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2012 – Year in Review

Another year has come & gone, and another end of year list has been written. But before I continue I want to state my goals for 2013:

1. Write at least one review per week – last year this was easier said then done.

2. Use Monday to spotlight another blog, though it does not have to be film related.

3. Come up with a weekly feature–probably for Wednesdays and starting next week.

4. Improve on my stats from this year – link to 2012 stats at the bottom of this post.

That being said, let’s get back to 2012. All movie titles or images will link to the corresponding review.

Worst “Film” of the Year: Dreams of My Real Father

Worst Film of the Year Released in Theatres: Trouble With the Curve – I did not review this movie

Best Guilty Pleasure: John Carter

Best LGBT Films of 2012

5. Elliot Loves
4. Naked As We Came
3. North Sea, Texas
2. Tomboy
1. I Do

Best Documentaries

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Best Films of 2012

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(Honorable Mentions)

 

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Annual Report

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Miami International Film Festival – What I am going to.

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The Miami International Film Festival starts this week, and me and my better half will be going to ten films–which is a record for us.  Below are the films we’ll be watching and I will be reviewing:

March 2nd, Opening Night

Mariachi Gringo

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March 4th

Unfinished Spaces

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March 5th

The Diary of Preston Plummer

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March 6th

The Imposter

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March 7th

The Perfect Family

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March 8th

Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You

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March 10th

Born & Raised

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March 11th

David

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Starbuck

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Besides the films, the great thing about MIFF is it uses just about every theatre in the area:  Colony Theatre, The Coral Gables Art Cinema, Festival Village Stages, Freedom Tower, The Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, Miami Beach Cinematheque, O Cinema, Regal South Beach Cinemas; The Historic Alfred I DuPont Building, The Light Box at Goldman Warehouse, Tower Theatre, and Villa 221.  The crown jewel is the Gusman; a classic and restored movie palace–photos will be posted tomorrow.