by Maria Heiskanen.

Goodbye Solo.
the third remarkable film by Ramin Bahrani, after "Man Push Cart" and "Chop Shop." In Winston-Salem, NC, a straight-talking man around 70 (onetime Elvis bodyguard Red West) gets into the taxi of an African immigrant (Souleymane Sy Savané, from the Ivory Coast). For $1,000, paid immediately, he wants to be driven in 10 days to the top of a mountain in Blowing Rock National Park, to a place so windy that the snow falls up. He says nothing about a return trip. As a friendship develops between them, the days tick inexorably away.

Julia.
The most striking performance in Tilda Swinton's exciting career. Only poor marketing prevented this from succeeding as the thriller of the year. Swinton plays an alcoholic slut who agrees to help kidnap a child, and ends up with him on an odyssey in Mexico through a thorn thicket of people you do not want to meet. If there's one thing consistent about her behavior, it's how she lies to all of them. Directed by Erick Zonca.

Silent Light.
A story of romance and conscience set among the Mennonites of Mexico. A happily married man falls in love with a single woman, and she with them, and they are both haunted by guilt. Their gravitas is a stark contrast to the casual attitude toward sex in most films; they are violating rules they respect, hurting people they love. Such matters are rarely taken so seriously in films. Carlos Reygadas tells his story with a clarity and attention worthy of Bresson.

Sin Nombre.
Up through Mexico, those hopeful of entering the U.S. ride the top of a freight train. We meet a girl from Honduras with her father and uncle, and a young gang member fleeing for his life. The journey is difficult and dangerous, but also oddly lovely and epic. A parallel story involves a gang set up to rob the would-be immigrants, who often carry all their wealth with them. Written and directed by Cary Fukunaga, another of this year's remarkable debut filmmakers.

Skin.
The Sandra Laing story obsessed South Africans in 1965. She was the daughter of white Afrikaners. She didn't look white. Her father fights to the Supreme Court to have her reclassified as white, and then when she falls in love with a black man she tries to have her classification changed. A wrenching dilemma, starring Sophie Okonedo ("Dirty Pretty Things") in a tricky and compelling role, and Sam Neill as her deeply conflicted father.

Trucker.
Michelle Monaghan is remarkable as a truck driver who has just paid off her own rig. She's 30ish, hard-drinking, promiscuous, estranged from the father (Benjamin Bratt) of her 12-year-old son. In an emergency she has to take the boy back, and that leads from an arm's-length relationship to difficult personal discoveries. A powerful debut by writer-director James Mottern, who avoids the obvious gurns this story could take and follows the characters wih empathy.

You, the Living.
In a sad world and a sad city, sad people lead sad lives and complain that they hate their jobs and nobody understands them. The result is in some ways a comedy with a twist of the knife, and in other ways a film like nobody else has ever made--except for its director, Roy Andersson of Sweden. Fifty vignettes, almost all shot with a static camera, in medium and long shot. You laugh to yourself, silently, although you're never quite sure why. Flawless in what it does, and we have no idea what that is.
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evo jednog pogleda na naj ostvarenja filmske godine:
Perry Seibert’s Best of 2009

10. Crazy Heart
As faded country star Bad Blake, Jeff Bridges delivers arguably the finest performance of the year in this low-key, secularized version of Tender Mercies.

9. The Hurt Locker
Director Kathryn Bigelow made the best war film in quite a few years by cooking up a fascinating character study disguised as a first-rate action thriller that examines the inner-life of a man compelled to put himself in the combat zone again and again.

8. Broken Embraces
Pedro Almodovar’s Hitchcock tribute shifts from melodramatic excess to comedy to passionate love story, but it ends up as a clear declaration of the director’s love for movies, and an example of how artists find meaning in their life through their work.

7. DuplicityTony Gilroy’s con-movie/screwball comedy turned the conventions of the rom-com on its head, and in so doing gave Julia Roberts and Clive Owen some of the juiciest, sexiest, and funniest scenes of the year.

6. Two Lovers
Most people will remember star Joaquin Phoenix’s shambling performance on Letterman than will ever see the movie he was there to plug, and that’s a shame because James Gray’s drama offers unforgettable proof that River’s younger brother has blossomed in ways that the fallen idol never had the opportunity to. The movie would be this year’s best ode to seventies American cinema if it weren’t for….

