#1
So what is everbody's top five films of 2012? I'm thinking about leaving this up for a few days, and then creating a poll, with top five five choices.

Scoring system like so:

5 points for #1
4 points for #2
ect.

This is kinda' hard because I haven't seen all the movies that I would like to have seen that came out this year, but I figure if I didn't see it within the year, well I reckon it don't gonna' count.

So me first:

1. Argo 14
2. Moonrise Kingdom 23
3. Lincoln 9
4. Killing Them Softly 2
5. Killer Joe 3

EDITS-

Looper 17
Premium Rush 3
The Dark Knight Rises 14
Silver Linings Playbook 6
Perks of Being a Wallflower 14
Django Unchained 6
The Grey 2
Prometheus 8
The Master 10
Life of Pi 6
Sleepwalk with Me 1
Skyfall 14
The Hobbit 23
Chicken With Plums 5
Anna Karenina 4
Hitchcock 3
The Woman in Black 2
Les Miserables 1
Cabin in the Woods 5
Holy Motors 4
Wreck it Ralph 8
The Avengers 22
The Amazing Spiderman 7
Judge Dredd 3D 3
Rust and Bone 2
End of Watch 1
Seven Pyschopaths 5
The Raid 4
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Last edited by Toadvine at Jan 4, 2013,
#2
I liked Looper.

Oh, and The Dark Knight Rises.

No list though. Because screw you, I do what I want.
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#3
Silver Linings Playbook
Perks of Being a Wallflower
Django Unchained
Life of Pi
The Grey
The Dark Knight Rises
Prometheus
Sleepwalk With Me
Lincoln
Beasts of the Southern Wild

I recommend Silver Linings to everyone. It is such a great movie


Edit: Also:
Cabin in the Woods
Wanderlust
Safety Not guaranteed
Magic Mike
Cloud Atlas
Flight
Sail upon the open skies
Last edited by angusfan16 at Jan 3, 2013,
#4
There are like 4 movies I care about, none of them are from this year and two of them are different takes on the same book.
#6
The perks of being a wall flower. Cried throughout it, great adaptation of the book (albeit different (Sam had no green eyes.. )), shame it wasn't longer. Hoping for directors extended edition alas lord of the rings style with and extra hour hahaha.

My list:
Perks of being a wallflower.
Moonrise kingdom.
Prometheus (why the f$ck didn't they run to the side instead of letting it fall on them..?)

Sorry for not adding more, I went and watched a shit load of movies I missed out on in the passed decade. All those hidden gems. I saw dark knight rises, it was ok, would say its the top 3 though. And moonrise kingdom didn't catch me like Andersons previous work, but that'd be my second choice.
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#7
No order

The Hobbit
Django Unchained
Skyfall
Argo
Lincoln
Dark Knight Rises
Silver Linings Playbook
The HUnger Games
The Avengers
Life of Pi
Prometheus
Looper


I know I've seen other things, but I can't think of any :/
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#8
For those not placed in order, I have been scoring them as they were chronologically written within the post. So. . . . . yeah.
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#9
Top Ten in Order:

1. The Master
2. Life of Pi
3. Moonrise Kingdom
4. Lincoln
5. Sleepwalk With Me
6. Django Unchained
7. Goon
8. Skyfall
9. The Raid: Redemption
10. Prometheus

I still have five or six movies to see from this year.
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#10
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For those not placed in order, I have been scoring them as they were chronologically written within the post. So. . . . . yeah.

Fine I'll redo mine

Argo
Lincoln
Moonrise Kingdom
Skyfall
Silver Linings Playbook
The Hobbit
Django Unchained
Life of Pi
Dark Knight Rises
Looper
The Hunger Games
Prometheus
The Avengers


Eh, I still have a few things to see. Zero Dark Thirty, Flight, The Grey, Sleepwalk with Me, The Master
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#11
I missed The Master

But some of those others were quite lovely.

