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December 28, 2010
Last week we shared our Top Ten Movies for Grownups of 2010 – and soon we’ll announce the winners of our Movies for Grownups Awards, selected by the editors of AARP the Magazine. But first it’s your turn to pick a favorite. Was it the Colin Firth Oscar-darling The King’s Speech or Cher’s comeback vehicle Burlesque? Are you partial to summer feel-good flicks such as Secretariat? Or do you go for a topical, meaningful movie such as The Social Network?
Vote for one of the 15 movies listed in our Readers’ Choice Poll on the left side of the page and you will help determine which one earns our Readers’ Choice Award on February 7 at our Movies for Grownups Awards Gala in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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From left: Geoffrey Rush, Colin Firth, Helena Bonham Carter, in "The King's Speech" 2010.
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