Anna-Sophia’s Top 10 Films of 2012

A special guest list on the blog today, my lovely wife’s 10 favorite films of 2012. I take her along for the ride on the many of the movies I see and thought it would be interesting to post her opinion as she is not as big of a film nerd as me and is thus not as biased by film culture as I am. These were her 10 favorites:

10. Wreck-it Ralph

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“Did a good job creating a fantasy world that felt real. It was like Toy Story, but much better”

9. Safety Not Guaranteed

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“Always loved stories about people that are on the outside of society, seeing them get to know him was inspiring”

8. Moonrise Kingdom

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“Love the quirkiness of Wes Anderson, he never disappoints”

7. The Hunger Games

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“It’s like a cautionary tale that is exciting and psychological; it grabs every part of you”

6. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

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“Had my attention the whole time. Normally I don’t like fantasy, but this one drew me in emotionally”

5. Flight

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“A very unexpected outcome, I loved it because I had no idea what was gonna happen. It was very realistic in dealing with issues that many people face”

4. Looper

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“I like futuristic action movies; the whole storyline of how he discovers how to save everyone he must sacrifice himself”

3. The Dark Knight Rises

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“Another one about sacrifice for the greater good of the people. It really tied the whole series together”

2. Les Miserables

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“Story about a real event that we’ve learned about, seeing how the people were impacted by those events was emotional”

1. End of Watch

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“I love it. Kept me on the edge of my seat, giving me a whole new respect for anyone on the police force. The handheld camera made it so much more intense, giving a realistic look at action”

Honorable mentions: Your Sister’s Sister, Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Sound of Noise, Celeste and Jesse Forever

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