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The Best Theatrical Releases of 2012

Posted January 1, 2013 11:33 AM by Brian Orndorf

Blu-ray.comAn Iranian uproar cooled by Hollywood fakery, a failed boy scout on the hunt for true love, fast food friction, the true price of greed, the slaughter of reality show stars, the quest to bring Osama bin Laden to justice, positive thinking put to the ultimate test, shaken and stirred, a mechanical best friend, and a visit to a nightmare factory via the woods. These are the best films of 2012 (and here is what our members think).



Moonrise Kingdom

With "Moonrise Kingdom," writer/director Wes Anderson once again proves his excellence with stylized stories of longing and family. A beautiful ode to young adult fiction and the rough and tumble world of the boy scouts, the feature is stunningly photographed, masterfully designed with a pronounced Anderson fingerprint, and charmingly acted by the gifted ensemble. Anderson has developed into a formidable force of idiosyncrasy, making specific movies for a specific audience, in the vein of Woody Allen and Robert Altman. With "Moonrise Kingdom," Anderson strikes a particularly irresistible balance between whimsy and adolescent wonder, spiked with a shot of deadpan humor and period fetishism that's mesmerizing, creating a distinct identity (and spotless filmography) that's impossible to resist.



Argo

Ben Affleck's name was once synonymous with embarrassing tabloid headlines and mediocre movies. Today, he's one of the finest directors around. After the Massachusetts misery of "Gone Baby Gone" and "The Town," Affleck goes global and period with "Argo," a sublimely tilted thriller that combines knowing Hollywood satire with nail-biting political unrest, generating a hostage drama that somehow remained unpredictable, despite its true story stamp. Smartly executed and generous with unbearable suspense, "Argo" brings Affleck the filmmaker (Affleck the actor is equally as persuasive) into clear view, continuing his astonishing career reinvention.



Silver Linings Playbook

Writer/director David O. Russell captures the electricity of thought in "Silver Linings Playbook," his ode to manic love and profound obsession, based on the novel by Matthew Quick. The feature's balance of euphoria and distress is simply masterful, with Russell investing in character to pull off complex breakdown scenes and itchy familial dynamics. It's an open wound of a film, though mindful of inaccessibility, dishing up audience-pleasing moments of dance floor release and tender human connection that are well-earned by Russell and his sublime dedication to the quaking power of positive thinking.



Zero Dark Thirty

Kathryn Bigelow's barnstorming take on the manhunt for Osama bin Laden is a rich tapestry of suspense, frustration, and intricate plotting, resulting in a sophisticated picture that's bravely determined to inspect the underbelly of anti-terrorism efforts while sustaining a riveting political and emotional tension. Anchored by Jessica Chastain's fierce work as the shell-shocked woman determined to bring bin Laden down, "Zero Dark Thirty" truly belongs to its gifted director, who brings a hauntingly thunderous quality to a story largely concerned with meetings and theories. It's a masterfully crafted movie with an unexpectedly relentless pace.



Skyfall

For a franchise that's been burning bright for 50 years now, the four-year gap between Daniel Craig adventures was enormous for fans of James Bond. "Skyfall" proves the delay was worth the wait. Genuinely epic, raw, and superbly crafted by director Sam Mendes, "Skyfall" provides Craig with his finest outing yet as the iconic character, while returning the series back to its roots of suave heroism and grand villainy. It's always a treat to have Bond around, but when the results are this thrilling, it's easy to get excited for the next 50 years of 007 activity.



God Bless America

Aiming for controversy, writer/director Bobcat Goldthwait achieves his goal with this violent comic fantasy. Confidently constructed with a brave tone of darkness to support its clearly satirical foundation, Goldthwait pulls off an amazing balance between horror and laughs, refusing to cop-out as this askew tale of friendship, pop culture disgust, and revenge makes its way to its triumphantly bonkers finale. It's not a film for all tastes, and perhaps not an effort to cheer on as the U.S. deals with unimaginable tragedies involving firearms, but as caustic, gonzo entertainment goes for 2012, "God Bless America" was as close to authentically dangerous as it got, sold with a pronounced wink and an itchy trigger finger.



