The year of 2010 was a great year and was full of unexpected surprises. The entertainment business released a lot of remakes this year and some movie that just didn’t even make the top ten. We’ve come a long way since the beginning of movie making entertainment.
20. Sex and the City 2- Starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis and the rest of the cast of the T.V. series. Woman struggling with life and love go on a trip with Samantha, where her ex is filming a movie. The movie grossed over $95.33 million dollars.
19. Date Night- Starring Steve Carell and Tina Fey. An identity mistake drastically changes a bored couples life. One night of romance turns into something dangerous. The movie grossed over $98.71 million dollars.
18. The Expendables- Starring Sylvester Stallon and Jet Li. A team travels to South America on a mission to overturn a dictator. The movie grossed over $101.00 million dollars.
17. Robin Hood- Starring Russel Crowe and Cate Blanchett. Remake of the original 1938 movie. In England, Robin and his partners confront currption in their local village. Gaining an alter of power that will forever change the balance of the world. The movie grossed over $105.22 million dollars.
16. Valentine’s Day- Starring Jessica Alba and Kathy Bates. Couples and singles make-up and break-up from the pressures of Valentine’s Day. The movie grossed over $110.34 million dollars.
15. Salt- Starring Angelina Jolie and Liev Schreiber. A CIA agent is accused of being a Russian spy and is on the run. The movies takes a twist and turn. The movie grossed over $116.76 million dollars.
14. The Other Guys- Starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. Two New York City detectives who seem mismatched, step up to be like the star cops in their town and things take a wrong turn. The movie grossed over $116.97 million dollars.
13. Shutter Island- Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo. Marshall Teddy Daniels investigates the disappearance of a murderer that escaped from a mental hospital. Setting is in 1954. The movie grossed over $127.56 million dollars.
12. The Last Airbender- Starring Noah Ringer and Dev Patel. The adventures of Aang, who is a successer of life long Avatars. He puts his childhood away to stop Fire Nation from enslaving the Water, Earth, and Air nations. The movie grossed over $131.57 million dollars.
11. Grown Ups- Starring Adam Sandler and Kevin James. After their basketball coach passes away, five former best friends reunite for a 4th of July weekend. The movie grossed over $160.98 million dollars.
10. Clash of the Titans- Starring Sam Worthington and Liam Neeson. Remake of the original 1981 movie. Zeus, the mortal son of god embarks on a journey to stop the underworld from spreading their evil to earth and the heavens. The movie grossed over $163.192 million dollars.
9. The Karate Kid- Starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan. Remake of the original 1984 movie. A single working mother moves to China with her son who embraces Kung Fu taught by a popular master. The movie grossed over $176.560 million dollars.
8. How to Train Your Dragon- Starring Jay Baruchel and Gerard Butler. A young viking that enjoys hunting dragons becomes a friend to one unexpectedly. He learns there are more to creatures than he thought. The movie grossed over $217.388.
7. Shrek Forever After- Starring Mike Meyers and Eddie Murphy. The fourth Shrek movie. Shrek is tricked into a mid-life crisis burden that and he allows himself to be erased from all existence and is trapped into a dark alternative timeline. The movie grossed over $238.327 million dollars.
6. Despicable Me- Starring Steve Carell and Jason Segal. A criminal mastermind uses a trio of orphans for a grand scheme. He later finds himself changed by the love between them. The movie grossed over $244.701 million dollars.
5. Inception- Starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Trapped in a world where technology exists and enters the human mind through visions of dreams. A theif is given his last chance at redemption involving completing his toughest job yet, inception. The movie grossed over $287.651 million dollars.
4. Twilight: Eclipse- Starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson. A string of mysterious killings happening in Seattle, Bella is forced to choose between her vampire lover Edward or her friendship with werewolf Jacob. The movie grossed over $300.099 million dollars.
3. Iron Man 2- Starring Robert Downey Jr. and Don Cheadle. Tony Stark the billionaire must deal with deadly issues involving the government. He uses his superhero alter ego Iron Man. The movie grossed over $312.057 million dollars.
2. Alice In wonderland- Starring Johnny Depp and Mia Wasikowska. Remake of the original 1951 animated movie. A 19 year old young lady returns to the magical world from her childhood and reunites with old friend and discovers her true destiny. The movie grossed over $333.920 million dollars.
1. Toy Story 3- Starring Tom Hanks and Tim Allen. The toys are sent to a daycare center by mistake and take a challenging journey back home. The movie grossed over $410.608 million dollars.