Awards Watch Archive for December, 2012

THE ACADEMY EXTENDS OSCAR® NOMINATIONS VOTING PERIOD TO JANUARY 4

December 31, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BEVERLY HILLS, CA – The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has extended the deadline for members to vote for Oscar nominations by one day to Friday, January 4, 2013, 5.p.m. PT.  (The original date was Thursday, January 3, 5 p.m. PT).  Members may vote online or submit…

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Scott Weinberg, GeekNation

1. Django Unchained
2. Moonrise Kingdom
3. Les Miserables
4. The Cabin in the Woods
5. Looper
6. The Raid: Redemption
7. The Grey
8. Cloud Atlas
9. The Avengers
10. Kill List
11. Skyfall
12. Killer Joe
13. Goon
14. The Master
15. Compliance
16. Sound of My Voice
17. Headhunters
18. Argo
19. ParaNorman
20. The Impossible
21. Silver Linings Playbook
22. Lincoln
23. Wreck-It Ralph
24. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
25. The Innkeepers

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Rob Hunter, Film School Rejects

Argo
The Avengers
The Cabin in the Woods
Detachment
The Grey
Moonrise Kingdom
Nameless Gangster
Oslo, August 31st
Perfect Sense
Silver Linings Playbook
Sister
Take This Waltz

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Guy Lodge, Hitfix

1. Tabu
2. The Master
3. In The House
4. Berberian Sound Studio
5. Magic Mike
6. Sister
7. Our CHildren
8. Take This Waltz
9. Lore
10. Mirror Mirror

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Oliver Lyttelton, Playlist

1. Anna Karenina
2. Tabu
3. Wadjda
4. Stories We Tell
5. Looper
6. Life Of Pi
7. Moonrise Kingdom
8. No
9. Argo
10. The Hunt
11. Killing Them Softly
12. Holy Motors
13. Sightseers
14. Beasts Of The Southern Wild
15. The Dark Knight Rises/The Avengers

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Sean P. Means, Salt Lake Tribune

1. Beasts of the Southern Wild
2. Moonrise Kingdom
3. Zero Dark Thirty
4. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
5. The Sessions
6. The Avengers
7. Safety Not Guaranteed
8. The Loneliest Planet
9. The Master
10. Amour

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Meredith Borders, Badass Digest

1. Cloud Atlas
2. Django Unchained
3. The Cabin in the Woods
4. Moonrise Kingdom
5. The Master
6. Looper
7. Lincoln
8. Zero Dark Thirty
9. Perks of Being a Wallflower
10. Beasts of the Southern Wild / The Raid: Redemption (tie)

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Dennis Dermody, PAPER Magazine

1. Holy Motors
2. The Imposter
3. The Master
4. Keep The Lights On
5. Beloved
6. The Deep Blue Sea
7. Cloud Atlas
8. The Cabin In The Woods
9. God Bless America
10. The Raid: Redemption

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Devin Faraci, Badass Digest

1. Zero Dark Thirty
2. Django Unchained
3. Lincoln
4. Cabin in the Woods
5. Beasts of the Southern Wild
6. Cloud Atlas
7. The Master
8. The Perks of Being A Wallflower
9. Holy Motors
10. Moonrise Kingdom

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic

1. Argo
2. Moonrise Kingdom
3. Zero Dark Thirty
4. Lincoln
5. Silver Linings Playbook
6. This Is Not a Film
7. The Master
8. The Cabin in the Woods
9. Skyfall
10. Wreck-It Ralph

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: William Goss, Film.com

1. The Grey
2. Holy Motors
3. Looper
4. The Cabin in the Woods
5. Oslo, August 31st
6. Cloud Atlas
7. Shut Up and Play the Hits
8. The Raid: Redemption
9. ParaNorman
10. The Queen of Versailles

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter

1. Amour
2. The Gatekeepers
3. Beasts of the Southern Wild
4. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia
5. Zero Dark Thirty
6. The Master
7. Skyfall
8. Footnote
9. Django Unchained
10. The Dark Knight Rises

