As the result of a childhood wish, John Bennett’s teddy bear, Ted, came to life and has been by John’s side ever since – a friendship that’s tested when Lori, John’s girlfriend of four years, wants more from their relationship.
A coming of age teenage film with a story showing how technology is heavily involved in teenage life now!
This film follows five couples around the subject of having a baby and how this affects relationships and changes everything.
Two rather useless cops who are working in a park struggle to make their first arrest which leads to them being transferred to 21 Jump Street which is an undercover operation. So they must head back to high school and find out who is supplying the new drug which lead to a teenage death.
A group of teenagers make a difference when World War III takes place when troops from North Korea invade the USA.
Whip Whittaker an airline pilot who manages to save many lives when the plane goes down and stops it from crashing but doesn’t receive much praise when the investigation brings out some worry results.
The incredible story of a family who were involved in the Tsunami disaster in Thailand in 2004. It makes you hold your breath and takes you on such an emotional journey throughout the film as well.
Last year I done a Top 10 list of the films that I missed at the cinema before doing my top 10 best and worst of 2012. I found this a good thing to highlight that I only have select films to include in those two lists. You can see the films I have seen at the cinema this year here. I only include actual 2012 films, so my best film list will probably be out in February, I know a lot of people do the lists based on what they have seen but after not doing that when starting my blog I have to follow on with the system I have ended up with!
Anyway here comes my list of my top 10 films I missed (and not happy about) after reading a lot of hype over these films. Many different reasons for not getting to see these films include not having the time to get to the cinema, the cinema only having the film out for a limited time (a week) or that they didn’t actually get released at my cinema at all.
I have used fellow bloggers Top 10 films of 2012 lists to help figure out which films I should have really seen as well!
Some of the films to put in this list are pretty easy choices due to dislking or in some cases hating the film. So I pick the films I figured are the worst I saw in 2012. Please remember that these are the films I watched in 2012. So I didn’t get to see everything in 2012, but these are my picks, for many different reasons! I think another thing to mention about the 10 films I have picked on this list is that whilst being in the cinema and watching them I was wondering how much longer they were going on for and wanting them to be finished. Probably one of the worst things you can say about a film is that you wish it was over!
The pick of the 2012 films I have seen. Remember this is the list of films I have seen at the cinema! 2012 for me seemed to be a very strange year for film, as I don’t feel like I managed to see many films during the year or at the very least missed loads of films. But I will try to give reasons why the 10 films which are in this list have made the list!
When Lauren decides to really get into the dating game little does she know that the two men she is dating FDR and Tuck are actually best friends who work for the CIA.
The massive worldwide musical hit takes to the big screen in a massive production with a fantastic cast. I have been looking forward to this film for so long now, and to start it certainly did not disappoint. It’s amazing and one of the best films I’ve seen, emotional from start to finish with incredible performances.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 220,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 4 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe!
After what seems a very strange and random shooting, Jack Reacher appears to help with the investigation into the man charged with the shooting . . . they serviced together in the army where the accused was a sniper.
Returning to Middle Earth, but not the Middle Earth we saw in Lord of the Rings. We go much further back than that, we go 60 years before the start of Lord of the Rings and are about to head on an unexpected journey with Bilbo Baggins. We are about to find out how true Bilbo’s tales were and what adventure he had far away from Bag End and The Shire.
Just been to see a special Gala screening of this film and really pleased that I have seen it already. The story takes place at a home for retired musicians, Reg, Wilf and Sissy seem very content with their lives. Until Jean arrives at the home . . .
Pi Patel has an incredible story from an incredible unexpected adventure. After a shipwreck in the Pacific open Pi is left stranded with Richard Parker . . . Did I meant that he’s a Bengal tiger?
An adaptation of Charles Dickens tale Great Expectations has a fantastic cast. Pip is an orphan who was taken in by his wicked sister after the death of their parents. His kindness one day changes his life forever, when he is suddenly made a gentleman with help from an unknown benefactor.
When they bogey man/Pitch is trying to return fear to all children, this causes Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth-fairy, Sandman and newly picked Guardian Jack Frost to keep the children believing.
Screenwriter Marty is struggling to write his latest film but has the title Seven Psychopaths. With help from his friend Billy he ends up being mixed up with all the wrong people in LA . . . Believe it or not psychopaths!
Gus an aging Baseball scout who is loosing his sight must make an important drafting decision. His daughter Mickey joins him in trying to help him, but also find out why he left her all those years ago.
A film taking a look into how mental health can affect someones life and those around them. But when you accept that everything doesn’t go to plan and start focusing on the silver lining of a situation you might just be able to turn your life around, that is something Pat is trying to do since returning home from a stint in a mental institution.
A look into what it might be like to be a cop for the LAPD? Partly filmed in “real life” footage type with a video camera, which we get to see from Brian’s point of view.
The end was eventually here for Twilight and Breaking Dawn Part II was released last week with a very high number of viewers attending cinema screenings. Pretty much like the whole of the Twilight Saga, as you may know I was sucked in my the books and loved them up until half way into Breaking Dawn when I stopped reading.