The Cabin in the Woods

"The Cabin in the Woods" isn't exactly a horror film, but it's not a comedy. It's something of a satire, but also a celebration. That the picture is largely indescribable is part of its charm, asking typically finicky genre fans to take a chance on this cheeky, violent thrill ride, near-brilliantly designed by screenwriters Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard (who also directs), who twist their adoration for all things nightmarish and clichéd into a loving ode to the traditional fright feature. "The Cabin in the Woods" is genuinely exciting moviemaking in a genre that's usually half-asleep, best accepted with an open mind, an avoidance of spoilers, and an appetite for superlatively blood-soaked chicanery.



Robot & Frank

"Robot & Frank" emerges from unexpected directions, fusing together sobering dramatics surrounding the difficulties of aging and family management with a mildly futuristic tale of a man and his robot and the mischief they cause. Led by Frank Langella's best work in ages, "Robot & Frank" captures an ideal tonal balance and sense of humanity as it goes about its strange business, with director Jake Schreier delicately shaping a surprising picture with a hearty sense of humor and a tough sense of realism in the midst of all the intriguing futureworld ornamentation and cultural warnings.



The Queen of Versailles

2012's best documentary supplies a potent message on the dangers of greed and the cheap thrills of excess. The world of David Siegel and his trophy wife, the unforgettable Jackie, is ideal fodder for a screen exploration, with director Lauren Greenfield handed access to the crumbling of a timeshare empire, the divide of a marriage, and the panic of destitution. "The Queen of Versailles" avoids cheap jokes to paint a disturbing portrait of unimaginable wealth taken to absurd extremes, with the journey articulated by the subjects themselves, who eagerly share their secrets and fears with Greenfield. It's sickening yet highly amusing, moving beyond easy schadenfreude to capture the shock of the 2008 economic collapse in slow motion.



Compliance

Rare is the film that causes genuine outrage inside a movie theater, where ticket buyers are compelled to yell at the screen and huff with disgust throughout the presentation. Leave it to "Compliance," a picture about a real life prank call turned into a marathon of manipulation and humiliation, to pull an instinctual reaction out of typically subdued, popcorn-gobbling masses. An unusual odyssey of evil and gullibility that's almost entirely rooted in fact, director Craig Zobel's escalation of mischief and misconduct is exquisitely managed, with remarkable tension and a searing understanding of minimum-wage workplace behavior. Volcanic post-screening conversation is guaranteed with this one.

Also of note: Jiro Dreams of Sushi, The Secret World of Arrietty, The Loved Ones, Quartet, The Bay, Room 237, Liberal Arts, Dredd, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, The Impossible, Father's Day, Wreck-It Ralph, This is 40, Headhunters, Boy, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, Goon, Les Miserables, Flight, and The Dark Knight Rises.


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philnopatiences
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Great for Argo, Zero Dark Thirty and Skyfall to be on this list. Many Oscars are coming for them.

classicrock
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Glad to see "Dredd" at least made the also of note. I would add "Avengers" and "The Hobbit."

hsox05
 - Jan 01, 2013

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No mention of any of the 3 (very good) films fighting it out at the box office right now? Interesting

Rainman208
 - Jan 01, 2013

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No Avengers or Hobbit? Are you serious?

Peter McM
 - Jan 01, 2013

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I'd love to see a Best Picture nod for "Moonrise Kingdom".

bluskiff
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Argo and skyfall as for the rest of the top ten Meh. I was looking forward to zero dark thirty till I found out it was from the director of hurt locker. I can't sit through 2 hours of shaky cam again.

thenumber9
 - Jan 01, 2013

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I guess I'm in the minority (as I'm not seeing it mentioned much anywhere) but in addition to some of the films above, I really enjoyed Cloud Atlas.

rkolinski
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Where is Lincoln in this list?

