Ten movies are in the final running for the Crystal "Teddy Bear" Award for the Best Family Movie of 2010, officials with the 19th Annual Movieguide Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry announced. The winning movie will be announced at an awards event Feb. 18 at the Universal Hilton Hotel in Hollywood. The event is produced by Associated Television International. The Movieguide Awards Gala is sponsored by the Christian Film & Television Commission ministry founded by Dr. Ted Baehr. The Commission is dedicated to "redeeming the values of the entertainment industry by influencing industry executives and by informing and equipping the public about the influence of the entertainment media."
Caspian (Ben Barnes, left), Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley) learn more about their mission in "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader."
Gru, right, voiced by Steve Carell, is shown with two of his minions in a scene from the 3-D CGI feature, "Despicable Me," about a villain who meets his match in three little girls.
Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) befriends Toothless, an injured Night Fury — the rarest dragon of all — in DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon."
From left, Soren, voiced by Jim Sturgess; Marella, voiced by Essie Davis; Eglantine, voiced by Adrienne DeFaria; Noctus, voiced by Hugo Weaving and Mrs. Plithiver, voiced by Mariam Margolyes in Warner Bros. Pictures' and Village Roadshow Pictures' family fantasy adventure "Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole," a Warner Bros. Pictures release.
Jeffrey S.S. Johnson stars as Brady McDaniels and Tanner Maguire stars as Tyler Doherty in "Letters to God."
As Minion (David Cross, right) looks on, Megamind (Will Ferrell, left) sets up office in DreamWorks Animation's "Megamind."
Shrek (Mike Myers) is happy to be in the arms of Fiona (Cameron Diaz) in DreamWorks Animation's "Shrek Forever After."
From left, Pascal, Rapunzel, Flynn and Maximus in "Tangled," from Disney Enterprises, Inc.
From left, Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear, Buzz Lightyear and Woody appear in "Toy Story 3" from Disney/Pixar.
Kevin Sorbo as Ben Walker preaches a sermon when he hasn't set foot in a church in 15 years in the movie "What If ..."