Films you've seen in 2012 and what you give them out of 5?

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    Here are the films I've seen in 2012 so far, and what I give each out of 5:

    Black Swan 4.5/5
    Unthinkable 4/5
    Thor 3/5
    The Green Hornet 1/5
    Captain America The First Avenger 0/5
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    I'm watching I, Claudius . I give it 5/5.
     
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    ummm thats a tv series and 35yrs old - GREAT GREAT series but not a 2012 movie -
     
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    "Moneyball". 4 out of 5.
    "The Rum Diary". 2 out of 5.
     
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    Chronicle -3/5
    Woman in Black 1/5 (not even remotely scary or interesting)
    Episode 1 3/5 (SW fan, but the 3d was average at best)
    Safe house 3/5 (story was a bit bland, but I do enjoy Denzel Washington)

    Supposed to go see act of Valor tonight, will chime in on that if I do.
     
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    seen in cinemas this year -

    Hugo (Cabret) 5/5
    The Artist 5/5 (seen it twice now)
    Underworld Awakening - 3/5 (Kate Beckinsale gets a 10+++/5)
    Girl With Dragon Tatoo (US version) 4.5/5 (revenge scene gets a 5+++/5)
    The darkest Hour 2/5 (big dumb movie but Moscow looks good)
    War Horse 4/5 (lovely film and the horse is great but its sappy and preachy)
    Sherlock Holmes Game of Shadows - 4/5
    The Grey 4/5 (the ending gets a -1/5 SUCKED SUCKED SUCKED!!!!)
    Haywire 3.5/5 (total stupid movie but one of those that you know what your getting into and it delivers - awesome cast)
     
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    awww cmon Captain America/ Thor and Green Hornet are awesome! well Green Hornet not as awesome but its exactly what a summer comic book movie should be -
     
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    For the most part I see movies with my kids, so my range is limited, but here it is:
    Mission Impossible 3 (?) - 3 stars. it was entertaining.
    Midnight in Paris - 4 stars, saw this one with out the kids, a great movie.
    Elevate - Documentary about basketball players from Senegal, 4 starts.
    Tower Heist- 3 stars, you gotta love Ben Stiller.
    Puss in Boots - 3 stars, fear the cat.

    I have nothing to say about The Artist (get it ?). Only saw a few clips of Black Swan, but I think Natalie Portman was hotter in "Your Highness" which I stayed up late last night watching on cable.
     
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    All true, but I've seen it in 2012. That's what the OP wants to know.
     
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    Portman in Black Swan is the greatest performance I've ever seen in the history of film. And this has nothing to do with looks - she had to lose most of her body weight to play this role.

    I gave Black Swan 4.5/5 but that really means 5/5. I never give full marks (because I always hope there is a greater film on the way).

    The film Unthinkable which I gave 4/5 is the most unpredictable film I've ever seen, and Samuel L Jackson's most powerful performance ever.
     
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    God Black Swan is unwatchable.....Your Highness is a perfect latenight Cinemax flick...hahaaha PLUS you get to see Portman in a thong:shock: best part of the whole thing:) hot hot hot.
     
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    I know but even then it's not a movie......sheesh. You mean the only movie you've seen in 2012 is 35 yr old TV series from BBC/PBS??????
     
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    Just for the record, Thor was excellent. 3/5 is a huge mark. If an Oscar winner like Black Swan is 4.5/5 (and btw this is the first film I've ever given 4.5), you can't expect a great superhero film to be much better than 3. The fact that Thor was 3 whole marks higher than Captain America, shows how great I think Thor is.
     
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    Just finshed watching Moneyball via FIOS On Demand. Great film, great acting by Brad Pitt, very restrained performance by Phillip Seymour Hoffman. I give it a 4/5.

    Pitt was good, but I don't think it was an Academy Award winning performance.
     
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    Yeah Phillip Seymour Hoffman is awesome. He varies his acting style so much from role to role that you don't know what to expect from him or what his 'true self' is. Pitt, I know what to expect, and I find him boring.
     
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    Moneyball 4/5

    UnderWorld Awakening: 2.5/5 (really short only like 1hr 15min run)

    Green Lantern 2/5

    Safe House 2.5/5 - some parts just didn't flow well. major part that irked me and my friends was a gun shot that killed a guy in the chest that looked like he was shot in the knee cap instead (didn't want to spoil by saying who it is)

    Hacking Democracy 4.5/5

    Forks Over Knives 5/5 - also recommend Food Inc.

