Even though the meme says "Favorite Movies of All Time," but since 2012 has been releasing a lot good movies this year (that's a major come back from the disasters of 2010- 2011).
10. "Rise of the Guardians"- The film is placed last because I haven't seen it, and this movie would definately would make 2012 end with a bang (as in a best finale of a great year for movies).
The animation and charcter designs are breath-takingly amazing, and thankfully it's another Dreamworks film that has no pop-culture refences.
09. "Frankenweenie"- It's higher on the list than "Rise of the Guardians" because I've been waiting for a year for this movie to come out, and the trailer of this came before the Guardian's trailer.
I've seen the original old 1980's version, and I pray that this would be as good or better than the original one.
08. "The Three Stooges"- People get your heads out of you nostalgic-fantasies, and give this movie a chance!
Sure they are not the original Stooges, but they played the characters down to a "T," and the comedy in it is just perfect.
Just ignor the dark sub-plot of their friend Teddy, and focused on the gags.
Plus, who doesn't want to see Moe give those Jersey Shore jerks a piece of mind?
07. "Men in Black 3" -The MIBs didn't lost their touch in the movie (characters, alien designs, comedy, dark moments, special effects), and everything wasn't dim-down.
And Boris de Animal is a much better villain than the last villain from the second (that shape-shifting alien basically nothing but a walking sex-appeal through out the entire flick -_- ).
06. "Snow White & the Huntsman"- It's a strange twist on the Snow White story, but it still had as much darkness as the original story had, and a great cast of actors.
It was nice to see Kristian Stewart in something that isn't "Twilight" related (she a better actress when she isn't playing Bella Swan), and the special effects and creature designs were enchanting.
And the love-triangle between the Prince, Snow White, & the Huntsman is a lot more interesting than the other love-triangle Kristian's character was a part of.
05. "The Avengers"- This is what you call a movie with comedy, action, great effects, good actors, nice build-up, and a ladies' Baskin Robin's eye-candy (different flavors, and all equally delicious
This movie of course!
04. "Dark Shadow"- Believe it or not, this film is actually based off an under-rated dark-comedy with the same name (which was literally over-shadowed by "The Addams Family" & "The Munsters" ).
And once again, another faithfull movie adaptation of a show to the list.
God bless you, Barnabus
, and go to Hell, Edward!
03. "Batman: The Dark Knight Rises": I haven't seen it yet, but it still goes on this meme.
I was impressed (and terrified) at the last Batman film, I'm gonna enjoy this one.
It's surprising how the crew forgot about the "curse" (Heath Ledger's death) the last film was rumored to have.
Though I'm sorry for what happened to those people in Colodrado who were murdered in the "Bang in the Theaters" calamity.
02. "The Amazing Spider-Man"- The movie definately lives up it's title.
Best reboot of a trilogy ever! It really improved from the Toby McGuire films (especially who they picked to play Peter/Spidey).
01. "The Lorax"-Go get a fork and eat your words haters & critics that hated this movie.
Because this film hit a major jackpot at the box-office!
Despite it's minor flaws, "The Lorax" is definately another film adaption of Dr. Seuss' books that stays true to the story.
Some people say they didn't like the film because it was "sugar-coated."
Well the studio had to lighten up some parts of the film because the original book of the Lorax was banned in some countries, because the publishers found it too depressing for a children's book (look it up).
The only real problems I have with this movie is crazy fandom (especially what some of the fangirls are doing to the poor Once-Ler
), and the marketing.
If Illumination Entertainment made a big fuss about "Hop" and "Despicable Me," why didn't they sell things that were Lorax related?
I would give away one of my orgains (mostly the use-less ones) for plushies (of the Truffula critters, the Lorax, and the Once-Ler) and a pair of Lorax pajammas.
Honorable mentions (like to see):
"Paranorman"- I like Henrey Selick's films
"Madagascar 3"- Mostly to get that "Afro-Circus" song out of my head
"Ice Age 4"- It has some good new characters in it
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