IMDB Users’ Top 25 Movies And Movie Stars Of 2010

If you have an IMDB log in (I do, but I’ve barely ever done anything with it) then you can go beyond just looking up That One Guy and everything he’s ever done and give your own star-rating to the films. At year’s end, the IMDB have just revealed 2010’s most appreciated films by the users and abusers of this service.

25. Unthinkable

24. Red

23. Iron Man 2

22. Megamind

21. Unstoppable

20. Easy A

19. Machete

18. Let Me In

17. Four Lions

16. The Kids Are Alright

15. Winter’s Bone

14. The Ghost aka The Ghost Writer

13. Despicable Me

12. Ip Man 2

11. Buried

10. The Town

9. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

8. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

7. Shutter Island

6. Kick-Ass

5. Tangled

4. How to Train Your Dragon

3. The Social Network

2. Toy Story 3

1. Inception

The big surprise there is Unthinkable, I’d say. Directed by Buffalo Soldiers and The Informers‘ Gregor Jordan, it completely slipped past me on release here in the UK. Of course, that release was direct to disc. I’m most curious to see it now, to see if I can find any clues as to why it please the IMDB crowd so much.

There’s nothing surprising about the top 3 films, though. We’re seeing those, in some order or another, topping off a lot of year end lists.

Beyond this, the site has also compiled its list of “the top 25 stars for 2010”. These rankings, the IMDB explain, “are not based upon critical assessments or box-office performance but the actual search behavior of the more than 100 million monthly unique users of IMDb.com”.

25. Scarlett Johansson

24. Emma Stone

23. Sandra Bullock

22. Mila Kunis

21. Rachael McAdams

20. Natalie Portman

19. Bruce Willis

18. Dakota Fanning

17. Nicolas Cage

16. Matt Damon

15. Zooey Deschanel

14. Taylor Lautner

13. Ryan Reynolds

12. Tom Cruise

11. Angelina Jolie

10. Zoe Saldana

9. Megan Fox

8. Gerard Butler

7. Christian Bale

6. Robert Downey Jr.

5. Brad Pitt

4. Leonardo Di Caprio

3. Robert Pattinson

2. Kristen Stewart

1. Johnny Depp

Twelve ladies, thirteen chaps – though the the spread of guys has placed higher. I bet Google Image Search rankings would tell a different story.