28BlusLater
 - Jan 01, 2013

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I agree with a lot of your list. Can't say I enjoyed The Bay quite as much as you did, though. However, I'm glad that I'm not the only person who isn't foaming at the mouth about Lincoln.

beckmen
 - Jan 01, 2013

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The Best Theatrical Releases of 2012 according to who? You just state these as fact without providing any evidence.

mlittle3
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Is this a joke? What a crap list. Where is Lincoln? Django? Dark Knight Rises? This list is hipster garbage. Except it isn't even a good list for indie films.

BluRayFreak
 - Jan 01, 2013

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'Looper' was among my top 5 of 2012.

Zen_Amako
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Surprised to see God Bless America, since many didn't like it (I did, but I admit it was awfully heavy-handed). I'm not sure it could even be released now in the wake of Newtown, CT.

Django Unchained was the most enjoyable film of the year for me. I also really liked Safety Not Guaranteed, Ruby Sparks, and The Avengers.

rockinrick
 - Jan 01, 2013

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No Lincoln, Flight ?????

vader4
 - Jan 01, 2013

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God Bless America is a nice surprise. The Cabin in the Woods, Skyfall, and Moonrise Kingdom are the only ones on my personal top 10 an for the record it's really refreshing to see a top ten WITHOUT Lincoln, that's not an insult to those of you who liked it, I'm just personally glad that someone other than me agreed that it wasn't as great as many other movies this year.

RichardP
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Life Of Pi didn't even make it to the "Also Of Note" section? This list simply cannot be taken seriously.

Debbie Downer
 - Jan 01, 2013

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If anyone wants to see a film about some of the most idiotic stupid people, Compliance is for you.

Brown
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Lennylu
 - Jan 01, 2013

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No Life Of Pi? What are you watching...?

TNAJason
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Wait Madagascar 3 got a spot on the "also of note" section over Avengers AND Django Unchained? I'm usually not one to be of "mob mentality" on lists like these,but I even have to cry foul there. I mean Madagascar 3 was enjoyable,but to be mentioned over Avengers and Django is just....wrong.

Armorales102
 - Jan 01, 2013

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are you kidding me ? God Bless America is easily one of the years worst, extremely over-rated and not funny. Also shocked that Django Unchained, The Master, and 21 Jump Street didnt make the list. WTH ?

Confessions
 - Jan 01, 2013

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In my opinion the best theatrical release of 2012 was "Titanic 3D"

MAD7334
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Where the hell is Django? The D is suppose to be the only thing silent, not the film from this list!

Wdm81
 - Jan 01, 2013

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So many of these "best of" lists are forgetting The Grey. That movie is easily in my top 5 of the year, it should be appearing in more top 10 lists and Hopefully the academy remembers it

mccreesj
 - Jan 01, 2013

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This Is 40?! Completely average. I think I grinned twice during it.

This makes the omission of The Avengers even more bewildering.

ashedmaniac
 - Jan 01, 2013

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Somehow people are surprised that not everybody shares their opinion (even if most people might)? Huh? This list is fine and I can see valid points being made about the quality of these works. I don't necessarily agree with it all (nor do I have to) but it's an interesting read.

scoldsteve
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It's nice to see some smaller films getting the nod in this best of list.. Particularly Cabin in the Woods and my favorite runner up in the 2011 Midnight Madness program at The Toronto International Film Festival "God Bless America" Even though Cabin was really a 2009 film that sat for the majority of that year while it's owner went into receivership and eventually picked up by Lionsgate, it was the perfect Friday the 13th film for me while not being a Friday the 13th film.. Simple story that had a ton more layers to it much like peeling an onion away, and the amount of carnage at the end of the film within 2 minutes was flat out awesome..