    Apocalypto 5/5 - warning, please to do not attempt to rock climb while pregnant

    Real Steel 2.5/5 - not as good as I was hoping for. Thought there would be much more action

    Hall Pass 4/5 - This was much better and funnier than I thought it would be

    Answer This 3/5

    Harry Potter 7 p2 3/5

    Captain America 2/5 - Such a bland story
    Green Hornet 3/5
    Thor 0-1/5 - This was just plain bad

    OP- I did like Unthinkable probably would rate that 4/5 as well, but found it extremely predictable and far from shocking

    Looking forward to 21 Jump Street. Liked the previews in theater.
     
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    The only purpose of Unthinkable was suspense. So if you didn't find it suspenseful then you probably should give it a 2/5 or less.
     
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    The Fighter: 4/5
    Warrior: 3/5
    50/50: 4.5/5
    Mi4: 3/5
     
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    Wanna watch Hugo so bad D= i loved the book.
     
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    Contagion 0/5 - (This one should get the Golden Raspberry Award in every category)
    Sherlock Holmes Game of Shadows - 4/5 (R.D great as always)
    Mission Impossible Ghost Protocoll - 5/5 (even though I dont like Cruise at all, the film was surprisingly great)
    Carriers - 2/5
    Green Lantern - 1/5 (Reynolds is horrible)
    Quarantine 2 - 3/5 decent B-movie
    The Road - 3/5
    Black Swan - 1/5 (I was forced to watch it and as expected, it was awful)
    Tron Legacy - 2/5
    Return of the Planet of the Apes - 3/5
    127 Hours 2/5 - (kinda boring, ending was pretty good though)
    Unknown 4/5 - or was it in 2011? lol
    Killer elite - 3/5
    Appollo 18 - 2/5 nothing special at all
    Shark Night 3D - 1/5 one awful movie, kinda like Piranha 3D, but worse
    The Ides of March 2/5 - Oscar contender, Clooney is **** though
    Paranormal Activity 3 - 3/5
    J.Edgar 2/5
    Not a film, but I recently watched an episode of Jersey Shore, the worst thing ever to appear on TV, like seriously who the hell would call himself "the situation" 0/5

    Damn, i saw a lot films so far in 2012
     
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    Intouchables, French film about the friendship of a wealthy tetraplegic man and his nurse, a former con.
    Heartbreaking movie, my wife was crying for hours after we left the cinema.

    I highly recommend watching the movie, if it ever would be shown in US-cinemas. 4.5/5

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1675434/
     
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    I don't think that's true. I look for how realistic the situation is and how well the acting is done. I took the movie as asking "how far would you go?"
     
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    I saw Hugo
    I would rate it 4.5/5
     
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    Off the top of my head,

    Black Swan - I'm tempted to give it 5/5.

    Sherlock Holmes Game of Shadows - Very entertaining. 4/5

    A couple of older films:

    Identity - I guess around 3.5-4/5, John Cusack was solid as ever, but something kept it from being a top movie for me.

    The Mist - 4/5 right after I watched it, 3/5 after I though about it. It's just... I know what they were aiming for, but it was, in retrospect, badly executed.
     
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    really? I thought it was executed fairly well. I would stick to 4/5. Sometimes there is a different opinion about a film during and after watching it. More props to a movie that can improve its rating in the viewers mind after the fact.
     
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    ^ I agree that, overall, the movie is a great adaptation, hence 4/5. And a better executed ending probably would have pushed it to a solid 5 in my book. But for me the specific way it was executed made no sense, even though it's obviously a great idea, hitting you right in the face with that raw emotional turmoil that King himself is known of.
     
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    MI4 would have been perfect if it had the MI3 villain. But MI4 was better in every other way at least, and has made $700mill worldwide.
     
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    if you mean the reason why the monsters showed up...yea...that was pretty stupid. I really think that was just a throw away plot line so they could get on with the movie.
     
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    :) My g/f almost thought Apollo 18 was for real! I couldn't believe it, she's a scientist for US and was in charge of the EColi outbreak from Germany and Egypt..boy do I spell badly, maybe not.
    I guess educated people think differently than us "streetstyle" people.
    I thought it was hilarious, and was predictiing spiders as soon as I saw the big tracks around the US module.
    OTOH, I"m really a non believer in almost everything.
     
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    Contraband (w/ Mark Whalberg) 5/5 - One of the best movies I have ever seen.
     
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    Puss in Boots - 5/5
    - very funny

    Another Earth - 5/5
    - very moving

    The Descendents - 5/5
    - very sad, very funny, very nuanced.

    Like Crazy - 5/5
    - Touching

    Woman in Black - 5/5
    - good interpretation of classic story

    The Skin I Live In - 5/5
    - Almodovar at his best. Very original.

    The Ides of March - 5/5
    - Involving. Good performances from Reynolds and Clooney.

