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75 plus most anticipated films of 2010


por Diego Taborda

The Playlist es un blog que acostumbro a leer porque tienen un visión diferente sobre las pelis. Ellos las escuchan y postulan frecuentemente partecitas de pelis bien divertidas. Además lo leo porque están muy actualizados y me ayudan a organizar agendas de lo que sería interesante ver o escuchar.

Los traigo a colación por una entrada súper interesante: Las 75 pelis que más queremos ver del 2010.
También tienen las 65 pelis que no queremos ver pero pues esa lista se las dejo a ustedes para que revisen el blog que en serio es súper recomendado.

Por ahora, la lista copiada y pegada en este humilde blog pero que pueden checar más concienzudamente en el blog de ellos (75 plus most anticipated films of 2010):

“Inception” – Warner Bros. – Christopher Nolan

“The Fighter” – Paramount – Dir. David O. Russell

“Somewhere” – Focus Films – Dir. Sofia Coppola

“Tree of Life” – Apparition – Dir. Terrence Malick

“Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World” – Universal – Dir. Edgar Wright

“Black Swan” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. Darren Aronofsky

“Biutiful” – Focus Features – dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu

“Greenberg” – Focus Features – dir. Noah Baumbach

“Your Highness” – Universal – dir. David Gordon Green

“Paul” – Universal – dir. Greg Mottola

“The Adjustment Bureau” – Universal – Dir. George Nolfi

“Due Date” – Warner Brothers – Dir. Todd Phillips

“The American” – Focus Features – dir. Anton Corbijn

“Knockout” – Lionsgate – dir. Steven Soderbergh

“The Social Network” – Columbia – Dir. David Fincher

“The Rum Diary” – Warner Bros. – Dir. Bruce Robinson

“Shutter Island” – Columbia/Paramount – Dir. Martin Scorsese

“Hereafter” – Dreamworks SKG – Dir. Clint Eastwood

“The Conspirator” – American Film Co. – Dir. Robert Redford

“Restless” – Sony – Dir. Gus Van Sant

“Untitled Aron Ralston Project” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. Danny Boyle

“It’s Kind Of A Funny Story” – Focus Features – dir. Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden

“Untitled James L. Brooks Project” – Sony – James L. Brooks

“Green Zone” – Universal – Dir. Paul Greengrass

“Never Let Me Go” – TBD – Dir. Mark Romanek

“Serge Gainsbourg: A Life Heroic” – Universal France/Seville Pictures – dir. Joann Sfar

“London Boulevard” – GK Films – dir. William Monahan

“Howl” – TBD – dir. Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman

“Blue Valentine” – TBD – dir. Derek Cianfrance

“We Need to Talk About Kevin” – BBC Films – Dir. Lynne Ramsay

“The Descendants” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. Alexander Payne

“The Beaver” – Summit Entertainment – dir. Jodie Foster

“Miral” – TBD – dir. Julian Schnabel

“The Grand Master” – TBD – dir. Wong Kar-Wai

“Kaboom” – TBD – dir. Gregg Araki

“The First Gun” – Sony Pictures Classics – dir. Zhang Yimou

“The Tempest” – Miramax – Dir. Julie Taymor

Untitled Mike Leigh film – Focus Features – dir. Mike Leigh

“The Kids Are All Right” – Antidote Films – Lisa Cholodenko

“True Grit” – Universal – Ethan & Joel Coen

“Untitled Joaquin Phoenix Documentary” – TBD – Dir. Casey Affleck

“The Runaways” – Apparition – Dir. Floria Sigismondi

“The Killer Inside Me” – dir. Michael Winterbottom

“Cedar Rapids” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. Miguel Arteta

“The Ghost Writer” – Summit Entertainment – Roman Polanski

“Rabbit Hole” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. John Cameron Mitchell

“The Town” – Warner Brothers – dir. Ben Affleck

“Henry’s Crime” – TBD – dir. Malcolm Venville

“Ceremony” – TBD – dir. Max Winkler

“The Way Back” – Scott Rudin Productions – Dir. Peter Weir

“Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps” – 20th Century Fox – dir. Oliver Stone

“Holy Rollers” – TBD – Dir. Kevin Asch

“Hesher” – Last Picture Company – dir. Spencer Susser

“Sympathy For Delicious” – TBD – dir. Mark Ruffalo

“Triple Frontier” – Paramount – dir. Kathryn Bigelow

“At Swim-Two-Birds” – Parallel Films – dir. Brendan Gleeson

“Brighton Rock” – Optimum Releasing – dir. Rowan Joffe

“Fair Game” – River Road – dir. Doug Liman

“Meek’s Cutoff” – TBD – dir. Kelly Reichardt

“The Eagle of the Ninth”- Focus Features – Dir. Kevin Macdonald

“What’s Wrong With Virginia?” – TBD – dir. Dustin Lance Black

“Cyrus” – Fox Searchlight – Dir. Duplass Brothers

“The Baster” – Miramax – dir. Will Speck and Josh Gordon

“The Other Guys” (“The B-Team”) – Sony – Dir. Adam McKay

“The Last Word” – TBD – dir. David Mackenzie

“Savage Innocent” (aka “Wild Child”) – TBD – dir. Larry Clark

“Perrier’s Bounty” – dir. Ian Fitzgibbon

“The Company” – dir. John Wells

“Animal Kingdom” – TBD – dir. David Michôd

“Get Him To the Greek” – Universal – Dir. Nicholas Stoller

“You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger” – Mediapro – dir. Woody Allen

“Peacock” – Mandate – dir. Michael Lander

“All Good Things” – The Weinstein Company – Andrew Jarecki

“Butter” – TBD – dir. Craig Gillespie

“Source Code” – Vendome Pictures- dir. Duncan Jones

“The Tourist” – Columbia – Dir. Alfonso Cuaron

“Hanna” – Focus Features – dir. Joe Wright

“Mute”- Liberty Films – dir. Duncan Jones

“The Cross” – dir. Andrew Niccol

“Satisfaction” – Film 4 – Dir. Miranda July

“Deep Tiki” – Universal – Dir. Cameron Crowe

Como ven hay cosas realmente interesantes en este listado, directores de los cuales no habíamos escuchado en un buen tiempo, actores que empiezan a dirigir, los directores queridos de siempre, los más grandes, los más independientes. Hay para todos los gustos y de todas las categorías.

Este año pinta bueno, vamos a ver cuántas pelis podemos ver de este gran listado.

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3 thoughts on “75 plus most anticipated films of 2010

  1. A friend of mine mentioned 2012 last night to me and it’s the first I heard about it so I jumped on here out of curiosity. I think it’s kind of sick and sounds like a bunch of skeptical jargon.
    I choose to live every day like it is the last because let’s be real, WHO THE HELL KNOWS what is going to happen or when it’s your time to go on. The past is history, the future is a mystery and now is a gift, thats why it’s called the present. It’s not healthy to sit around and trip out about when you will die. Stop wasting your time you have now.
    Nibiru
    – some truth about 2012

  2. Well my apologies to you, my friend.

    Just about now i received a notification of your comment. Thank you for post it.
    Indeed, 2012 is more than a movie is how we are going to understand those visions because clearly are not facts and without certain of anything you persist as the master of your domains, of your destiny.

    If the world will die on 2012, fine, but what if it won’t?
    Live your life to make your own life happy that’s my motto 🙂

  3. Pingback: The Way Back « La Vacación

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