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2010 - Movies, Series, and Documentaries


1. Inn of the Sixth Happiness
2. Beyond the Sea
3. The Other Boleyn Girl
4. Love Comes Softly
5. Love's Enduring Promise
6. The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
7. Love's Long Journey
8. Love's Abiding Joy
9. Love's Unending Legacy
10. Love's Unfolding Dream
11. The Last Holiday
12. Emma (Kate Beckinsale)
13. Invictus
14. The Rookie
15. The Inheritance
16. Little Women
17. The Last Sin Eater
18. Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning
19. Elizabethtown
20. Little Dorrit
21. Avatar
22. Emma (Ramola Garai)
23. Mad Men I
24. She Stoops To Conquer
25. Mad Men II
26. Grizzly Man (intense!)
27. Ruth Rendell Mystery: Master of the Moor
28. Young@Heart (sweet documentary)
29. The Nativity Story
30. Lark Rise to Candleford: Series 1
31. Lark Rise to Candleford: Series 2
32. Glee I
33. Lark Rise to Candleford: Series 3
34. Book of John: Part Two
35. Food, Inc.
36. Miracle at Midnight (awesome!)
37. This is It
38. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (first time!)
39. Annie
40. Life After Tomorrow
41. Mad Men 3
42. Road to Avonlea 2
43. Rick Steve's Iran (great!)
44. Father Brown Mysteries Series 2
45. Ivanhoe
46. The Fantastic Four: Silver Surfer
47. The Merchant of Venice (Al Pacino rocks but put it on Clear Play!)
48. Newsies
49. Being Julia
50. The Producers (Wilder, Mostel)
51. Fireproof
52. Toy Story 3
53. Fantastic Four
54. The Producers (Lane, Broderick)
55. Precious
56. The Art of Reading (Teaching Company)
57. Capote
58. The Princess Bride
59. An Education
60. Junebug (see it in ClearPlay - not worth the hype)
61. War and Peace (Anthony Hopkins rocks)
62. The White Countess (beautiful film)
63. Charlie St. Cloud
64. 10 things I Hate About You
65. Hamlet (Branaugh version)
66. Frost/Nixon
67. Henry V
68. Hairspray
69. Save the Last Dance
70. Persuasian
71. Rick Steves' Europe: Germany, Benelux, and More
72. Emma (Ramola G. version)
73. Ella Enchanted
74. The Longest Day (Classic!)
75. Valkyrie
76. Rick Steves' Europe: Greece and Turkey
77. Rick Steves' Europe: France
78. Rick Steves' Travel Tips
79. The Old Curiosity Shop (Ustanov)
80. Hornblower: The Duel
81. Hornblower: The 
Fire Ships
82. Hornblower: The Duchess and the Devil
83. Hornblower: The Wrong War
84. The Magic Never Ends: The Life and Work of C.S. Lewis
85. Rick Steves' Europe: England and Wales
86. Rick Steves' Europe: Ireland and Scotland
87. Rick Steves' Europe: Scandinavia
88. Rick Steves' Europe: Austria and the Alps
89. Bright Star
90. Facing Ali
91. The Social Network
92. Malcolm X (Clear Play)
93. Good Hair
94. Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging
95. Waiting for Superman
96. Band of Brothers (oh my. so good with ClearPlay)
97. Dorian Gray (don't watch it without filtering on ClearPlay! Scary!)
98. A Single Man
99. Enchanted
100. The Crash of 1929
101. Elf (first time - so funny!)
102. Pride and Prejudice
103. Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
104. A Christmas Story (so stupid!!!)
105. Lost: Season 1
106. The King's Speech
107. Voyage of the Dawn Treader
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