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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Cameron McAllister, Reel Georgia

1. Beasts of the Southern Wild
2. Silver Linings Playbook
3. Rust and Bone
4. Amour
5. Lincoln
6. Restoration
7. Zero Dark Thirty
8. Killing Them Softly
9. Moonrise Kingdom
10. Sound of My Voice

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Edward Douglas, Coming Soon

1. Life of Pi
2. Searching for Sugar Man
3. The Intouchables
4. The Impossible
5. Chico and Rita
6. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
7. Skyfall
8. Samsara
9. Les Miserables
10. The Cabin in the Woods
1. Life of Pi
2. Searching for Sugar Man
3. The Intouchables
4. The Impossible
5. Chico and Rita
6. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
7. Skyfall
8. Samsara
9. Les Miserables
10. The Cabin in the Woods

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Jeffrey Wells, Hollywood Elsewhere

1. Silver Linings Playbook/Zero Dark Thirty
3. Anna Karenina
4. Holy Motors
5. The Master
6. Amour
7. The Dark Knight Rises
8. Argo
9. Arbitrage
10. Beasts of the Southern Wild

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Peter Suderman

Peter Suderman The Washington Times Zero Dark Thirty The Avengers Django Unchained The Master The Cabin in the Woods The Grey Magic Mike Killing Me Softly Beasts of the Southern Wild Skyfall  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Ryan Painter

Ryan Painter KUTV Argo Beasts of the Southern Wild The Dark Knight Rises Frankenweenie Holy Motors Lincoln Looper The Perks of Being a Wallflower Silver Linings Playbook Zero Dark Thirty  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Bob Bloom

Bob Bloom JC Online Zero Dark Thirty Safety Not Guaranteed Les Miserables The Dark Knight Rises Argo Lincoln Silver Linings Playbook Searching for Sugar Man Django Unchained Skyfall  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Randy Myers

Randy Myers San Jose Mercury News Zero Dark Thirty Argo The Master Amour Beasts of the Southern Wild Moonrise Kingdom Silver Linings Playbook Looper The Grey In the Family  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Duane Dudek

Duane Dudek JS Online Lincoln Argo Zero Dark Thirty Moonrise Kingdom Life of Pi Beasts of the Southern Wild Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of GOd The Imposter Searching for Sugar Man Amour

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Mack Rawden

Mack Rawden Cinema Blend Argo Silver Linings Playbook Zero Dark Thirty Skyfall Lincoln Pitch Perfect Looper Beasts of the Southern Wild 21 Jump Street Life of Pi

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Bill Wine

Bill Wine CBS Argo Silver Linings Playbook Skyfall Zero Dark Thirty Les Miserables The Dark Knight Rises The Sessions The Other Son Looper Bully      

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Joe Williams

Joe Williams St. Louis Today Argo Django Unchained The Impossible Life of Pi The Master Moonrise Kingdom On the Road Samsara Searching for Sugar Man Silver Linings Playbook  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Mike Scott

Mike Scott Nola.com Beasts of the Southern Wild Zero Dark Thirty Lincoln Moonrise Kingdom The Sessions Django Unchained Argo Killer Joe Silver Linings Playbook Life of Pi  

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Tom Charity

Tom Charity CNN Django Unchained The Master Zero Dark Thirty Silver Linings Playbook Beasts of the Southern WIld Life of Pi Killing Them Softly Bernie Skyfall Frankenweenie      

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Bob Grimm

Bob Grimm Anchorage Press Les Miserables The Impossible Zero Dark Thirty Moonrise Kingdom Looper Safety Not Guaranteed Ruby Sparks Seven Psychopaths Beasts of the Southern Wild The Grey

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: David Poland, Movie City News

David Poland 1. (tie) Zero Dark Thirty 1. (tie) Amour 3. Rust & Bone 4. The Master 5. The Grey 6. Lincoln 7. The Gatekeepers 8. The Perks of Being A Wallflower 9. Ted 10. Cloud Atlas

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Ray Pride, Movie City News

1. Zero Dark Thirty
2. Oslo, August 31
3. Moonrise Kingdom
4. Rust & Bone
5. Once Upon A Time In Anatolia
6. Looper
7. Life Without Principle
8. Amour
9. The Turin Horse
10. Miss Bala

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Brad Brevet, Rope Of Silicon

1. Django Unchained
2. Moonrise Kingdom
3. Silver Linings Playbook
4. End of Watch
5. Magic Mike
6. Zero Dark Thirty
7. Killing Them Softly
8. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
9. Rust and Bone
10. Lincoln

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Richard Crouse

The Dark Knight Rises
Django Unchained
The Impossible
Looper
The Master
Moonrise Kingdom
The Sessions
Skyfall
Stories We Tell
Zero Dark Thirty

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Brad Schreiber

Polisse
Generation P
The Sessions
Flight
Perfect Sense
Arbitrage
Monsieur Lazhar
A Royal Affair
The Story of Film: An Odyssey
Turn Me On, Dammit

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Robert Horton

Margaret
Once Upon a Time In Anatolia
Silver Linings Playbook
This is Not A Film
Lincoln
The Turin Horse
The Master
Bernie
Searching for Sugar Man
To Rome With Love

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“TIFF doesn’t make attendance numbers for its Lightbox screenings publicly available, so it’s difficult to gauge exactly how many filmgoers the Lightbox is attracting (or how much money it’s bringing in). But the King Street West venue hasn’t become a significant draw for film enthusiasts. The Lightbox’s attendance has plunged – 49,000 fewer visitors last year, a drop of 27 per cent, according to figures recently reported in the Toronto Star. Its gallery space – designed to showcase the visions of cinema’s most iconic filmmakers – saw most of its exhibitions staff quietly axed this past fall. And its marketing barely escapes the Lightbox’s walls. Unless you are a TIFF member or one of the city’s most avid filmgoers, you could walk by the Lightbox and remain blissfully unaware of a single thing that goes on inside. TIFF “still has a world-class brand,” said Barry Avrich, a filmmaker and former board member, “but it’s going to take some fresh vision from retail, consumer programming and marketing experts, given how the lines have become intensely blurred when it comes to how people watch film. They will have to experiment with programming to find the right blend of function and relevance.”
~ Globe & Mail Epic On State of Toronto Int’l (paywalled)

“I’m 87 years old… I only eat so I can smoke and stay alive… The only fear I have is how long consciousness is gonna hang on after my body goes. I just hope there’s nothing. Like there was before I was born. I’m not really into religion, they’re all macrocosms of the ego. When man began to think he was a separate person with a separate soul, it created a violent situation.

“The void, the concept of nothingness, is terrifying to most people on the planet. And I get anxiety attacks myself. I know the fear of that void. You have to learn to die before you die. You give up, surrender to the void, to nothingness.

“Anybody else you’ve interviewed bring these things up? Hang on, I gotta take this call… Hey, brother. That’s great, man. Yeah, I’m being interviewed… We’re talking about nothing. I’ve got him well-steeped in nothing right now. He’s stopped asking questions.”
~ Harry Dean Stanton