Resident Evil: Afterlife (3D) (2010)
. Fuck me, this was awful. I don't even want to go into specifics. I hated it so much that I don't want to spend any more time thinking about it. It's making me physically ill. Seriously. As I was typing this I threw up in my mouth a little.
The Town (2010)
. While I never really bought the idea that Affleck's character would fall so hard for the bank teller this was still relatively entertaining. The action was good, the characters were engaging and the plot was believable, I guess. Maybe we can have some comments from real bank robbers telling me how full of shit all those scenes were.
Eat, Pray, Love (2010)
. Fucking awful. Julia Roberts plays an absolutely horrible, horrible character. This movie is less about someone "finding herself" and more about someone exhibiting a complete abdication of responsibility.
"Oooh! Look at the marvels of Italy, how the crumbling buildings hold such magical character! We don't have anything like this in New York!"
Yeah, you do. It's called The Bronx.
"Oooh! Look at the secret spirituality I can gain by washing floors and meditating! I could never find this at home!"
Uh, yeah, you can. The city is chock full of nut jobs selling God. Also, I'm sure just about any hospital or museum would be happy to have people volunteer to clean for free. It might not be as spiritual as they'll give you a buffing machine, but the principle is the same.
"Oooh! Bali is soooo esoteric and blah blah blah blah blah..."
God, why can't she just catch some incurable tropical diseases and end this film?