Sunday, January 27, 2013

CT's List of 2012's Ten Most Redeeming Films

Want a  monthly newsletter that provides a report from Hollywood on films that make you think about truth—whether good, bad, or ugly? If so, go here. The latest issue includes this list of CT's ten most redemptive films of 2012:

1. Les Miserables
directed by Tom Hooper
(Universal) | Rated PG-13

2. Lincoln
directed by Steven Spielberg
(Dreamworks) | Rated PG-13

3. The Kid with a Bike
directed by Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne
(IFC Films) | Not rated

4. Moonrise Kingdom
directed by Wes Anderson
(Focus Features) | Rated PG-13

5. Life of Pi
directed by Ang Lee
(20th Century Fox) | Rated PG

6. Undefeated
directed by Daniel Lindsay & T.J. Martin
(Weinstein Co.) | Rated PG-13

7. Argo
directed by Ben Affleck
(Warner Bros.) | Rated R

8. Looper
directed by Rian Johnson
(20th Century Fox) | Rated R

9. Brave
directed by Mark Andrews & Brenda Chapman
(Disney/Pixar) | Rated PG

10. The Avengers
directed by Joss Whedon
(Marvel Studios) | Rated PG-13

Honorable Mention (in alphabetical order)
Blue Like Jazz, October Baby, The Secret World of Arriety, Unconditional, Where Do We Go Now?

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