10 Years [Blu-ray]
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
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Have you been to your ten-year high school reunion yet? If you have then you will relate to this film starring Channing Tatum. There were a couple of stereotypes like the hot girl everyone's eager to see whether or not she got fat. Or the class bully whom you're hoping doesn't show up at all. Most of all, though, when you go to your reunion you're eager to see the people who meant the most to you. Like a sweetheart, or the guy you had a crush on. All of these scenarios are represented in this film. I admit, I chose it because of Anthony Mackie whom I'd just seen kicking vampire butt in Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, but I'm glad I watched this film. It was more poignant than I thought it would be. A lot of the characters matured in the ten years since they'd graduated. Although one of them was still a bully deep down even though he made a show of having 'changed'. Entertaining and even enlightening, give 10 Years a try.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2012
I was a little reluctant to watch this movie given the couple bad reviews that I read on Amazon and the "average" IMDB rating. I just finished watching this and I would indeed rate this at least 7 out of 10. The story line had humor, romance, realism, and the acting and storyline were both above average.

I don't like silly movies that have no heart or emotion in both acting and storyline, and this movie, 10 Years, has both Heart and Emotion and left me feeling like watching it again.

This will go into my movie Library.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on January 2, 2013
10 Years has a great cast and the performances are all very good. The problem, or the movie's strong point, depending on your taste, is that the pace and the individual stories are very realistic. The problem with that is that things move a little slowly. I did enjoy the movie, and it's worth the price of a rental, but it's not something that I would go out of my way to see again.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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Oh, the high school reunion movie! As a place for big surprises, you can't beat the environment of catching up with people you once knew to see if they turned out the way in which you anticipated. In many ways, it's easy for everyone to identify with some aspect or group in the high school social scene--so the reunion comedies can oftentimes strike a nostalgic chord with viewers. "10 Years" boasts an incredibly appealing cast and is, simply put, easy enough to like. It doesn't break any new ground, there are no shocking or uncomfortable revelations, and it plays out just as you know it will. But despite its familiarity, it still is a pleasant (if unchallenging) way to spend your time. A slew of famous, or almost famous, faces fill the cast and the picture has a relaxing charm that just might make you wistful for your younger days. It might not be the freshest movie you've ever seen, but it is quite enjoyable and even sweet. And that's perfectly okay in my book.

Among the stars assembled for this little picture are Channing Tatum, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Chris Pratt, Rosario Dawson, and Justin Long, but almost everyone is recognizable. There are a number of disparate plot threads as people catch up with each other and their lives. I particularly liked Pratt as a reformed bully intent on making amends. As the night progresses and the liquor flows, Pratt resorts to some of his old tricks much to the chagrin of his suffering pregnant wife (a great Ari Graynor). Another story that I enjoyed involved Oscar Isaac as a successful recording artist who reunites with an unrequited love (Kate Mara). The movie's sweetest moment comes as he sings his hit song and its lyrics come as a pleasant surprise to Mara (always an underrated presence). Other story lines range from amusing to cathartic. If anything, perhaps too much build-up was given to the reconnection of former flames Tatum and Dawson. Ostensibly the dramatic focal point of the movie (and nicely handled), I liked the more unexpected sidelines I mentioned above a bit more.

In the end, "10 Years" succeeds because of its rather modest ambitions. I found it charming and fun with hints of sadness, just like life. Did it surprise me? Not really. But that worked to the movie's advantage in this case. It made me remember the silliness of youth and reflect on how we're all meant to grow up from those days. The screenplay is far subtler than some comparable pictures, and that's a good thing too. The movie both acknowledges the standard cliches associated with high school and allows the viewer a glimpse past them. About 3 1/2 stars, I'll round up because I really thought the cast did a good job. KGHarris, 1/13.
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12 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on October 30, 2012
I read the only review posted here and was disgusted. The reviewer didn't "get" the movie at all and that's a shame. If he would take the time to READ about what the movie was about before he saw it he may understand the things he didn't like are EXACTLY what the storyline said it would be and IS. It's a brilliant collection of individuals who act just as real people act in the situation of the story. Jamie Linden did an excellent job capturing what a high school reunion is like and how the characters of your past change or don't!

I thought the movie flew by and would have liked to know even more and be able to spend even more time with the characters. I can't wait for the video to be released and will have to add it to my library. I also look forward to the next Linden production.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 19, 2013
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Call me crazy but I always love movies centered around high school reunions. 10 YEARS is no exception. The cast is very attractive and engaging and the plot is, well, pretty typical of every other movie of this genre. It does not move along as quickly as, say, ROMY & MICHELLE'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, but toward the end the pace quickens a bit. There is a lot of dialogue in this film and I seemed to have a bit of difficulty hearing all the lines of the actors. Not sure if it was the sound quality or my aging ears. There were some funny parts and some heartfelt moments. There seems to be a character that almost everyone could identify with. Overall, this was not my favorite high school reunion movie, but it certainly wasn't the worst. It's worth seeing, just for the attractive cast if nothing else. I liked it and I will share it with friends.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The only thing more boring than going to your class reunion is watching someone else's boring class reunion. The film goes from boring bad to uncomfortably stupid. The conversations were real life boring. What we learn is that chicks like guys who can sing or break dance. They dislike obnoxious drunks and ex-girlfriends.

We have a cross section of mostly white, fit, largely pretentious crowd get together. The former class bully who kept apologizing to everyone made the movie extremely stupid. I paused the film in the middle to wash my hair...and I am bald. Not worth paying a rental price. Go watch "The Big Chill" again or "Pretty Ugly People" if you want to see a decent reunion film.

Parental Guide: f-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 6, 2013
Seemed a little slow at first but ended up being a good movie. I would recommend others to watch this movie.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2012
Good showing of how reunion would be but not that gat of a movie in my opinion. Worth a watch if you're bored
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2012
its worth the time to watch, my husband and I enjoyed it very much and would probably watch again. good story
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