|The Grey took me by surprise. Left an impression that had outlasted many other films.|
Best Film(s) of the 2012 • Page 3
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Tonka 25,706 posts
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Toonster 6,890 posts
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Probably one of the most disappointing years in film. All the films I was highly anticipating (bar The Hobbit) missed the mark: Prometheus, Brave and The Dark Knight Rises. Still have Django Unchained and Les Miserables to go (which come out here next week, though I'll be back in Europe for the holidays).
So far, I'd put my temporary top 5 as:
Life of Pi
21 Jump Street
Silver Linings Playbook
Ice Age 4
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dr_swin 4,927 posts
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craigy Staff 9,156 posts
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1. Cesare Deve Morire (Caesar Must Die)
3. End of Watch
4. The Possession
5. Side By Side
6. Dictado (Childish Games)
7. Rentaneko (Rentacat)
9. Red Lights
10. To Rome with Love
Ooh look at me, I got forrin films on my list. Cesare Deve Morire is an amazing movie. It deservedly won the Golden Bear at Berlinale.
Parabeton - Pier Luigi Nervi and Roman Concrete
Snow White and The Huntsman
caligari 17,563 posts
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I'll probably get my dates mixed up, but here goes (in no particular order):
A Cat In Paris
2 Days in New York
Martha Marcy May Marlene
So much to catch up on - I'm adding them all to my Amazon wishlist so that I don't forget - Tabu, The Hunt, Looper etc.
Killing them softly and the hobbit.
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Barely seen anything this year but it is a tie between Dredd and Seven Psychopaths.
Pac-man-ate-my-wife 7,030 posts
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Pac-man-ate-my-wife wrote:Smashing it's way into my best of the year with one day to go is Life Of Pi. Great year all in all.
Pac-man-ate-my-wife wrote:A few more to add:
Pac-man-ate-my-wife wrote:Seen Amour and that is definitely in there. Potentially best film of the year...
The Dark Knight Returns
Prometheus (yes, Prometheus!)
Berbarian Sound Studio
End Of The Watch
Not seen Amour or The Master yet either...
Rust and Bone
Beasts Of The Southern Wild
Tonka wrote:Same here. I can't think of a film that did so well to portray fear and menace as well as the grey did, yet it's not a horror film.
The Grey took me by surprise. Left an impression that had outlasted many other films.
Can't think of anything else notable, offhand.
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