Edit -

also haven't seen:

Zero Dark Thirty
Flight
Les Miserables
Silver Linings Playbook
Perks of Being a Wallflower
Sleepwalk With Me
The Impossible
The Deep Blue Sea
Hitchcock
The Sessions
Hyde Park on Hudson
Cloud Atlas

So my listis invalid
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Last edited by Toadvine at Jan 4, 2013,
#12
1. Chicken with Plums
2. Anna Karenina
3. Hitchcock
4. The Woman in Black
5. Les Miserables
6. The Devil Inside
7. Man on a Ledge
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#13
I haven't seen many this year but I was really surprised to find that The Perks of Being a Wallflower was a brilliant film. Expected it to be one of those bland, overdone movies but it turned out that I really got into it. My friends felt the same way.

Oh and The Hobbit was good but it would be, I mean it's The Hobbit.

So, my list:

The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The Hobbit
West Ham United
#14
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1. Chicken with Plums
2. Anna Karenina
3. Hitchcock
4. The Woman in Black
5. Les Miserables
6. The Devil Inside
7. Man on a Ledge
This is kind of a weird list and I love it.
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#15
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I haven't seen many this year but I was really surprised to find that The Perks of Being a Wallflower was a brilliant film. Expected it to be one of those bland, overdone movies but it turned out that I really got into it. My friends felt the same way.


That's because its based on a widely renowned book. It was directed by the writer funnily enough so yeah.
#16
I haven't seen very many movies from this year, but I'll say that The Hobbit, The Avengers and Amazing Spider-Man are great and I'm having a love hate relationship with Dark Knight rises. I totally forgot that Perks of Being a Wallflower ever happened, so now I'll have to see that. I once turned a line from the book into a song lyric that became the basis of a three part concept song.
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#18
Cabin in the Woods is from 2011, isn't it?

And I forgot about Wreck-It Ralph. That was great
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#19
Nope. 2012.
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#21
1. Moonrise Kingdom
2. Argo
3. Django Unchained
4. Life of Pi
5. Skyfall
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#23
I have so much I still want to see that my shitty list doesn't deserve to be included.
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#24
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I have so much I still want to see that my shitty list doesn't deserve to be included.


I only saw maybe 50-60 new movies this year. Not near enough, but plaenty to pick five.


So far it appears that Moonrise Kingdom is the clear winner.

As well as Lincoln, Argo, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and The Hobbit making the poll.
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#25
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I have so much I still want to see that my shitty list doesn't deserve to be included.

This.

I mean, my list isn't shitty, but I know it's not going to be in the right order hen there's so many good movies left to see.
#26
The Hobbit
The Dark Knight Rises
Prometheus
Avengers Assemble

I have actually only seen 5 films from 2012, the 5th being American Reunion which was alright but nowhere near as good as the 4 I posted. Put American Reunion as my #5 anyway though.


Want to see:

Django Unchained
Life of Pi
Argo
Looper
Skyfall


Might see:

Les Miserables
Jack Reacher
Dredd
Lincoln
Lawless
Savages
The Expendables 2
Wreck-It Ralph
21 Jump Street


Have no interest in seeing:

Total Recall
Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2
The Amazing Spiderman
Ice Age 4
Last edited by Random3 at Jan 4, 2013,
#27
1. Wreck it Ralph
2. Looper
3. Skyfall
4. The Amazing Spiderman
5. The Avengers

Those were pretty much the only movies I saw this year, just ranked as to how much I enjoyed them
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#29
Skyfall is all I can really remember...
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#30
1. Seven Psychopaths
2. Moonrise Kingdom

I'm only doing those two because they are the only two worthy of my list.
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#31
I'm trying to remember if I saw 5 new movies in 2012, and I'm not sure I did.
#32
I haven't seen a single movie that came out this year, unless made-for-TV movies count.
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#33
1. The Avengers
2. Looper
3. Premium Rush (that was 2012 right?)
4. The Amazing Spiderman

I ain't got nothing to put for #5 that I can recall seeing. I saw the 4th Pirates of the Caribbean movie last year but don't kow when it came out. If it came out in 2012 it's #5.
#34
1. The Master
2. The Raid
3. Avengers
4. The Hobbit
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#35
The Dark Knight Rises
The Hobbit
The Avengers
Prometheus

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as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect