Toy Story 3 Tops Tarantino’s Top 10 of 2010

By: 01.03.11  •  25 Comments
Quentin Tarantino recently chose his top 20 movies of 2010, led by Toy Story 3. Excluding the ones I still haven’t seen, all of his choices made at least my honorable mentions list, with the exceptions of Robin Hood and Knight and Day. Seriously, Q, Robin Hood? He must have let the Coke Wizard choose that one.  (That’s the magical wizard behind Tarantino in the picture who shows up when Quentin does too much blow).  I don’t have one of those, but there is a leprechaun who bruises me up and pees in my bed when I drink too much. I’ll get you one day, Shameus O’Reardon.

1. Toy Story 3
2. The Social Network
3. Animal Kingdom
4. I Am Love
5. Tangled
6. True Grit
7. The Town
8. Greenberg
9. Cyrus
10. Enter The Void (“Hands down best credit scene of the year … Maybe best credit scene of the decade. One of the greatest in cinema history.”)

11. Kick-Ass
12. Knight and Day
13. Get Him To The Greek
14. The Fighter
15. The Kings Speech
16. The Kids Are All Right
17. How To Train Your Dragon
18. Robin Hood
19. Amer
20. Jackass 3-D [via]

Unfortunately, he doesn’t explain his choices further.  Some notable snubs: Inception, Black Swan, Winter’s Bone, and especially Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, which I assume he’s seen, considering he and director Edgar Wright are friendly enough for Wright to speak at his Friar’s Club roast earlier this year.  My best guess is that he was pissed Scott didn’t end up with the Asian chick.

Here’s that credit scene from Enter the Void:

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