So here is my top 10 of this year. I have had a good year of cinema watching and it has been an amazing ride. Happy Holidays everyone ………………
I’m pretty sure Rust And Bone has won a few awards, and deservedly so. It’s amazing to watch, just because it’s so fun to see brilliant performances. Like I said before, the story itself isn’t probably that amazing. It’s been done before; but it’s done in such a way here, with those two central performances, that it feels fresh and original. You really should check it out.
There’s something very satisfying about the ending, which is hard to envision at first, but we keep hoping for, as the relationship evolves. Be prepared to see one of the best films of the year.
Looper is all over the place—a series of barely aligned loop-de-loops—but if high-toned futuristic time-travel pictures with a splash of romance float your boat the way they do mine, you’ll have yourself a time. The climax is tumultuous, the payoff happy and sad in the right measure. The future might be ghastly, but heroism lives.
7. The Hobbit
There will always be movies that enchant us with their magic, but there will hardly be a journey that goes beyond cinematic borders to deliver the experience of a lifetime. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is undoubtedly the new face of global cinema that enthrals with each passing frame, healing the hidden scars of the heart with its message of a better and humane world. There might be superheroes, but there will only be one Bilbo Baggins, who takes pride in being ordinary and yet changes the face of his world.
The best thing about Argo is that everything (the script, the performances, the dialog) was all very real.Argo is an Oscar worthy picture. It really is a movie event at its finest and gives you hope for the future of film making. I will have to say that The Town is a little bit better of a movie but Argo is still a damn good film that leaves me eager to see what Ben Affleck does next. You do not want to miss this exciting political thriller
‘Skyfall’ represents a remarkable high watermark for the series, a truly stunning masterpiece that counts as one of the best, if not the best, Bond films we’ve seen. It is also so because it is quite unlike any of the Bond films thus far, delving into his origins as well as his relationship with Moneypenny for its most character-driven addition yet. The showy action and authentically British wit are as sharp as ever, but what makes ‘Skyfall’ stand out is how surprisingly riveting the drama is.
The Avengers movie must be a dream come true to everyone. Seeing these superheroes uniting together to save the world in the big screen. While the heroes’ stand alone films doesn’t have that enough action, this movie executes their super abilities. It’s really fun and exciting. A lot of people will cheer to their favorite superheroes. This is what all fans and moviegoers want in Avengers. More fighting, more explosions, more smashing, and more fun. In the end, you will crave for more because of its awesomeness. The Avengers is simply marvellous.
Movies that amaze you with artistic magic, keep you watching and you can’t turn your head away, you feel as if you are witnessing reality and are in the room with the actors. With The Master, both of these traits are brought to the audience with perfect execution. A combination of cinematography, directing, acting, and storyline all play a part in what I call the “Lost-In-Movie” factor, and The Master hits the nail on the head.To end, I just want to say I went into this film thinking it was going to be great, but didn’t expect to be entertained as much as I was. The Master surely supersede my expectations.
There were elements of the film that were surprising and even a little difficult for me. The kids were only 12 when they shot this, and they do have a sexual awareness of one another, and since we’re watching it unfold, we’re obliged to participate in a sense.And I was kind of surprised by the death of a dog in the movie, and not entirely sure what to make of it. I tended to take it as evidence that the film is more formally mannered than it is precious. One of the best films I have seen in 2012.
Christopher Nolan and co. have brought the curtain down on their trilogy in truly bittersweet fashion. These three films were emblematic of The Dark Knight rising, rising from an outrageously campy, seemingly franchise-killing film. This is the final cape flourish, the big send-off, the tearful goodbye. As Dickens wrote in the book that partially inspired this movie, “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times” – this is the Caped Crusader’s finest hour, and seeing this incarnation hang up the cape and cowl is quite saddening indeed.