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Top 25 hollywood movies of 2012 by MovieReviewPreview.com

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Here is a list of some 25 top Hollywood movies , some of which entered the Billion $ club, while a few others were super hits that made everyone laugh and cry! Let us have a look.

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Top 25 hollywood movies of 2012 by MovieReviewPreview.com

  1. 1. Top 25 Movies of 2012The last few years of recession saw cinemas close their doors and the popcorn machinesgrind to a halt. Hollywood failed to impress with its rehashed smut comedies and lousyaction flicks. We felt at a dead end – we were sure we had seen it all before. With the ageof the internet well and truly upon us we seemed happy to stay home and watch moviesonline. Then suddenly 2012 hit and once again our love of films on the big screenflourished.Yes 2012 has been a startling year for the box office and for the average movie goer therehas been so much to look forward too! We have seen superhero movies from the makersof marvel come back into fashion with a vengeance. We have seen some bold newreleases from Pixar and Disney, we have witnessed the final climax between Bella Swanand Edward Cullen and we have watched Bilbo set out sans ring for his journey throughMiddle Earth. How can we not get excited about cinema again with all this going on! In2012 history was made (and revisited) with the release of Lincoln, the Dark Knightreturned to our screens as the caped crusader, Les Miserables finally made it offBroadway and onto the big screen and Jennifer Lawrence startled us in The HungerGames. >>>> Read More on MovieReviewPreview.com Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  2. 2. 25 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Zero Dark ThirtyKathryn Bigelow is renowned for making award winning military action movies and her latest offering Zero Dark Thirty doesn’t stray far from what she is best at. Thefilm is centered on the decade long hunt for Osama Bin Laden after the September11 attacks. The film could quite easily have missed the mark but Bigelow succeededin making a movie that matches our appetites, a film that is swift, relentless andexpertly put together. Sure the story may not prove easy viewing but the rare scopeof the plot, acting and cinematic skills makes it nigh impossible to turn away. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  3. 3. 24 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Lincoln Daniel Day Lewis takes the lead as ex-president Lincoln in this stunning piece ofcinema. Steven Spielberg directs this part biographical and historical drama that will catapult you back into the past as Lincoln struggles with the finer points of being president. You can expect an epic of Spielberg proportions and some mighty fine acting from Lewis. This is certainly a film that wants to teach its audience abouthistory and does the job marvelously well. Critics have been calling this blockbuster Spielberg’s best film for a decade! Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  4. 4. 23 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Jack ReacherPlenty of gun fire and the dead bodies soon start to pile up in gun toting actionthriller Jack Reacher. Tom Cruise takes the lead as the ex-military investigator on thewar path and before long the shots are flying. It’s an old school shoot up film withclaws yet Cruise carries the banner of human superhero into a new era. JackReacher provides a character that’s dark, mysterious and full of sequel possibilities.Watch this space but it seems the handle may fly off and you will be hearing morefrom Jack Reacher in the future. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  5. 5. 22 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Pitch PerfectYou may think musical high school comedies will make you groan but then you havenever seen Pitch Perfect. This is the story of an all-girl college accapella group calledThe Barden Bella’s and their musical battle against a rival acapella group in a fight towin the nationals. Although the plot may be raising eyebrows as you expect arendition of mean girls or lousy cheerleader movies you are in for a surprise. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  6. 6. 21 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Amazing SpidermanSuperhero films seem to be stealing all the glory when it comes to 2012 and TheAmazing Spiderman is no exception. Sam Raimi ended his reign with Spiderman asdid Toby Maguire. They have now stepped aside to make way for director MarcWebb and actor Andrew Garfield. The Amazing Man takes us right back to thebeginning and we get to see exactly how Spiderman evolved into his superherobeing. After a viral campaign the film was released in June to a big thumbs upresponse from the critics. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  7. 7. 20 By: MovieReviewPreview.com BraveThe movie Brave breaks all kinds of barriers as it was the film that caused Pixar torewrite its entire animation program. The film centers on Merida, a Scottish archerwho defies an age old custom and causes havoc in her kingdom. Brave is hailed bycritics as being a rousing fairy tale that is laced with sharp wit, humor and surprisingdepth. Brenda Chapman makes her mark in history as being the first female directorto work in the all-boys club studio of Pixar scoring an extra notch on the reasons welove this movie! Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  8. 8. 