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26 December 2009 One Comment
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Top Movie Films of 2009

Best Movie Films of 2009

2009 seems to have gone in a blur. Every year seems to go faster the one before!

As we look back at the films of 2009, it was really a huge for the film industry. Several movies had record-breaking box office figures and we saw the success of more sequels then ever before. As we speak Avatar, a movie that cost half a billion dollars to get out, is ringing up the box office.

How many transformer movies were there? How many alien movies? How many remakes of old series? Batman returned with a bang. Terminator returned with a thud. So did Star Trek. The fantasy genre is exploding off the coattails of Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia and Harry Potter now followed by vampires and greek mythology. Comic book movies continue to be popular from Wolverine to Watchmen. Pixar continues to bring out masterpieces such as UP (saw it, loved it) and others produce movies that breaks my heart because it truly is a depiction of our degrading culture: Bruno (did not see it).

I barely remember but luckily through the power of YouTube and the people’s desire to create mashups of just about everything, we can watch this 2009 film mashup. Enjoy.

  • What was the best film you saw in 2009?
  • What was the worst movie you saw in 2009?

I’ll start –
Best: UP (Pixar) & Star Trek (J.J. Abrams) – Ok I cheated and picked two.
Worst: Knowing (we went expecting to watch Monsters vs Aliens, then we switched… never watching anything nicholas cage is in again).

One Comment »

  • Jenn Chen said:

    I didn’t see that many movies this year, or maybe I’m just getting old and can’t remember what I watched. My favorite is UP (it’s even made my very short list of all-time favorite movies). The only other movie I watched was Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, which I didn’t like because it was too different from the book, lacked plot/character development (especially for Dumbledore) and focused too much on teenage romance.

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