Ann Hornaday (Washington Post) top 10 :
1. “Zero Dark Thirty”
3. “The Waiting Room”
4. “Monsieur Lazhar”
5. “Middle of Nowhere”
6. “This Is Not a Film”
9. “Anna Karenina”
About Cloclo, I have seen it and for me it had an uneven tone. There were parts that were excelent but it suffered from trying to tell a very large story (as all the biopics tend to do). I enjoyed it (though I also liked The Iron Lady, so....) and Renier was a revelation.
Ang Lee - The only 2x Bafta/DGA/Oscar-Winning Director!
Meryl on Oscars: Y’see these little babies? These are my best f***ing friends
and they never let me down. Try to get ‘em away from me and I’ll eat you alive.
Atlantic Wire chimes in:
They give an alphabetical list of their top 10 starting with a very dubious selection:
The Amazing Spider Man
Beasts of the Southern Wild
The Cabin in the Woods
How to Survive a Plague
Your Sister's Sister
Zero Dark Thirty
Bigelow's film is really dominating these lists.
Cabin in the Woods! Looper!
The Amazing Spider-Man.
"I shall immediately after I'm done watching Homeland." - DirkDiggler on his voting priorities