19 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Killing Them SoftlyNeo noir crime at its best, Killing them Softly. This is what happens when you takeBrad Pitt, give him a gun and dress him in leather. You have a film straightaway! Thismovie steps past the simple dynamic and delves into the darkness as Jackie Cogansets out to restore order in the underworld. Brutal yet captivating and as slick as oilKilling them Softly manages to tally up the score card by being a great story thatdoesn’t become overshadowed by its political edge. Andrew Dominik is the manbehind the camera and the guy responsible for pitting Brad Pitt against Ray Liotta inthis darkly comic tale of the underground. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  9. 9. 18 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Silver Lining PlaybookAfter a stay in the mental institution, former teacher Pat moves back in with hisparents to try and piece his life back together and patch things up with his ex-wifedespite the restraining order. Yet things start to go awry again when Pat meetsTiffany, a girl suffering her own neurosis. The two strike up an unlikely friendship.Sure it’s the oldest love story in the book and romantic comedies have been pickingthe apples of this branch for years. Yet the Silver Linings Playbook despite followingprotocol has a few offshoots that make this comedy drama well worth the watch. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  10. 10. 17 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Life of PiMagic realism at its best comes in the form of Life of Pi. The bestselling book hasfinally been turned into a film and cinemagoers are turning up in their droves to seethe tale of Pi and the Bengal tiger stuck on a boat in the middle of the pacific. Thefilm is staggering, simply put. The acting skills of debut actor Suraj Sharma are not tobe sniffed at as he makes the grade in the role of Pi Patel. Ang Lee doesn’t fall shortof the mark as he expertly takes a beloved story and turns it into a worthy script.The technical effects (of which there are many) don’t jar at all and the audience isleft spellbound with a wild sense of wonder. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  11. 11. 16 By: MovieReviewPreview.com AmorThe second French film to make our list is the award winning offbeat love story ofAnne and George, an elderly couple in their eighties. The couples love is severelytested after Anne suffers a stroke, what follows is a brave, innovative and boldattempt at filmmaking that has your heart gushing. Director Michael Haneke hastouched on the impossible – the ability to take a disturbing car crash subject andturn it into a movie of timeless appeal. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  12. 12. 15 By: MovieReviewPreview.com LooperBruce Willis is back in this time travel action film. It’s a far cry from Back to theFuture as in Looper time travel is banned by the government and exploited bycriminal organizations who send criminals back into the past to be killed. Directed byRian Johnson the film is widely acclaimed as being a cerebral mindbender executedwith perfect precision. Looper claimed a handful of awards with film criticassociations and has stepped up the bar for dystopian thrillers. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  13. 13. 14 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Cabin In The WoodsFive friends embark upon a trip to a cabin in the woods…it’s the oldest line in thebook right and you may think how can a good horror movie come out of such a tale.Well you are wrong as The Cabin in the Woods successfully manages to turn thewhole genre of horror inside out. It’s a great way of proving that new light can shineon old stories and the film was received with rapturous critical reception. DrewGodard directs and Kristen Connolly stars in this mind bending tale that will lead youthrough a maze of laughter, fears, trials and tribulations all in one foul swoop. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  14. 14. 13 By: MovieReviewPreview.com ArgoWho knew Ben Affleck had it in him! Sure we have all seen him strutting his stuff inMallrats and Good Will Hunting but this time the idolized Hollywood actor isworking his magic on both sides of the camera. That’s right he takes the lead as boththe front man and director of the movie Argo. The film is based on the true lifeevents of a life or death hostage situation at the American embassy in Tehran in1976 and the unlikely rescue of six Americans. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  15. 15. 12 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Django UnchainedThe American western format has become cool again after the release of QuentinTarantino’s film Django Unchained. An A list ensemble cast including LeonardoDicaprio, Jamie Foxx and Samuel L Jackson is a sure fire way to success. The filmfollows the trail of a recently freed slave as he treks across America with a bountyhunter on a mission to rescue his wife from the plantation fields. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  16. 16. 11 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The MasterWhen you throw together Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffmann into a filmyou are certainly on the right track. Director Paul Thomas Anderson makes the gradewith his tale of a World War II veteran struggling to adjust to a post war society. Thefilm is loosely based on stories from Steinbeck, L.Ron Hubbard and earlieradaptations of There Will be Blood. Anderson has already proved his worth as adirector after the release of There Will be Blood back in 2007 which gainedunanimous critical reception. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  17. 17. 10 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Wreck It RalphThe animated Disney film is the only kids’ movie to make the top 10 when it comesto cinema success. So what made Wreck it Ralph stand out from the crowd and earna highly coveted spot in our list? Well it hits the nail on the head and turns a mid-lifecrisis into a tale of epic proportion. Ralph has been called a love letter to theunderdogs of life. Ralph is an arcade game villain who wants a second chance at lifeand aims to become a hero by traveling from arcade game to game and stompingout the bad guys. