March 2010
- Everybody's Fine {Oh, I bawled my eyes out a few times here. Beautiful movie about a widower who misses the link between his children - their mother - and decides to travel through the country to surprise visit them all. The kids, however, are pre-occupied: one of them is in serious trouble, and they don't want to worry their dad.}
- My Dad's Six Wives {Apparently every woman in the world is willing to marry obnoxious electronica salesman Tim Allen. Unbelievable. It was funny though, but seriously, I would have believed it if it was George Clooney.}
- The Rebound {Catherine Zeta-Jones cougars it up nicely with Justin Bartha after her husband cheats on her.}
- A Serious Man {Yeah... Not getting the hype for this one. I wanted to like it, thought it was a bit pointless instead. Quit watching after little over an hour.}
- Nine {Amazing cast, of course, all of whom can sing a tune. This was a fun movie, sultry - especially due to Penelope Cruz. The Fellinian atmosphere was so well done.}

February 2010
- The Hurt Locker {I usually don't like war movies - had to make an earlier exception for Inglourious Basterds, too - but this, to me, was more about the emotions and tensions of being in Iraq as a soldier. Jeremy Renner can speak a thousand words simply via facial expression.}
- Crazy Heart {Oh, how I loved this movie. Jeff Bridges really can do anything. It was nice to see Colin Farrell in a quiet, mature role as well. Maggie Gyllenhaal: I absolutely love her but she's not a favorite for best supporting actress for me.}
- Men Who Stare at Goats {it was okay, think I may have expected a bit more. The end bit was pure brilliance though!} 
- Inglourious Basterds* {I don't think I've ever seen a movie with a better build up of tension; this is Tarantino at his finest. I'm not a fan of Brad Pitt, but he was great in this.}
- The Blind Side {Sandra Bullock for the Oscar? I think she's got a shot. Moving, just lovely: a movie about a random act of kindness which kind of helps restore my faith that there are good people out there}
- Serious Moonlight {Meg Ryan & Timothy Hutton both got on my nerves, so did KBell}
- Sherlock Holmes* {Hilarious performance by RDJ, definitely recommend it}
- An Education* {Can see why Carey Mulligan is tipped to be the new Audrey Hepburn}
- Precious: based on the novel Push by Sapphire*{heart-breaking. What a movie}
- Sydney White {ah, it was on TV. cute modern day Snow White adaptation w/ Amanda Bynes}
- Couples Retreat {pffffffffffft... irritating people who don't appreciate what they have.}
- Up in the Air* {Can't put my finger on why exactly, but this was interesting.}
- The Invention of Lying {Great concept - everyone always tell the truth until someone discovers lying - and Jen Garner is a bonus, but I'm not a fan of Ricky Gervais}
- Avatar 3D* {this is a must! beautiful effects and artwork, with an important storyline, too. great movie.}
- It's Complicated*{extremely feel good. I had such a wonderful evening watching this one. Meryl Streep <3}
- I Hate Valentine's Day {Nia Vardalos & John Corbett reunite in a forced movie about commitment. Lacks charm of My Big Fat Greek Wedding}

*= recommended