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    Drive – It’s like pulling a 90-mph, 270-degree spinout in a black Ford Mustang with a nameless stranger at the wheel – but this nameless guy isn’t nameless, he’s Ryan Gosling and he’s the Driver, and it’s a loud, violent, completely awesome action film about a movie stunt driver by day and getaway wheelman by night. And, it is the best film of the year!

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    ryanpratt said:
    Drive – It’s like pulling a 90-mph, 270-degree spinout in a black Ford Mustang with a nameless stranger at the wheel – but this nameless guy isn’t nameless, he’s Ryan Gosling and he’s the Driver, and it’s a loud, violent, completely awesome action film about a movie stunt driver by day and getaway wheelman by night. And, it is the best film of the year!

    it’s similar to “The Driver” with Ryan O’neal, the characters are almost identical

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    Martha Macy May Marlene was one of the best I saw this past year. It is one of those movies that my wife utterly detested and I loved. It can be confusing to some (not me) and leaves you thinking in the end.
    Comedy- 30 seconds or less is surprisingly hilarious
    And I have been catching up on my action hero movies over my Holiday Break as I have watched Green Hornet, Thor, Captain America, & X-Men First Class in the last 3 days. I have a guilty pleasure for Comic Book Heroes.

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    jmak said:
    From the honorable Sir Bradley Keefe:

    http://www.columbusalive.com/content/stories/2011/12/22/year-in-review-the-top-10-films-of-2011.html

    …Source Code??? Really???

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxX02-KdsXM

    Just watched this today, absolutely brilliant.

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    Not sure if Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy gets 2011 or 2012 nods…but I’m nodding. The movie is incredible, and Gary Oldman should finally get the most over-deserved Oscar in history.

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    +1 for The Tree of Life. I thought Terrence Malick’s The New World was one of the most visually impressive films ever, but The Tree of Life is just in another class. It’s definitely Malick’s masterpiece and at the very least should be a lock for Best Cinematography.

    And two that I haven’t seen mentioned yet:

    13 Assassins

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1436045/

    Trust

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1529572/

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