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It’s about that time for me to announce my top films of 2012 and twenty-five films have been picked as the top of the crop.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead deserves more than just critical acclaim: she should have been an Academy Award nominee by now thanks to Smashed.
Roman Coppola’s sophomore piece is one heck of a journey inside the mind of a broken-hearted asshole.
Seth Grahame-Smith’s 2010 mashup novel gets the film adaptation treatment. Despite not reading the book, I watched the film because of its interesting premise. Unfortunately, the premise happens to be the best part of the film.
The teaser trailer of the fifth installment of the Die Hard franchise has hit the web!
Aaron Paul deals with substance abuse in Smashed (but it’s not meth).
The music video for Linkin Park’s Powerless includes scenes from Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
The YAM Magazine team lists and votes for their most anticipated films of 2012.
The story for Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter centers around the president’s quest to rid the world of vampires, presented as the real conflict behind the Civil War.
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World is an action/comedy/romance film based on the graphic novel series Scott Pilgrim, created by Bryan Lee O’Malley, directed by Edgar Wright, and starring Michael Cera as the main character.