Movies in 2012

A list of the films I've seen for the first time in the year 2012. This includes theatrical releases as well as DVD or Blu-Ray rentals. Rep cinema screenings also included.

  • The Hudsucker Proxy
  • Tucker and Dale vs Evil
  • L.A. Confidential
  • Haywire
  • Hugo
  • Pierrot le Fou
  • Carnage
  • Down Terrace
  • Chronicle
  • Once
  • The Evil Dead
  • The Captains
  • A Shot in the Dark
  • The Raid
  • The Hunger Games
  • The Lady Eve
  • The Brothers Bloom
  • John Carter
  • Criss Cross
  • The Searchers
  • Raw Deal
  • Vertigo
  • The Thomas Crown Affair
  • Dr. No
  • Fall Guy
  • The Black Cat
  • Seconds
  • Black Narcissus
  • Rosemary's Baby
  • The Women
  • The Thief of Bagdad
  • The Cabin in the Woods
  • Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
  • The Avengers
  • Moonrise Kingdom
  • The Lady Vanishes
  • The Call of Cthulhu
  • Prometheus
  • Celine and Julie Go Boating
  • Safety Not Guaranteed
  • Brave
  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • Beasts of the Southern Wild
  • Magic Mike
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • The Dark Knight Rises
  • Total Recall
  • The Campaign
  • The Bourne Legacy
  • Goldfinger
  • Seven Chances
  • ParaNorman
  • Premium Rush
  • The Master
  • Resident Evil: Retribution
  • The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm
  • Looper
  • Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
  • Timecrimes
  • Frankenweenie
  • Argo
  • Seven Psychopaths
  • Silent Hill: Revelation 3D
  • Cloud Atlas
  • Something in the Air
  • Wrong
  • It's Such a Beautiful Day
  • Holy Motors
  • In Another Country
  • Berberian Sound Studio
  • The ABCs of Death
  • Wreck-It Ralph
  • Paperman
  • Skyfall
  • Anna Karenina
  • Hitchcock
  • The Time Machine

10 Comments

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • I see you watched Shatner's The Captains. There was something in Kate Mulgrew's interview that really resonated with me, and that was the bit about her father not believing in acting as a viable profession for his daughter. I'm a Kentuckian; Mulgrew was from Indiana? Somewhere in the midwest, anyway.

    I grew up knowing that when they asked what you wanted to do when you grew up, you didn't say anything related to the arts. Those might be hobbies at most, but they weren't things that people from here actually did for a living. I fought to marginalize my creative inclinations my entire life, until I was confronted by literal life-or-death depression last year.

    Watching The Captains earlier this year in that context made me really appreciate and admire what she did in spite of her discouraging background. I wish I'd had that kind of self-confidence. I wasn't a fan of Voyager or Captain Janeway as a character, but I always liked Mulgrew in the role and wished they'd given her better material. Seeing her segment of that doc really cemented my admiration for her as a human being.

    Also, seeing Avery Brooks's segments made me believe that he's become batshit crazy.

  • WOAH. Why did that post five times?!

  • Your "post" button was overcome by the spirit of Avery Brooks perhaps? ;)

  • Go on...! :P

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