5. The Messenger
The year’s most impressive directorial debut, Oren Moverman’s tale of soldiers whose duty is to notify families of their son’s or daughter’s death in the line of duty manages to be a striking fusion of Bob Rafelson and Hal Ashby – a sad, funny, and touching examination of two damaged, but still living, souls.

4. Where the Wild Things Are
If I had one choice for Best Director, it would be Spike Jonze who took a beloved literary masterpiece and made it his own by fashioning a film so unique and singular that it’s brimming with his own idiosyncrasies. Oh, and he also managed to capture the terror, exhilaration, and longing of childhood. If Francois Truffaut had made this film in 1965, it would be heralded as a classic.

3. Up in the Air
Anchored by a pitch perfect George Clooney, Jason Reitman’s comedy/drama strives to offer up a summation of where America is at the end of the century’s first decade. The thing is he just about pulls it off, in large part because he’s put such a sad story in a universally appealing package.

2. Inglourious Basterds
There are few filmmakers who let their passion for filmmaking ooze out of every frame of their work, but Quentin Tarantino is one of them. And his WW2 film not only contains bravura set-pieces that showcase his peerless writing and skill with actors (Christoph Waltz is yet another actor who owes QT his career), but it almost vibrates off the sprockets with its passionate understanding of how movies define the lives of those that love the artform.

Did I mention it’s also incredibly fun?

1. Up
Pixar is the most reliable name in Hollywood, and they capped the decade with yet another masterpiece. Pete Docter’s flawless evocation of a decades long marriage at the beginning of the movie will break your heart every single time you see it. And to think that’s just the beginning of the flawlessly directed Up, a movie where every frame, every detail, and every sound serve a ceaselessly entertaining story about grief, love, and talking dogs.

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Inglourious Basterds.
Quentin Tarantino is a natural and joyous filmmaker who feeds off his own tory story that fearlessly rewrites history. It finally comes down to a conflict between a fatuous Nazi monster (Chrisophe Waltz) and a fearless French Jewish heroine (Mélanie Laurent), with Brad Pitt as a knife wielding American commando leader. You have to hand him this: it's one World War Two movie where we don't know the ending. Waltz won best actor at Cannes 2009, has swept the critic's awards, is a shoo-in as best supporting actor./QUOTE]

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Inglourious Basterds.
Quentin Tarantino is a natural and joyous filmmaker who feeds off his own tory story that fearlessly rewrites history. It finally comes down to a conflict between a fatuous Nazi monster (Chrisophe Waltz) and a fearless French Jewish heroine (Mélanie Laurent), with Brad Pitt as a knife wielding American commando leader. You have to hand him this: it's one World War Two movie where we don't know the ending. Waltz won best actor at Cannes 2009, has swept the critic's awards, is a shoo-in as best supporting actor./QUOTE]

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Uglavnom po dosta sajtova, Inglorious Bastards je proglasen za jedno od najgorih ostvarenja u ovoj godini.

Ne znam koliko se slazem sa tim. Ali ocigledno da film koji posjeduje imalo vise konverzacija i dijaloga, nije po gustu americke publike.


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10. THE MESSENGER
War again, this time on the home front, as soldiers played by Ben Foster and a never-better Woody Harrelson knock on the doors of wives, husbands and parents to deliver the worst kind of news. Director Oren Moverman, in an auspicious debut, creates a different kind of hurt locker. The fireworks here are implosive.

9. (500) DAYS OF SUMMER
Just when I thought romantic comedy was dead, director Marc Webb and writers Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber proved me wrong by casting Zooey Deschanel and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as star-crossed lovers to die for.

8. DISTRICT 9
Here's the blockbuster that deserves one of those 10 Oscar spots for Best Picture. South African writer-director Neill Blomkamp and actor Sharlto Copley blend exciting sci-fi about aliens in Johannesburg with the tormented world of racism they grew up in.

