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And the best movie of 2012 is…

March 4, 2013

DJANGO UNCHAINED!

Nothing quite like a good old Southern, huh? Swell voting, folks. Worth it for that Brunhilda speech alone.

RESULTS:
Django Unchained: 21 votes
Moonrise Kingdom: 12 votes
The Dark Knight Rises: 11 votes
Argo: 10 votes
The Avengers: 9 votes
Life of Pi: 8 votes
Skyfall: 7 votes
Silver Linings Playbook: 6 votes
Lincoln: 6 votes
Beasts of the Southern Wild: 5 votes
Les Miserables: 5 votes
Looper: 5 votes
The Master: 4 votes
Cloud Atlas: 3 votes
The Grey: 3 votes
Zero Dark Thirty: 1 vote
Amour: 1 vote (nice!)
Bad Ass: 0 vote (y’all are missing out, gang)
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close: 1 write-in vote
Cosmopolis: 1 write-in vote
The Perks of Being a Wallflower: 1 write-in vote
Contraband: 1 write-in vote
Barber of Siberia: 1 write-in vote (never heard of it, but boy, do I love me a Siberian barber)
– “Ur mom”: 1 write-in vote (well played)
Seven Psychopaths: 1 write-in vote
Oslo, August 31st: 1 write-in vote
Prometheus: 1 write-in vote
The Hobbit: 1 write-in vote

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7 Comments leave one →
  1. Larry Kreger permalink
    March 4, 2013 10:56 pm

    I cannot stand the sleazy opportunistic Quentin Tarantino and all he stands for..when I see him and his obnoxious ways on TV, I find myself feeling sick…I am not surprised he is so popular, he cunningly works up “justified” violence ( whether against Nazis or sadistic slave owners, people who most of us feel on a gut level deserve to suffer terribly for their crimes)

    • March 5, 2013 9:07 am

      Very interesting and very justified. Personally, I’m just a sucker for his writing and the performances he gets out of his cast, but I hear you on QT and his bloodlust. Quite the interesting acceptance speech he gave at the Oscars this year, huh?

  2. March 5, 2013 6:14 am

    There is very little sillier than a well place, always immature, “ur mum”. So like you say, well played to that voter.

  3. March 11, 2013 11:13 am

    A good pick. I had Django Unchained as my number three movie (after The Avengers and Safety Not Guaranteed.) I see Avengers got some votes, but there was no love for Safety. Oh well.

    • March 11, 2013 3:45 pm

      Yeah, it was up there for me as well. And a damn shame about the lack of love for Safety Not Guaranteed. Heck of a movie if I do say so myself.

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