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Submitted by Paganostaghetti 1056d ago | opinion piece

Independent Cinema - Sam's Five Surprising and Disappointing Films of 2012

Independent Cinema writes: 2012 has been quite the year in film. For one, some of the year’s most financially successful films were actually pretty good films in their own right, a rare feat to say the least. While many of them delivered, some fell just short and left a bitter, unwelcoming taste in my mouth. That being said however, 2012 has been host to a few neat surprises; films where those high expectations were originally substituted with great levels of skepticism. While a more formal top 10 is coming, I wanted to highlight some of the year’s biggest surprises as well as some of its most bitter disappointments. None of these choices are in any particular order. I also apologize in advance for the lack of any Tatum; I’m afraid I missed out on all the fun this year (see Chris’ list for Tatum-satisfaction). (Culture)

Bumpmapping  +   1056d ago
Dredd 3D was fantastic best action movies ive seen in years.
MrDead  +   1055d ago
I just hope it makes enough on Blu-ray, DVD and digital sales so we get the next two planed films.

Dredd is my all time favourite comic character nothing comes close to this guy.
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Bumpmapping  +   1055d ago
Same would love to see a sequel,hopefully word of mouth will really help out on Bluray,DVD,Digital sales.

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