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Quentin Tarantino takes time to answer fans questions with ABC7s George Pennacchio at the Academy Awards. - Provided courtesy of KABC

Quentin Tarantino reveals top 20 favorite 2010 films

01/03/2011 by Corinne Heller

Quentin Tarantino, the Oscar-winning director of films such as "Pulp Fiction," "Kill Bill" and the Nazi action flick "Inglourious Basterds," has revealed his top 20 favorite movies of 2010 and the No. 1 contender on his list doesn't even feature live actors on screen.

His top pick, "Toy Story 3," is the latest animated sequel to the hit franchise by Disney-Pixar and sees Tom Hanks and Tim Allen reprising their roles as toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear. In this film, they embark on a quest to help their friends escape from a day care center ruled by evil toys.

The movie was recently nominated for a Golden Globe in the "Best Animated Film" category.

Check out which other films made the cut below, according to the Quentin Tarantino Archives website.

1. "Toy Story 3"
2. "The Social Network"
3. "Animal Kingdom"
4. "I Am Love"
5. "Tangled"
6. "True Grit"
7. "The Town"
8. "Greenberg"
9. "Cyrus"
10. "Enter the Void"
11. "Kick-Ass"
12. "Knight and Day"
13. "Get Him to the Greek"
14. "The Fighter"
15. "The King's Speech"
16. "The Kids Are All Right"
17. "How to Train Your Dragon"
18. "Robin Hood"
19. "Amer"
20. "Jackass 3-D"

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