I’ve already revealed my picks for the top 10 movies of 2010. And I’m happy with all of my choices, though there were a few flicks I loved that barely missed making the final cut — sorry, “Kick-Ass,” “How to Train Your Dragon” and “127 Hours”! But that list represents the opinion of just one man (yours truly) — and since everyone has an opinion, I want to hear from you, the loyal MTV Movies Blog readers, about your favorite films of the year.
To this end, I’ve created a poll that includes 34 of the year’s biggest blockbusters and critical darlings. Some of the films have been raking in the awards (“The Social Network,” “The King’s Speech,” “Black Swan,” etc.), while others aren’t exactly Best Picture-worthy but may have carved out a special place in your movie-loving heart regardless (I’m looking at you “Harry Potter” and “Twilight”).
That’s why this poll is specifically asking you to vote for your favorite film of the past 365 days (give or take). Pinpointing the best movies or the best anything can be a dicey proposition because putting that kind of label on something makes it sound very objective… when it is, in fact, our opinions are the definition of subjective. Critics and awards prognosticators can argue about the best until the cows come home, but no one can tell you that something isn’t your favorite if you say it is.
So hit the jump to vote for your favorite film of 2010. And, if for some reason it isn’t included in the poll, hit the comments to tell me why it should have been. Be sure to get your vote in by 2 p.m. on Dec. 30, and come back later that day to see the final results. Thanks, and happy holidays!