Must Watch: Filmography 2010 Celebrates This Year in Cinema
by Ethan Anderton
December 14, 2010
As the end of the year looms closer, it's time to look back at this year in cinema with the traditional montage of films from 2010. While retrospective videos from years past have been impressive, this one from YouTube user Genrocks (via The Daily What) might blow them all out of the water. Using clips from blockbusters like Iron Man 2 and Inception, great indies like Howl and Catfish, documentaries like Casino Jack and the United States of Money and Waiting for Superman and hundreds more, Filmography 2010 is phenomenally edited and really makes you want to watch all your favorite movies from 2010 all over again.
Filmography 2010 looks back at this past year in motion pictures:
What separates this video from the others is the seamless editing between visuals and dialogue as opposed to just finely tuned cuts to different music. Of course, the music creates a perfect tone in each of the themed segments that highlight action, love, spectacle and humor in one 6-minute package. If you're curious about the music used in the video, just check out the YouTube page. And if you're trying to figure out all 270 films included in this montage (which the creator says includes "anything that was either produced or distributed in 2010" by way of this Wikipedia entry) fortunately that's available right here. There will likely be more of these as the year winds down, but this is definitely a great one get things going as 2010 wraps up. Cool eh?