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Submitted by shodan74 708d ago | opinion piece

Top Films of the Year 2012

From the Avengers Assembling to save planet Earth to Bond at his very best, 2012 has been a decent year for movies. But which films were simply unforgettable? With 2013 almost upon us, FMV Magazine's reviewers give their choices for film of the year. (Culture)

LtSkittles  +   708d ago
2012 was a good year for movies. I loved Cabin in the Woods, The Avengers, and Wreck-it Ralph.

Obviously I'm biased, and I am going to say that The Dark Knight Rises was my favorite Batman film. I'm also going to say that Christopher Nolan always knew what He was doing with all three films.
calis  +   708d ago
He most certainly was going to use the Joker in the 3rd until the death of Heath Ledger.

Also he didn't want to do a third one.
rataranian  +   705d ago
I'm sorry but Batman was kind of weak. It was way too predictable and the Bane character was annoying as hell. The ending was lame too.

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