1. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
    I love Jim Carrey in a serious role, the love story between Joel and Clementine is told beautifully, the sets are just crazy good
  2. Super 8
    Good child acting, great dialogue, spectacular imagery
  3. 50/50
    The range of emotion in Seth Rogen's character, all of the scenes between Anna Kendrick and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, moments of comic relief, phenomenally realistic acting
  4. The Way Way Back
    Steve Carrel, Massachusetts, I easily identified with the uncomfortable teenage protagonist
  5. Stranger Than Fiction
    The opening sequence, I enjoy Will Ferrel's dramatic acting, Maggie Gyllenhaal's character is fantastic, the scene where Ms. Pascaal (Maggie Gyllenhaal) makes Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) dip a cookie in milk and eat it
  6. Moonrise Kingdom
    The music, the titles, the camera angles
  7. Jeff Who Lives At Home
    The realistic quality of Jeff, I am an Ed Helms fan girl, the way everything comes together at the end of the movie
  8. 500 Days of Summer
    The music, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel are excellent, I appreciate that the fate of Tom and Summer's relationship is realistic (I'm not onboard with Tom meeting a girl named "Autumn")
  9. Seeking a Friend for the End of The World
    The unlikely relationship between Dodge and Penny, the news reporter is a good mix between classic and contemporary, the dialogue
  10. The Art of Getting By
    The characters, the action, the ending