As for my runner up at Midnight Madness 2011 behind "The Raid" God Bless America was smartly written, disturbingly funny, and perfect type of film for that audience.. It's the perfect way for Bobcat to vent what he hates about America in this day and age.. Plus his 20 minute impromptu stand-up routine while the weird Japanese film "Smuggler" being delayed till about 1:30 am was classic.. Although the film's target audience was not exactly in attendance "Canadians getting a hell of a good laugh at the faults of American pop culture" it worked well enough for the distributor to buy it.. For anyone interested in it here's a link for the stand-ip video filmed by my buddy Rob Mitchell http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdjME2OAjIE

Holmes
 - Jan 01, 2013

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My favorites are Lawless, Cloud Atlas, Anna Karenina, Django Unchained, and Rust and Bone.

brainofj72
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One of my favorite movies of 2012 isn't one of your favorite movies of 2012! What the hell is wrong with you?!

thelittleprince
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Only seen 4 of the 10 so far. Love Moonrise Kingdom and Argo. Can't wait to see Zero Dark Thirty and curious to see Compliance.

Quinthoopachiefy
 - Jan 01, 2013

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lfrankbaum
 - Jan 01, 2013

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must be an american website...every film was in the english language...the top films were all american...

PBateman87
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I don't care what anyone says, Prometheus was probably the most enjoyable theatrical experience of 2012 for me. If only for the great audiovisual theater experience, I would think Prometheus should be in this Top 10 list or least on your "Also of Note" list...

mitch22
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mjcavinder
 - Jan 02, 2013

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I just watched Skyfall, Looper & Moonrise Kingdom the other day. all were about a B+ IMO. I havent had time yet to watch Argo.

Five Inches
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Maybe the article should clarify that this is one man's opinion, so that so much butthurt can be relieved.

AlixO
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hmmm no The Master, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Holy Motors, Elena

Psycho Taxi Driver
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So glad someone else has Robot & Frank on the list for me that and Hugo [released in Australia in 2012] were head and shoulders above anything else I saw
Cabin In The Woods would be in my worst list though

Twile
 - Jan 02, 2013

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This list looks less like a "best of 2012" and more like a "here are all the movies I saw in 2012" list. Example: Madagascar 3 was pretty and fun, but Avengers was masterfully executed. But it doesn't even get a shout-out.

the revelator
 - Jan 02, 2013

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The Master is the best film of 2012.

I can't wait for it to drop from the pubic's eye so it can age like a fine wine.

Scholer
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Stupid List. Nuff Said.

lupinskitten
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... huh? No Hobbit? No Lincoln? No Les Miserables?

repete66211
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PBateman87
 - Jan 02, 2013

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No Looper and no The Master...huh.

ifireun
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Like many others - Lincoln!?

unclejay73
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dregs78
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Django should be on this list. Just fantastic.

unclejay73
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Ator the Invincible
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Why do people get angry at "Top 10" lists? It's beyond silly. They're just opinions, pure and simple. Make your own list and share it in the comments if you like. But to lash out with insults because your opinions happen to differ to the list makers'? Sad....

bookcase
 - Jan 02, 2013

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I don't agree with everything that made this list, but I'm happy to see The Queen of Versailles on it. I caught this the other day on Netflix Instant and it's fascinating, albeit a little sickening. I urge everyone to see this documentary.

coolkev1701
 - Jan 02, 2013

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PBateman87
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@ coolkev1701

The wide release in the US is 2013, yes, but it has been out in limited release since December 19 of last year.

Toasterlad
 - Jan 02, 2013

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The Avengers was better than all of those movies.

Graham1138
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jeffhouseman
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Why are people assuming that if their favorite movie isn't on this list, the writer hated it?

Why has no one here ever heard of a byline before?

