Best of 2012: Movies that made it to IMDb’s Top 250
2012, the year the world was supposed to end and apparently did not, has been amazing for many reasons. We have gotten to see great super hero movies, thrilling action sequences and experienced some extraordinary adventures. But the question in everybody’s mind is: what is the best movie of 2012? Answering that question is rather hard since our taste as people and movie enthusiasts relatively different and sometimes changing. But I thought to seek out a measuring tool that combines the general opinions and gives a more or less accurate results in relation to the best movies of 2012.
IMDb and its TOP 250 movies shows the best of the best in its list and out of all the movies of 2012, six have gained enough high scores to make it to the list. Most likely, these following are the best movies of 2012! (Keeping in mind that some 2012 movies will be internationally released in 2013, some of those could make it to the list later, for instance Les Misérables.)
6. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (# 211)
The coming of an age story of Charlie is based on a book by Stephen Chbosky and his name should be remembered for following reasons. Chbsoky not only wrote the book, he wrote the screenplay and directed The Perks of Being a Wallflower, a teenage drama with Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller and Mae Whitman. His artistic and true to the book take on teenagers and their complicated lives in The Perks of Being a Wallflower certainly is one of the best portrays of young adults.
5. Argo (# 195)
Ben Affleck proves yet again that he is not just an actor but a great director. Following his success with Gone Baby Gone and The Town, Argo is his third feature film and currently the most successful one. When CIA is involved, the drama and thrilling situations are certainly present but the five Golden Globe nominations Argo has gathered show that this movie is one of the best of 2012.
4. Life of Pi (# 194)
Placed in front of Argo, Life of Pi is another book to movie adaptation but this time it brings into life the story of a young boy and his adventure with unexpected company. Ang Lee who also directed Brokeback Mountain is back with stunning cinematography and a score that has earned Life of Pi a Golden Globe nomination in addition to Best Movie and Best Director nominations.