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Lobo’s Howls & Growls – Best & Worst Films of 2009 December 29, 2009

Posted by judylobo in Film Awards, Movie Review Archives, Movie Reviews, Photography.
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It turned out to be a good year for film. As usual, I get the most comments from you when I get stuck seeing a bad apple or as they say, a rotten tomato.  Truth be told – it is more fun to write a stinker of a review than a glowing review.  I will be seeing a few more films before the end of the year, but chances are they will not make either list.

Should you want to see the entire 2009 list go to my website and look at the column on the left.  Or, you can go to Rotten Tomatoes website  where they have  my reviews listed in alphabetical order.

If you did not pick up your holiday greeting card from my house to yours, please check it out here. Without further ado here is the list of the Best and the Worst of 2009.

Best Films of 2009Lobo Howls –
1. Crazy Heart (9.25 Howls)
2. A Serious Man (9 Howls)
3. An Education (9 Howls)
4. Bliss (9 Howls)
5. Bright Star (9 Howls)
6. The Cove (9 Howls)
7. Herb and Dorothy (9 Howls)
8. Hurt Locker (9 Howls)

9. Inglourious Basterds (9 Howls)

10. Precious (9 Howls)

11. The Road (9 Howl)

12. The Young Victoria (9 Howls)

Worst Films of 2009Lobo’s Growls –
11. Easy Virtue (4 Howls)
10. Law Abiding Citizen (4 Howls)
9. Lorna’s Silence (4 Howls)
8. Angels and Demons (3 Howls)
7. The Men Who Stare at Goats (3 Howls)
6. Local Color (3 Howls)
5. Cheri (3 Howls)
4. Away We Go (3 Howls)

3. Police, adjective (3 Holws)
2. X-Men Origins: Wolverine (3 Howls)
1. Bruno (0 Howls)

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