7. A SERIOUS MAN
The Coen brothers investigate what it's like to grow up Jewish and clueless in suburban Minnesota, circa 1967, just like they did. Aided by Michael Stuhlbarg's superb turn as an academic Job, they question God — deliciously tongue-in-cheek, and dead-on serious.

6. WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
Some readers thought I lost my shit falling so hard for the penetrating look into childhood that director Spike Jonze made of Maurice Sendak’s kid classic. Jonze (Being John Malkovich, Adaptation) is an untamed visionary. And if he wants to combine the superlative young actor Max Records with nine-foot puppets, let him. All the joy and misplaced rage that goes into being a kid is in this movie. In time, you’ll know I’m right. Apologies accepted )(hahaha).

5. UP
Pixar's animation magic is invariably irresistible, especially in this tale about an old coot, a chubby boy and a house hoisted by balloons. The near-silent prelude of courtship, marriage and old age is touched by genius.

4. AN EDUCATION-ovo bi moglo biti prijatno iznenađenje, op. R.
Carey Mulligan is the find of the year as a 16-year-old virgin coping with the blahs of pre-Beatles London, overprotective parents and the dazzle of an older man (Peter Sarsgaard). Danish director Lone Scherfig mines a great Nick Hornby script for every wickedly crafted nuance.

3. THE HURT LOCKER
Critics fell over themselves praising this dynamite film about the casualties of war. Audiences stayed hands off. Wake up, people. Kathryn Bigelow, in the directing tour de force of the year, uses a strong script by embedded journalist and RS contributor Mark Boal to take us deep into an elite U.S. bomb-disposal squad in Baghdad. Jeremy Renner excels as the unit leader, showing how war becomes a drug. A stunning film on every level.

2. UP IN THE AIR
Director Jason Reitman, 32, takes his career to new heights with this comedy of shocking gravity. George Clooney does his best acting to date as a hired corporate gun who flies from city to city firing the asses of recession-victimized work slaves and dodging personal commitment. What this says about him, and us, makes this a movie of and for its time.

1. PRECIOUS
No movie this year hit me harder than this powerhouse, named for an obese Harlem teen (glorious newcomer Gabourey Sidibe) knocked up by her daddy, battered by her mother (an Oscar-ready Mo'Nique) and laughed at by a world that looks right through her. Director Lee Daniels makes sure you look this time. And he does it with a command of filmmaking that breaks new ground. Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire is one of a kind.


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okreni obrni, nema liste na kojoj nisu Up, Up In The Air, The Hurt Locker i The Messenger.
Laufer principijelno neće da gleda Precious, al moguće je i to filmski direkt.
plus ovih filmova, do Oskara će nagrade kritike u USA (njihove i strane) osvajati i ovaj novi braće Koen.
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pa ako bi neko bio ljubezan od kolega moderatora da pomogne Perkanu i meni , bi bio zahvalan
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okreni obrni, nema liste na kojoj nisu Up, Up In The Air, The Hurt Locker i The Messenger.
Laufer principijelno neće da gleda Precious, al moguće je i to filmski direkt.
plus ovih filmova, do Oskara će nagrade kritike u USA (njihove i strane) osvajati i ovaj novi braće Koen.
vrlo interesantno da Trejvers nije na listu uvrstio Bastards. lično bih dao vrlo visoko mjesto. Ovo što po dosta (populus, tj narodnjačkih) foruma i kritika dobija loše ocjene, e to znači da je upravo sjajan.
nisam gledao ove gore pobrojane, izgleda da za njih postoji konsenzus.
po mom ličnom ukusu bih obavezno ubacio i WATCHMEN i BRUNO
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Kritičari nagradili „The Hurt Locker“
04. januar 2010.

Prve u nizu najznačajnijih godišnjih filmskih priznanja za 2009. godinu dodijelio je proteklog vikenda Američko udruženje filmskih kritičara. Rediteljka Ketrin Biglou je dobila nagradu za režiju i najbolji film “The Hurt Locker”, dok su braća Itan i Džoel Koen nagrađeni za scenario filma “A Serious Man”.

Jolanda Moro proglašena je najboljom glumicom za ulogu u francuskom filmu “Seraphin”, a Džeremi Rener najboljim glumcem zahvaljujući ulozi u ratnom filmu o iraku pomenute rediteljke Biglou.

