Well, I haven't received any votes for over a week and seeing how I have the time I'll count them down right now. Here are the 10 movies of the year as voted by you! #10 Battle of Los Angeles Another alien invasion film. I didn't get a chance to see this, but seeing how it cracked the top 10 I might catch it on Netflix when it's available. #9 Moneyball What more can be said about Brad Pitt? The dude's just awesome. He may have started out as pretty boy but after movies like Fight Club and Snatch everything changed. Moneyball is a great film for anyone interested in the inner-workings of sports (in this case, baseball). When I first heard about this movie I immediately thought of Jerry Maguire, only this film is much much much better, and based on a true story. #8 Drive, Horrible Bosses & Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2 At #8 we have a three-way (that's what she said?); the jaw dropping Drive, the hilarious Horrible Bosses and the epic finale to the Harry Potter series. All three films are definitely worth checking out depending on your taste in movies. First of all, Drive is not Fast and the Furious like its marketing team may want you to believe. The trailers don't do the movie justice and I can just imagine a lot of shaved-head men with tight muscle shirts took their never-ending-text-messaging-girl-friends. No, the movie is in fact a very entertaining and thrilling story with compelling characters. It has the violence and the action one would expect but it also has brains. Horrible Bosses was one of the funniest movies this year, with a great cast and a lot of dark humor. Itâ€™s a good recommendation for anyone in the mood for a comedy. And Harry Potter, good ole Harry Potter. The film series has been around for 10 years! And after 10 years of watching Daniel Radcliffe go from a little kid to a man pretending to still be a kid, it's finally over. The series gave viewers and readers alike an epic ending to the long-running series and left fans satisfied. But if you're a fan of Harry Potter, you've most-likely seen this one so moving on... #7 Thor Thor tells a great story adapted from its comic series for fans of all generations. What begins as a mission to slay the mighty Frost Giants soon turns into an amazing tale both epic and hilarious. I was surprised at the humorous direction the film took but it was still able to keep you hooked into the action and suspense. Bring on The Avengers! #6 Rise of the Planet of the Apes Who would've thought another Apes movie would be one of the best of the year? Not I, for I was sick of the Planet of the Apes and in a time when every damn series is rebooted I was not interested in seeing yet another remake. But I gotta be honest, this film was pretty damn spectacular. Kudos to Andy Serkis for bringing life to a CGI ape and bonding a connection between him and the viewers. The apes expressions and emotions are so real and life-like that we can understand everything it's thinking without any dialogue what so ever. Truly a great film! #5 50/50 What happens when you take the indie-charm of Joseph-Gordon Levitt and pair him up with the foul-mouthed comedian Seth Rogen? You get 50/50; a movie that has the ability to blend comedy and drama perfectly. 50/50 is based on the true story of a man's battle through cancer and the brutally honest truth about friendships, relationships and family. The movie will tug on your heartstrings, yet it will also make you smile. A wonderful film and one of the best this year. #4 The Muppets It's The Muppets, nuff said. #3 Super 8 An entertaining foray into a nostalgic era of filmmaking. Nothing is entirely original, as writer/director Abrams purposely takes very obvious inspirational cues from producer Speilberg. Think "The Goonies" with a dash of "E.T." on steroids and you're part way there. Super 8 tells a touching story with all the thrills and special effects one would expect out of a summer blockbuster. #2 Captain America: The First Avenger First of all, how can the same guy play Captain America AND Johnny Storm? Doesn't Disney realize that both characters exist in the same world??? It's like a paradox! But hey, who cares really, because this was a damn good movie. Personally I'm kinda stuck between Thor and Captain America, they were both so good. But GR has made it clear this was the better film; with a set of great performances including Tommy Lee Jones doing what he does best. This was the last movie to set us up for The Avengers and I can't bloody wait! #1 X-Men: First Class I must say, this year has had a lot of surprises when it comes to movies. Just like with Drive and Planet of the Apes, when I saw the trailer for this I thought "WTF is this garbage?" And just like with the others I was surprised at how great this was. Who's in charge of doing trailers these days? They need to fire that dude. The X-Men are simply superb, there's no doubt about that. But the film franchise was sinking. First there was The Last Stand, which pissed off millions of fanboys, then Wolverine Origins that pissed off millions of fanboys all over again. But First Class rejuvenated the franchise by doing what it should've done before; focus less on the action and more on developing these characters into the complex ones we know today. By focusing more on character development, we have a better understanding of these mutants and care more about them. Which shows that even if First Class is inaccurate, it's still a well-told story. Here's hoping we'll see another prequel in the future. There ya go guys, hope you enjoyed it! Looks like we've got some crazy-good movies coming out next year (or some huge disappointments).