Reverse Shot's Two Cents of 2010

by robbiefreeling
January 10, 2011 4:40 AM
5 Comments
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Our annual nail in the coffin has been hammered: our final thoughts on the year in film, our last airing of grievances, and our ultimate chance to mention those films that might have been passed over in either our Ten Best or our 11 Offenses. "Two Cents" constitutes the year's most unanticipated awards gala, including honors for the “We Should Have Reviewed This” Award, Most Overlooked Performance, Worst Cinematography, Most Unexpectedly Moving Finale, Best and Worst Ending, Scariest Performance, Worst 3-D, Least-Expectedly Effective Horror Scenario, the Alfred Molina Award for Overacting, Most Endangered Species, Best Action Sequence, the “Oh, Right, That Came Out This Year and Thanks for Reminding Me, Armond White” Award, and much more! Read on!, and say, goodnight, 2010, you old bitch.


They said what about me? I'll show those punks a thing or two . . .

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5 Comments

  • fat connie | January 25, 2011 11:15 AMReply

    king's speech, worst cinematography. ha ha ha. you clearly know more about cameras, lenses, framing and color correction than the members of the ASC who honored the film this year. great call MK!

  • RG | January 14, 2011 5:48 AMReply

    trash humpers should ve been mentioned somewhere...cmon!

    keep on truckin RS thanx

  • Alex Murillo | January 11, 2011 8:11 AMReply

    Have the "But What About..."? and "Get Over It" segments been permanently dropped? Last year, they were dropped because of the whole "Decade in Review" thing, but this year I was looking forward to their return.

  • Emmett Booth | January 11, 2011 5:23 AMReply

    Kept laughing through the Made in Dagenham entry. Great job, RS.

  • seanmcavoy | January 10, 2011 10:13 AMReply

    Multiple laughs out loud at the Morning Glory entry.