    Inbetweeners The Movie - 4/5
    - bit patchy but some v.funny scenes

    Carnage - 3/5
    - not bad but nowhere near as funny or witty as it could be.

    Crazy, Stupid, Love - 3/5
    - amusing in parts but a bit lightweight

    Margin Call - 4/5
    - Wall Street for 2012

    Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - 4/5
    - Swedish version is much better than this remake

    Tree of Life - 4/5
    - Strange. But stylish.

    Special Forces - 2/5
    - One dimensional

    Hugo - 3/5
    - Charming at times but the story drags

    A Better Life - 3/5
    - given the Oscar nominations, a bit overated
     
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    I meant mostly the ending. It doesn't really fit. I hesitate to go into details since I can't use spoiler tags around here.
     
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    Has no one seen 'The Iron Lady'? I quite liked that movie.

    That said, most of the other movies I saw this year were rubbish: Harry Potter for example. Worst ending they could've taken, and yet they took it. A shame, it ruined the whole movie for me.

    I've yet to see a movie that tops 'Edward Scissorhands' though. Even though that film's quite old...
     
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    Watched Forks over Knives. 2/5

    It's a rather strange documentary. Some of the presented data is doubtful at best and completely illogical at worst. On other hand the film makes some good points regarding the practices of the food industry.

    But then again, picking corn and grains over meat? This still makes no sense whatsoever, at least for me.

    edit: bringing it down to 2/5.
     
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    Act of Valor, I like for its originality and boldness. Wooden acting, simplistic plot, but the action sequences are done REAL navy seals and the movie has the support of the US miliatary, so everything is ultra authentic. Good stuff.

    Here's a short review:-

    Act of Valour has wowed America but can it impress British squaddies?
    Act of Valour sounds like a thousand other gung-ho American war flicks, telling the adrenalised tale of a team of crack US Navy Seals (it stands for Sea, Air and Land) hunting terrorists in a variety of photogenic locations, from the Philippines to Mexico.
    But the film has one explosive USP — all of its soldiers, including the squared-jawed leads, are real-life Seals, handling real weapons, in combat scenarios of their own devising and in many cases firing real bullets. Audiences have lapped it up in the US, where Act of Valour has topped the box-office chart and taken $62 million against a budget of $12 million.
    In America, the authenticity of its battle scenes has been praised across the board, giving priceless PR to the US Navy, who provided personnel, equipment and financial help. But the film is about to face some of its sternest critics yet. We are at the Gibraltar Barracks in Surrey, headquarters of the Royal School of Military Engineering, where 300 popcorn-munching, crew-cut recruits have gathered to watch it in the on-site cinema. Everyone says the same: soldiers are sticklers for realism, and their ******** detectors are set especially high for Yanks. If the film gets anything wrong, they are going to let us know about it.
    The lights go down. A chorus of laughter greets a cheesy line about a bundle of twigs being stronger than a lone one, but the combat scenes leave the squaddies in riveted silence. Speaking afterwards, Lt-Col Jim Fernandes, commanding officer of the barracks, is cautiously impressed: “The jungle stealth situations were very well done.” A former skydiving specialist who does not give his name is particularly taken with the scene in which the Seals parachute into the sea before being picked up by a submarine: “I wanted to be underwhelmed and I was overwhelmed.”
    Even more expert opinion comes from Duncan Falconer, a military author and screenwriter who served for 12 years in the Special Boat Service. The SBS is the closest force the UK has to the Seals; so close that they routinely mount joint operations.
    Falconer thinks that the acting was “wooden” and the plot “extremely weak”, highlighting the miraculous deductions that lead the soldiers to the terrorists in a network of tunnels beneath the Mexican border.
    But the presence of real Seals, he says, more than makes up for those deficiencies. He approves of the way they kept their guns raised — to minimise the time it takes to aim. Amateurs, he says, let their barrels drop. “That separates the men from the boys and it take a tremendous amount of training. You can tell these guys had operational experience.” Their attachment of kit was also spot-on, he says. “An actor will leave a piece of equipment in the wrong place or not buckle it up.”
    What about the terrorists’ suicide bombs, which used ceramic ball bearings for shrapnel, to avoid setting off airport security machines? Surely the stuff of Tinseltown fantasy?
    Old news, sniffs Falconer. “When we first started boarding aircraft to take out terrorists, the problem was that if you wanted to have a shoot-out in the air and a round went through the window it, would decompress the aircraft. So we designed ceramic bullets.”
    Falconer struggles to think of a more authentic war film. He mentions the Iraq drama Green Zone, in which many of the actors were real soldiers, and Saving Private Ryan, which had “the technology to take the audience closer to the bullets”. But Act of Valour goes “one step further”. It would never have been made in the UK, he adds, because “the MoD has got a fixed concept of being secret”, whereas the US military “very much get behind movies if they further their propaganda”.
    Ah yes, propaganda. Although the film-makers try to avoid stereotyping the terrorists — one is Muslim, the other Jewish — we are left in little doubt that Seals are a very good thing. The US Navy top brass had invited several production companies to pitch to make a film about them. Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh got the job, because, says Waugh, of their commitment “to accurately showing the brotherhood and sacrifice in that community”.
    The original plan was to use actors but after spending six months with Seals, Waugh says he began to ask himself, “How is an actor going to authentically portray these men?”
    He and McCoy, his co-director, asked a group of Seals to appear in the film, including the two eventual leads, Rorke and Dave (both pseudonyms for security reasons). “They were like, ‘No we’re not actors. We are Navy Seals.’” The directors argued that the Seals’ presence would ensure authenticity “because you won’t do or say anything that is not real. They really trusted that we wouldn’t make them look stupid.”
    Judging by some of the robotic exchanges in bar rooms and at beach barbecues, Waugh has not entirely justified that trust. The intention was to create a new genre: the “authentic action film”, he says. “We just kept on encouraging them, don’t act: be yourselves. You have all been in these situations before, hung out in a bar together.”
    It was not quite that easy. But using actors for the dialogue scenes and soldiers for the action sequences would have compromised the latter, Waugh insists. Both directors have backgrounds as stuntmen, which Waugh thinks helped earn the Seals’ respect. “We’ve risked our lives. Nothing in comparison to what they do, but at least we have been in that kind of situation.”
    Although they followed a screenplay, he says that the details of the engagements were decided by the soldiers: “We would say, ‘Here is the target, here is the shot. How would you guys take it down?’ and they would do all the planning.” That included working with live ammo. “They don’t train with blanks and we wanted to maintain that authenticity.” He pauses. “We have an incredible relationship with our insurance company!”
    The military money was vital, Waugh adds. “The film could never have been traditionally financed because it was unbondable. A lot of stuff is done on a handshake, no contract.” Many of the soldiers had to leave the four-year production to go on real-life deployment, he says.
    “You can’t promise the bond company that those Seals are coming back home to finish the movie.”
    But it was clearly worth it for the US Navy — like Top Gun before it, Act of Valour will surely be a potent recruitment tool. “There’ll be a massive surge of signees,” Falconer chuckles. “Whether any of them will be any good is another thing.”
     
