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    10 Years

    The night before their high school reunion, a group of friends realize they still haven't quite grown up in some ways.
    Duration: 100 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2011
    IMDb: 6.1
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  • Actors of "10 Years"

  • Characters of "10 Years"

    Jake. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Channing Tatum
    Jess. Character of 10 Years
    Marty. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Justin Long
    AJ. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Max Minghella
    Reeves. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Oscar Isaac
    Cully. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Chris Pratt
    Scott. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Scott Porter
    Olivia. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Aubrey Plaza
    Nick Vanillo. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Nick Zano
    Elise. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Kate Mara
    Mary. Character of 10 Years
    Played by: Rosario Dawson
  • Directors of "10 Years"

    Jamie Linden. Director of 10 Years
    Jamie Linden
  • Creators of "10 Years"

    Jamie Linden. Director of 10 Years
    Jamie Linden
  • Critic Reviews of "10 Years"

    Cary Darling Fort Worth Star-Telegram/
    September 22, 2012

    10 Years is no Big Chill, but it has just enough warmth to keep it alive.

    Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post
    September 21, 2012

    A bracingly un-gimmicky, heartfelt and fresh take on the theme of growing up.

    Amy Biancolli San Francisco Chronicle
    September 20, 2012

    Even the most exhausted, hackneyed and innately annoying genre can yield a film of breezy charm and prickly dramatic consequence.

    Wesley Morris Boston Globe
    September 20, 2012

    An inconsequential high-school-reunion comedy that gets better when it stops trying to make you laugh.

    Bill Goodykoontz Arizona Republic
    September 20, 2012

    Linden manages to overcome what would seem to be a premise fraught with peril with a lot of help from a likable cast, making "10 Years" a surprisingly enjoyable movie.

    Richard Roeper Richard
    September 19, 2012

    '10 Years' is a surprisingly solid variation on a familiar tune.

    Roger Moore Tribune News Service
    December 05, 2012

    It's easy to see how Linden attracted such a star-studded young cast. Most every character has his or her own moment, and many of them deliver lines that stick with you.

    Katey Rich
    December 05, 2012

    To hate 10 Years is like hating the enthusiastic girl who organizes your high school reunion-- can you really be so mean when so much effort was made and a reasonably good time was had by all?

    Michael A. Smith MediaMikes
    October 09, 2012

    Solid, most notably, Lynn Collins, whose Anna is the most deeply explored character in the film.

    Kimberley Jones Austin Chronicle
    October 05, 2012

    The ingredients are there, but not the follow-through: This resolutely niceness-first film just won't stir the pot.

    Andrea Chase Killer Movie Reviews
    September 30, 2012

    a pleasing mix of belly laughs and gentle sighs. When the plot twists, and the secrets are revealed, what they lack in surprise they almost make up for in a gentle, heartfelt sincerity.

    Dan Lybarger KC Active
    September 28, 2012

    This should be a new rule for filmmakers: If the people you're following aren't as interesting as the real folks you know and love, your movie won't be much to leave home for or come home to.

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