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Toy Story 3: Continuing a run of predictably astounding quality, this threequel is arguably better than the first two. Making sure that summer '10 didn't pass without a shortage of tears, this nostalgia-fest was packed with superb characters, big belly laughs and superb set-pieces. A fitting send-off.
Inception: By now, you should have guessed that a Christopher Nolan movie is practically a guaranteed highlight of the summer. Without precedent (this was the director's first flick not to be based on an existing property), Inception rewarded that rarest of studio gambles: an original, intelligent and challenging blockbuster.
Iron Man 2: When the first movie was released, Iron Man wasn't the best known character from the comic-book stable. Expectations were bigger this time around, but Jon Favreau still delivered on the fun quotient, as the scale was broadened to make room for The Avengers...
Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World: The relative lack of box-office love bestowed on Edgar Wright's Hollywood debut seems to have intensified the affection fans have for what's destined to be a beloved cult favourite. The stylistic tics, inspired by video games and comic books, engross without being distracting.
The Other Guys: Mark Wahlberg shows that he really should do funny more often, as he teams with Will Ferrell for an event comedy that actually delivers where it counts: in laughs. Big name cameos and explosive action mean little if you can't keep the chuckles coming, but The Other Guys has no worries on that score...
As Suggested By: Andrew Amphlett, Alex Gidley, Rick Littlewood, Huzefa Kutiyanawala, Greg Breen