Last week, we rolled out our Most Redeeming Movies of 2010.
This week, it's our Critics' Choice Awards, in which we recognize those films that our panel believes were the best movies of the year as movies, whether they carried a redeeming message or not.
Seven of the choices also appear on our Most Redeeming list. All are superb films, and many of them will bring home multiple honors at this month's Academy Awards.
Directed by Tom Hooper
(Weinstein) | Rated R
Directed by David Fincher
(Sony Pictures)| Rated PG-13
3. True Grit
Directed by Joel and Ethan Coen
(Paramount) | Rated PG-13
4. Toy Story 3
Directed by Lee Unkrich
(Disney / Pixar) | Rated G
Directed by Christopher Nolan
(20th Century Fox) | Rated PG-13
6. The Fighter
Directed by David O. Russell
(Paramount) | Rated R
Directed by Debra Granik
(Roadside Attractions) | Rated R
8. Get Low
Directed by Aaron Schneider
(Sony Pictures Classics) | Rated PG-13
9. 127 Hours
Directed by Danny Boyle
(Fox Searchlight) | Rated R
Directed by Nathan Greno and Byron Howard
(Disney) | Rated PG
Biutiful, Black Swan, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, How to Train Your Dragon, Rabbit Hole, The Secret of Kells, Somewhere, The Town
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