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Will Leitch, Deadspin

1. Zero Dark Thirty,
2. Oslo August 31st
3. Lincoln
4. The Avengers
5. Amour
6. Looper
7. Killer Joe
8. The Master
9. Moonrise Kingdom
10. Argo

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Peter Paras, E! Online

1. Skyfall
2. Beasts Of The Southern Wild
3. The Hunger Games
4. The Avengers
5. Life Of Pi
6. Les Misérables
7. Moonrise Kingdom
8. 21 Jump Street
9. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
10. Wreck-It Ralph

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Brian Brooks, Movieline

1. Amour
2. Zero Dark Thirty
3. Silver Linings Playbook
4. Lincoln
5. Beasts of the Southern Wild
6. How to Survive a Plague
7. Anna Karenina
8. Holy Motors
9. On the Road
10. Argo

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Marshall Fine, Hollywood & Fine

Any Day Now
Argo
The Cabin in the Woods
Footnote
God Bless America
Haywire
How to Survive a Plague
The Intouchables
Killing Them Softly
Moonrise Kingdom
Not Fade Away
The Raid: Redemption
Searching for Sugar Man
The Sessions

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Josh Ralske, Moviemaker

1. Moonrise Kingdom
2. The Central Park Five
3. Zero Dark Thirty
4. This is Not a Film
5. Take This Waltz
6. The Kid With a Bike
7. Turn Me On, Dammit
8. Lincoln
9. Barbara
10. Haywire

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: James Kaelan, Moviemaker

1. Amour
2. Turin Horse
3. ALPS
4. The Master
5. Jiro Dreams of Sushi
6. Starlet
7. Holy Motors
8. Rust and Bone
9. Compliance
10. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Eugene Hernandez

1. Holy Motors
2. The Master
3. The Turin Horse
4. Moonrise Kingdom
5. Amour
6. The Kid With a Bike
7. Tabu
8. How to Survive a Plague
9. Zero Dark Thirty
10. Girl Walk // All Day
11. Lincoln
12. Bonsái
13. Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present
14. Magic Mike
15. Detropia
16. A Royal Affair
17. The Night Watchman / El Velador
18. Neighboring Sounds
19. Now, Forager
20. Silver Linings Playbook
21. Miss Bala
22. Only the Young
23. Oslo, August 31st
24. Tchoupitoulas
25. Beasts of the Southern Wild

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Critics Top Ten List 2012: Joshua Starnes, ComingSoon.net

1. Les Misérables
2. Beasts of the Southern Wild
3. The Master
4. Argo
5. Lincoln
6. The Sessions
7. The Impossible
8. Zero Dark Thirty
9. Cosmopolis
10. Killer Joe

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“We don’t have any idea what the universe is. Wise people have always told us that this is proof you shouldn’t think, because thinking leads you nowhere. You just build over this huge construction of misunderstanding, which is culture. The history of culture is the history of the misunderstandings of great thinkers. So we always have to go back to zero and begin differently. And maybe in that way you have a chance not to understand but at least not to have further misunderstandings. Because this is the other side of this question—Am I really so brave to cancel all human culture? To stop admiring the beauty in human production? It’s very difficult to say no.”
~ László Krasznahorkai

“I have a license to carry in New York. Can you believe that? Nobody knows that, [Applause] somebody attacks, somebody attacks me, oh, they’re gonna be shot. Can you imagine? Somebody says, oh, it is Trump, he’s easy pickings what do you say? Right? Oh, boy. What was the famous movie? No. Remember, no remember where he went around and he sort of after his wife was hurt so badly and kill. What?  I — Honestly, Yeah, right, it’s true, but you have many of them. Famous movie. Somebody. You have many of them. Charles Bronson right the late great Charles Bronson name of the movie come on.  , remember that? Ah, we’re gonna cut you up, sir, we’re gonna cut you up, uh-huh.

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One of the great movies. Charles Bronson, great, Charles Bronson. Great movies. Today you can’t make that movie because it’s not politically correct, right? It’s not politically correct. But could you imagine with Trump? Somebody says, oh, all these big monsters aren’t around he’s easy pickings and then shoot.”
~ Donald Trump