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  18. 18. 9 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn 2Since the release of the successful Stephanie Myers teenage vampire books theworld has literally gone gaga for the tale of immortal love between Edward Cullenand Bella Swan. Twilight – you either love it or you loathe it but with box officefigures like $812,456,286 it seems plenty of cinema goers can’t resist it. The finalinstallment in the saga has proved to be Twilights highest grossing film and the fifthhighest grossing film of 2012. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  19. 19. 8 By: MovieReviewPreview.com TedThe plotline may seem straight from the mouth of a child but Ted is no mere kiddie’stale. Ted is about a teddy bear that came to life thanks to a childhood wish fromprotagonist John Bennet. 27 years later the bear and the boy are enjoying ahedonistic life in Boston. Yet complications arise when John’s girlfriend wants thebad bear out of the picture. The movie stars Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis. Notonly did Seth Macfarlane write and produce the tale of Ted but he also provides thevoice for the living toy. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  20. 20. 7 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Rust and BoneNo one can quite capture love stories like the French and Rust and Bone is noexception. The 2012 film tells the tale of a young unemployed man Ali who falls inlove with a whale trainer called Stephanie. After a tragic accident which leavesStephanie disabled she finds herself reaching out to Ali. This lays the tracks for apowerful and moving story of dramatic highs and melancholic lows to take place.The movie presents a solid cast, a wonderful script and the ability to twist youremotions with the drop of a hat. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  21. 21. 6 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Hobbit – An unexpected journeyTolkien lovers had long been awaiting the return to middle earth and nearly adecade after the release of Return of the King we finally got the chance. PeterJackson’s second trilogy started in December with The Hobbit an UnexpectedJourney. Cinema viewers were far from disappointed with the adaptation of thewonderful children’s tale centered on Bilbo Baggins and his quest that takes him tothe Misty Mountains alongside a party of dwarves. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  22. 22. 5 By: MovieReviewPreview.com SkyfallBond is back and it seems gone are the outdated jokes and dry sense of humor thathad us in fits of giggles back in the seventies. The latest Bond movie has beendeclared the best yet and serves up a slick and sleek cinematic experience. Despiteus being 23 films into the Bond enterprise Hollywood keeps finding a way of servingthe secret agent up on a silver platter. Skyfall presents Daniel Craig for the third timeas Bond and the critics love him in the role. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  23. 23. 4 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Hunger GamesWhen Suzanne Collins created her teenage sci fi fiction world The Hunger Gamesshe probably had no idea that the story would prove a sellout success in the boxoffice. Set in a post-apocalyptic world the plot follows Katniss Everdeen as sheparticipates in life or death reality TV show The Hunger Games. Despite the filmssimilarity to movies such as Battle Royal the movie still scored big with audiencesworldwide. Jennifer Lawrence takes the lead in this thrilling tale that will have youon the edge of your seat for the full duration. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  24. 24. 3 By: MovieReviewPreview.com Les MiserablesLes Miz as its fondly known is perhaps the biggest musical in the world! Afternumerous Broadway appearances the Victor Hugo novel made its way to the silverscreen for the first time in December 2012. The innovative approach by director TomHooper who decided to have his A-star cast singing live as opposed to in the boothearned him brownie points with the box office. Starring Anne Hathaway, HughJackman, Russell Crowe and Helena Bonham Carter the film was set for stardombefore it got of the casting couch. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  25. 25. 2 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The Dark Knight RisesAfter the mega success of the bleak and brilliant Dark Knight back in 2008 we havebeen waiting on the edge of our seats to return to Gotham City. In summer 2012 wehad that chance and were far from disappointed. The Dark Knight Rises althoughseemingly slow on the upstart led us through some high twists and turns throwing insome great car chase scenes, an utterly terrifying bad guy called Bane, the incrediblecostume of Batwoman, the introduction of Robin and a story that leaps off thescreen. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
  26. 26. 1 By: MovieReviewPreview.com The AvengersHollywood has been finding success in Marvel comics and The Avengers proved abox office smash and the hottest movie to come out of 2012. With an all-star lineupincluding Robert Downey Jr, Scarlett Johansson and Samuel L. Jackson it’s not hardto figure out just how The Avengers pulled the crowds in. Our favorite superheroesteam up to fight for peace complete with dazzling CGI effects and startling costumesthat knock your socks well and truly off. Captain America, The Hulk, Iron Man, Thorand The Black Widow throw down their best moves in this slick and sassy comicbook cum blockbuster adaption. Copyrights Reserved – MovieReviewPreview.com
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