10 Best Movies We Missed This Year

We admit it: we couldn't review every film this year. Here are the ten we wish we had

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AeDear
AeDear

Can I ad "October Baby"
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crigs
crigs

If You never have seen "Anne Of Green Gables" then you must do it. Go across the longest bridge of this world (Confederation Bridge) to Prince Edward Island and meet "Anne with an E" in Avonlea. I love Lucy Maud Montgomery so much. She is my compass. I will never forget Megan Fellows. Crigs

AvaKlein
AvaKlein

all sound so BORING..won't even try to watch one..

emvan276
emvan276

I've seen three of these; while Take This Waltz, for all its evident merits, didn't work for me (as distinct from not being very good, a distinction almost every critic needs to learn to make), I loved Monsieur Lazhar unconditionally and Oslo, August 31st nearly so. 

But I wouldn't bother with this comment except to point out that Oslo, August 31st actually takes place largely on August 30th. The movie does end on the morning of the 31st, though. The title is thus in fact a covert* statement that the movie is ultimately about its ending, not about what precedes it. That's fairly significant, and it's just one facet of its excellence.

*Covert enough for Mary Pols to have missed it, at least -- I'm frankly not sure whether that says much.

Poppersci
Poppersci

Mary, as you were wrong about The Future, you are wrong about Cloud Atlas. So, very, very wrong.

MikeShelton
MikeShelton

I have no regret not having even heard of any of them.

geraldinebetancourt75
geraldinebetancourt75

not everything you heard is good twilight is so disgusting and veryone knows what movie is