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    The Hunger Games 4.5/5. Missed a couple of small details and wasn't as violent and gory as the book.
     
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    9/10 for me for The Hunger games. Hmmn, maybe even 10/10.

    To make it possible to show to its intended audience, they had to take a little of the hack and slash out, don't you think?

    I thought they did a fabulous job of bringing a difficult concept to life.
     
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    Completely unrealistic movie. The world has never been better and people are going to have it increasingly better and better. The sky's the limit basically.
     
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    world class troll (or you are an idiot)
     
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    Kid with a Bike

    5/5 for this Belgian film about a young boy in foster care struggling to find acceptance and security. Very moving, superb performances.
     
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    That's why the books are in the "Fiction" category. Why don't you do some research first.
     
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    I did as well. It is just my twisted mind at work. I raise my score to a 4.8/5, or 96/100.
     
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    Whats the deal in the Hunger games flick with what has caused the situation to be so severe?
     
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    It seems to be based on a children's or young adult book, so its probably not for people who like high literature or art films.

    The author states its based on Theseus, Roman games and reality tv so it has wide ambitions.

    It also has a revolutionary element in it in so far as a revolt is brewing against Coriolanus (Snow) who is the post-apocolyptic dictator in a sociey that could be a magnified image of America's worst features.

    Panem is just there, The event that causes it is unimportant, I suspect as well that to discuss would be quite a bit too directly political.

    We havent got the Soviets to point to as the easy source of totalitarian evil.
     
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    ^Actually, in the books, they tell you that Panem was created after a nuclear war.
     
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    I just saw Mission Impossible ghost protocol. I usually don't watch
    Tom cruise movies but this one was well done. 4.5/5
     
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    Ok, well then the plot sucks imo.
    They arent taking any iodine for example.

    And its not freezin cold either.
     
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    "Like Water - Anderson Silva"

    I thought this was an absolutely fantastic documentary and character study. You don't even have to have any interest in USC to enjoy it because there's very little 'fighting' in the film. Its more a character study of a hugely intriguing sportsman, and genuinely 'decent guy' despite his profession.

    Easy 5/5

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yc4fm72kEgc&feature=player_embedded

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