Iako dobitnici nagrada Američkog udruženje filmskih kritičara najčešće nisu među favoritima za Oskare, ovog puta bi moglo biti drugačije.
Naime, drama „The Hurt Locker“ već je nominovana za Zlatni globus za najbolju režiju, film i scenario, Udruženje filmskih kritičara Los Anđelesa već je proglasilo najboljim filmom, a Američki filmski institut je uvrstio je među deset najboljih ostvarenja 2009. godine.

Nagrade Zlatni globus biće 67. put dodijeljene 17. januara, dok se 82. ceremonija dodjele Oskara održava 7. marta.


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rakoone ponovo imaš insajderske info. ovoga puta čak i tačne
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za ovaj film nije bilo teoretske šanse da se kiksa.
em tema, em gluma, em rediteljka. 1/1
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Hollywood had its biggest year ever with $10.6 billion — I said billion! — in the till for 2009. And we weren't just paying more for the price of a ticket. Admissions were up by four percent. But if we are defined as a culture by the movies that win the popular vote, you may be pulled up short by this list of the Top 10 winners of 2009. Take a look, then we'll talk:

1 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen $402 million

2 Avatar $352 million (and growing)-na današnji dan širom svijeta melearda
3 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince $302 million

4 Up $293 million

5 The Twilight Saga: New Moon $288 million

6 The Hangover $277 million

7 Star Trek $258 million

8 The Blind Side $209 million

9 Monsters Vs. Aliens $198 million

10 Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs $197 million

OK, don't be too depressed. Avatar, which just opened on Dec. 18th, will easily overtake the dreaded Transformers 2 to lead the box-office parade. Better to have that at the head of the class than a Michael Bay hack job. I have nothing bad to say about Avatar, Harry Potter, Up, The Hangover and Star Trek.
(a sad ono što mi posebno prija):
So 5 of the Top 10 represent solid pop achievements. As for the other five, in my dream universe small personal films such as Precious, The Hurt Locker, Up in the Air, An Education and A Serious Man would replace the pap.
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`Up,' `The Hurt Locker' top Golden Tomato Awards
Source: AP Tue Jan 12, 2010, 12:50


LOS ANGELES - An animated adventure about a widower who sails away in a house lifted by a bouquet of balloons and an up-close look at a bomb-squad unit in Iraq were the top critical favorites of 2009. Now "Up" and "The Hurt Locker" are top winners at the Golden Tomato Awards.

The awards honor the best-reviewed films of the year as determined by the Web site RottenTomatoes.com , which compiles reviews from critics to measure the percentage of favorable critiques...

Pixar's "Up" collected positive reviews from 98 percent of critics, earning it the Golden Tomato for a film in wide release. "The Hurt Locker" was the best-reviewed limited release film, with 97 percent of critics recommending it.

While there's no direct relationship between the Golden Tomatoes and the Academy Awards, .... says "Up" and "The Hurt Locker" are both likely to earn Oscar attention this year.
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e vidiš, ne mogu da vjerujem da hangover nije ni na jednoj listi
nijesi se hvalio da si gledao crazy heart
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nijesam se ja hvalio ni za jedna sto sam gledao, no [pricamo, za razliku od tebe koji furas taj urbano-prezrivi stil i neces da gledas avatar u 3-d, pa se svima hvalis ovuda i nabijas nam na nos da unistavamo planetu sa svojim 3-d preferencama.
vjerujem da bi toj listi mogao da doadm bar jedno tri-cetiri djecija filma na koja me vode moji pioniri, no ja zaspem cim pocne film i ne znam sta bi, osim ap i mit bols, koje sam cijele odgledao.
imalo je jos dobrih filmova, ma sam omasio da prosirim listu i da ih dodam, meni se svidio trevelers vajf, pa rejdio pajrats, pa ... neke druge godine, ako se buide imalo vremena.
a dje je pozdrav druze, kako sluzi zdravlje, kud se dijevas?
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svudijen liše Delte đe je 3D cinema,
moraću i rejdio pajratse da odgledam brzih dana.
Falio si, i drago mi je da si bek
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