Favorite Films of Mid-2012

The first half of this year will be over in a few hours. I have not watched as many films (again!) as I would have wanted to due to work and numerous travels over the summer. Here are a list of films I enjoyed watching this year. Majority on this list were released prior to 2012. A few of these are mainstream and others may have been panned by critics. But I don’t care.

Click on the title to bring you to the trailer.


21 Jump Street


50/50


The Artist


The Avengers


Beginners


The Cabin in the Woods


Children Who Chase Lost Voices From Deep Below


Dark Shadows


The Debt


The Descendants


The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo


Hugo


The Hunger Games


Incendies


The Kid with a Bike


Moneyball


Once Upon a Time in Anatolia


One Day


Pina


Prometheus


Rampart


Safe


Safe House


A Separation


Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy


You Are The Apple of My Eye


Young Adult

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6 Responses to Favorite Films of Mid-2012

  1. Wow! Lots of mainstream movies. So not you, man. LOL

  2. ewok1993 says:

    konti pa yan ah. from your list i watched 3 in the movie theater.

  3. andy says:

    From your list, I like A Separation the best. Yung The Kid with a Bike gusto ko rin mapanood. :-D

  4. PM says:

    how come i’ve not watched anything from this list? :lol:

  5. sheng says:

    I have watched a few from your list, 4-5 maybe! How are you? When will you be back in Gensan kong mahal?

  6. Archieviner says:

    Wow panoorin ko yung iba na wala sa list ko. mukhang maganda :) 1st time ko dito :)

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