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Best family movie of 2010?

Published: Thursday, Jan. 27 2011 2:47 p.m. MST

20th Century Fox
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."
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Susan Roylance

Thank you for this list. It is so helpful to have some guidance in choosing a movie that is appropriate for families. And, we periodically like to take our grandchildren to a move. We have noticed in the past that some of the movies that seem to be produced for children still have objectionable content. Just one word of caution: a 5 year old was traumatized by Tangled. She wasn't sitting next to her parents, or grandparents, and she didn't understand the evil nature of the "mother" -- so she was traumatized when she was killed. We loved the movie, but it required some explanation to younger children.

Oldaker
Big Spring, TX

I have not seen any of the movies except, "Dispicable Me." I have an account with NETFLIX SO I will be ordering all the family movies that I can get ahold of. In regards to "Dispicable Me." I absolutly loved that movie. I'll be recommending more movies as time goes on.

GQ Monkee
Cottonwood Heights, UT

So, let me get this straight. The top family movie of the year is some unknown Christian indoctrination film? With no explanation of how ATI ranks these films, I feel the need to call FOUL here.

Rainbow Phoenix
Farmington, Utah

I've seen this film advertised on GMC (a dear member of my family watches Dr. Quinn on that channel) didn't look that interesting though to me (considering the heck that Christians have given me for being gay)

--Dash--
Spanish Fork, UT

How did "Secretariat" not make the top ten list. It should be #1. Great music, fun movie with superb acting. John Malkovich was a hoot as the horse trainer. Fore!!!

RivertonCoug
Herriman, UT

Why is Legend of the Guardians on this list? It should be listed as a horror movie. I agree with "Dash", how is Secretariat not here but "What if" is? I think this list needs some serious revisions.

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