The Greatest Movie People Of 2012

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    • Kellend11

      Dec 18th 2012, 12:03

      George Lucas....really?!

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    • McSerious

      Dec 18th 2012, 13:08

      I'm so sick to death of hearing about Whedon. He's good... He's very good... He's not THAT good.

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    • kmaher

      Dec 18th 2012, 13:11

      Buffy was not cancelled. It ran for seven seasons & the story was wrapped up. Angel was cancelled--but still had five whole seasons. Dollhouse had two short seasons--but that was pretty good for such a challenging show. Cabin In The Woods was finished in 2010; MGM's bankruptcy led to its late release.

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    • FBNPhotoflash

      Dec 18th 2012, 13:18

      Sorry but Andrew Garfield, its that good, he did nothing specail for the spiderman film! oh wait he looks a teenager, (other film critics keep saying) hint for part:2 mr garfield STOP TAKING OFF THE MASK & you're not hugh grant(acting style yes)

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    • FBNPhotoflash

      Dec 18th 2012, 13:45

      Ok. WTF Ben Affleck didn’t even make the top ten, let alone the top 5, Come on I like Avengers, but you all acting as if Joss Whedon rewrite the bible, was I only person who what a film called ‘The F@£king RAID” what that 1st time director Gareth Evans did was F@£king.awsome…Ok sorry for the bad Language. I am hardcore comic fan; I don’t just jump on the bandwagon like some fake Man U footy fan or comic book fan I know (like my friends & the people who made this list) Yes it was a cracking film, but really no1…

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    • killertapir

      Dec 18th 2012, 14:58

      FBNPhotoflash, Gareth Evens wasn't a first time director when he made The Raid though. He also did a couple of other movies. I can at least recommend Merantau if you like martial arts action films. Doesn't quite reach the same level of insanity as The Raid, but really what else does? Good film.

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    • ericrentz

      Dec 18th 2012, 15:31

      @FBNPhotoflash I'm a Whedonite, but I also thought there was something lacking in the Avengers. Joss Whedon did great things with it, but there weren't many things that really stood out. I mean the story wasn't anything special. The only thing that stood out was his Hulk. And i agree Ben Affleck should be higher on the list.

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    • Ichi1

      Dec 18th 2012, 15:50

      @FBNPhotoflash....how about you at least try to know WTF you are talking about before you go on talking c**p. It might help you look a little bit less like a tool. Gareth Evans a first time film maker? Weird....a couple years ago I sat behind him at the Palm Springs Film Festival screening of Merantau....guess I imagined that. Its funny because both of your posts tried to make others look stupid and you just ended up making yourself look stupid. Well played little lady.

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    • Hadouken76

      Dec 18th 2012, 17:21

      FBNPhotoflash your friends aren't hardcore comic book fans? Maybe because they have better things to do with their lives.

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    • DonDraper

      Dec 19th 2012, 19:00

      "somehow Whedon even found time to co-write 2012’s sharpest comedy-horror Cabin In The Woods." Do some research, it's pretty common knowledge that film has been sitting on the shelf for some three years after the MGM debacle. Clearly it was resurrected and maybe even touched up a bit before a quick release due to the nascent popularity of both Chris Hemsworth and the anticipating of Whedon as a brand. Why not try accurately conveying how the industry works before lavishing praise upon all these people, claiming they work like bees.

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    • SaveFerris

      Dec 19th 2012, 22:45

      I worry for the future of Total Film. The Amazing Spider-Man sucked, Andrew Garfield was terrible in it. Maybe you think taking twenty minutes to say a line with lots of 'ums' and 'ahs' is great acting. The Avengers was fun, but overrated, plus you know that Whedon didn't write Cabin In The Woods during the same time so, dafuq? Plus, having George Lucas feature in the list? What a joke! The man hasn't contributed anything worthwhile since the '80s.

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    • davidrobbo

      Dec 23rd 2012, 17:28

      why could Silver Linings Playbook nab Jennifer Lawrence that 'elusive' Oscar? she's 22 and has only been nominated once before!

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    • Bickle

      Jan 11th 2013, 22:31

      Fassbender ruled. Hardy was meh.

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