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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1145d ago | opinion piece

ScreenCrave's Top 20 Films of 2012

ScreenCrave: In terms of cinema, 2012 has been a huge pivot for the way movies are made and distributed. This was the year where the film industry turned its back on 35 millimeter film (which has been the standard for well over a century), with digital projection no longer just an option but the standard. At the same time a filmmaker like Paul Thomas Anderson shot a movie on 70mm, a format that hadn’t been used since the mid 90′s. (Culture)

ssb3173  +   1144d ago
I absolutely enjoyed Skyfall as it had the air of the previous Bond movies. I was particularly happy to see a return of the witty one-liners and I loved the banter between Bond and Moneypenny. Avengers is still my stand-out film of the year, but Ted was definitely a good surprise.

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