Trailer drops for Paul Thomas Anderson's "Phantom Thread"                The Big Sick, Jamie Bell and Stand Up for Something to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards                "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri": October Oscar predictions                "Get Out" leads the Gotham Award nominations                'Blade Runner 2049,' 'The Disaster Artist' to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards                Hollywood Contenders – Looking at Best Original Screenplay hopefuls                Todd Haynes explores the world of children with "Wonderstruck"                MUDBOUND and COCO to be Honored at Hollywood Film Awards                "The Killing of a Sacred Deer" pairs Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman once again                "Wonder Wheel" closes NYFF with a commanding Kate Winslet turn                Sam Rockwell and Allison Janney to Receive Hollywood Supporting Actor and Hollywood Supporting Actress Awards at "Hollywood Film Awards"                Hollywood Contenders – Looking at Best Adapted Screenplay hopefuls                "Breathe" aims to return Andrew Garfield to Oscar contention                Mary J. Blige, Timothée Chalamet and the Cast of "I, Tonya" - Margot Robbie, Allison Janney, Sebastian Stan, Paul Walter Hauser to be honored at the 21st Annual "Hollywood Film Awards."                New Trailer drops for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi"        

The Top 10… Movies of 2010, Thus Far

HollywoodNews.com: Having recently passed the halfway point of 2010, I thought it would be an appropriate time to offer a list of the top 10 films of the year, thus far, based on a combination of my personal views and the general consensus of the critical community. As others have noted, it hasn’t been as strong a first-half as even last year, which wasn’t all that strong itself, so it’s probable that only one or two of these films will also appear on the Academy’s top 10 list (aka the list of the best picture nominees) shortly after the end of the year.

10. "Get Low" (7/30)

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Aaron Schneider's quirky feature debut premiered last September at the Toronto International Film Festival (where I saw it), got picked up by Sony Pictures Classics while there, and will be unveiled to the world at the end of the month. It provides a rare but welcomed star-vehicle for the great Robert Duvall, who's now 79, and who plays a mysterious backwoods hermit who comes out of seclusion in order to plan -- with the assistance of Bill Murray -- a "living funeral" for himself. Lucas Black and Sissy Spacek also star.

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