Ben Affleck has not only put himself back on the A-list as an actor with Argo, as a director, he is now in a class all by himself. Our Argo review finds the film one of the best of 2012 and an easy early contender for Best Picture.
Our The Paperboy review feels that the film pretends to be a Tennessee Williams type of Southern thriller. Instead, the Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron and Matthew McConaughey starring movie is as enjoyable as Florida humidity.
Frankenweenie was Tim Burton's first movie, albeit a short film, and it is his latest big screen adventure. Our Frankenweenie review states that the filmmaker's passion for the project is felt with love on every single second of film.
Won't Back Down should give stars Maggie Gyllenhaal and Viola Davis some Best Actress Oscar love. Our Won't Back Down review also states that the film is powerful, even if it paints teachers' unions as villains.
Adam Sandler proves why he's one of Hollywood's most bankable performers in Hotel Transylvania. Our Hotel Transylvania review states that his Dracula, opposite Selena Gomez as his daughter Mavis, is unlike any we've ever seen and delightfully so.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower is one of the easiest movie reviews to write in history. The film that stars Emma Watson and Logan Lerman, based on the book by Stephen Chbosky, is one of the year's best.