Why are people asking why their favorite movie isn't on this list when there's an ENTIRE THEATRICAL REVIEW SECTION TO THIS WONDERFUL SITE that contains answers to all questions? (ex. the review for "Lincoln" on this site is mixed, hence why it's not in the top ten.)

Why are people asking why their favorite movie didn't make the list when it made the list?

TheBlayman
 - Jan 02, 2013

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3 of these would make my worst of 2012 list.

Tom Servo
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Beat me to it, beckman. It really doesn't matter who anyway, the only thing that matters is your own opinion. I'm never going to let anyone who thinks they're opinion is more valid than someone else's tell me what to like and not to like.

loqstar04
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Mr. Joshua
 - Jan 02, 2013

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I have my own list. TDKR is at the top...

UNCMT9
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Dark Knight Rises and Prometheus for me. I still haven't seen Lincoln, Argo, or Zero Dark Thirty, but they all look great!

Handyman003
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Skyfall is definitely on my list, in fact it's on the top.

thebluemax
 - Jan 02, 2013

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coolkev1701
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slick1ru2
 - Jan 02, 2013

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Avengers and although I haven't seen it yet, Lincoln from what I have read.

PBateman87
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@ thebluemax

Huh...you seem to basically trash just about every movie you mention, then turn around and say you really enjoyed it. You either liked it or you didn't.

filmczy
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Mr.Friendly108
 - Jan 03, 2013

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I think another movie that has to be brought up and should definitely be on the list is The Perks of Being A Wallflower. No one has mentioned it and it's definitely an under the radar film but it definitely stands head and shoulders along side any number of the films that have been mentioned for top theatrical releases of 2012. If any number of people haven't gotten a chance to check it out, i would give it a chance and who knows, you might find yourself putting it in your top ten, I know I sure have.

MisterLeadFoot
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Maybe they should just add every movie next time......

miTfan3
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Typically, I disagree with all of Brian Orndorff theatrical reviews, but everybody is entitled to an opinion.

MikeScott
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Watched Compliance tonight. Was really good. Really sad to see no mention at all for The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Best film this year, IMO.

llcruize
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I have big issue with these films that get a 10 theater release in December just so they can get the Oscar wheels going. The Weinstein Bros do it all the damn time. They get all this push without earning an audience in the year they are released.

Kleeberg
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Plissken
 - Jan 04, 2013

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Django Unchained.

brainofj72
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My personal list, just 'cause I feel like posting it:
1. The Master
2. The Paperboy
3. The Expendables 2
4. Moonrise Kingdom
5. The Comedy
6. Magic Mike
7. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
8. Jeff, Who Lives at Home
9. Journey 2: The Mysterious Island
10. Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning

Honorable Mentions: Dark Horse, Indie Game: The Movie, After Porn Ends, Goon, The Queen of Versailles, Seven Psychopaths, Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory

And it's worth noting that I still have yet to see Django Unchained, Cosmopolis, Zero Dark Thirty, Wuthering Heights, Amour, Bad 25, The Deep, Hello I Must Be Going, The Hunt, or Maniac. Though I think only a few of those could possibly be real contenders.

dmarvin
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This list fails for not even having "Lincoln" as an honorable mention. It's a tremendously thoughtful and great film (which has a very good shot at Best Picture, actually).

rpc94
 - Jan 05, 2013

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You forgot The Perks of Being A Wallflower...

Hunk Golden
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Re: God Bless America

I enjoyed it. Loved the story (particular faves were the movie theater scene and the pig parker scene). It was nice to see Joel Murray again (I remember him from some of the 80's movies).

I'm rooting for Bobcat Goldthwait after seeing his appearance (for this movie) on Jimmy Kimmel. He thanked Kimmel for hiring him to direct the Kimmel show when he was "a punchline" to people in Hollywood. He teared up and seemed very genuine. Hope he continues to get work directing and acting.

Semp1
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Django: Unchained, Argo, Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and Skyfall are undoubtedly the 5 best movies of 2012. Period!


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