The best of the best – that you didn’t see. It’s aback afresh and we’re a bit late, but all of these are still annual watching anyway. Aback by accepted appeal is our sixth anniversary annual of the 19 Best Movies That You Didn’t See in 2012 (you can acquisition our accomplished lists here: 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007). Featured beneath is a best alternative of the best absolute and/or boilerplate films that were either agilely dumped, abandoned by audiences, or aloof not marketed able-bodied enough. So to accord them some added time in the spotlight, and to abutment some of the best filmmakers out there, we’ve put calm a 2012 recap. Apprehend on for the list!
Each year I put calm this annual of 19 films, it takes best and best to put together, and is harder and harder to amount out what should accomplish the cut. I feel as if I’m actuality challenged by cinephiles to acquisition added and added movies they haven’t seen, because added and added abundant films are actuality seen/recognized anniversary and every year. I bethink the comments that say “I’ve apparent 18 of these 19 already!” That’s absolutely great! But there’s consistently more. This year there’s a few added documentaries, absorption how my own tastes accept acquired and how I’ve apparent some of the best assignment in all altered types of cinema. I abide to chase for the affectionate of films that move me, absorb and accelerate me, accomplish me feel emotions, and allotment them with you. -Alex
I would like to animate anybody to watch at atomic one of these that they haven’t heard of (or didn’t see) beforehand. If you absorb the two hours or so that it will booty to watch alike one of these movies mentioned below, it would beggarly that abundant added to the filmmakers who put so abundant time and accomplishment into authoritative anniversary of these movies. This isn’t about accepting acclaim for advertence assertive films, this commodity is about pointing out movies that don’t deserve to be abandoned and are allurement to be watched. So aces one and watch it tonight.
5 Broken CamerasOpened on May 30, 2012Directed by Emad Burnat & Guy DavidiA documentary on a Palestinian farmer’s annual of his irenic attrition to the accomplishments of the Israeli army.Why it’s on here: “I accept to accept that capturing these images will accept some meaning.” That quote, announced by administrator Emad Burnat in the documentary, is the absolute way to abduction not abandoned the accent of this film, but all the accomplished films on this list. Why do these filmmakers accumulate on filming? Why do they accomplish these movies? 5 Broken Cameras is a astounding doc about a simple Palestinian agriculturalist who chronicles the lives of the bristles video cameras that he’s acclimated to almanac his ancestors and what’s blow to the acreage and bodies about him. The way he presents aggregate in such a raw, but abnormally affecting way, is what makes this a actual able documentary. It’s one of those films that demands—needs—to be seen, because as Emad says, this adventure allegation “have some meaning.”
BernieOpened on April 27, 2012Directed by Richard Linklater
In abandoned Texas, the bounded mortician strikes up a accord with a affluent widow, admitting aback he kills her, he goes to abundant lengths to actualize the apparition that she’s alive.Why it’s on here: Afterwards a alternation of anemic films, Jack Black came aback with a avengement and delivered an Oscar aces about-face as the appellation actualization in this agreeable aphotic ball from administrator Richard Linklater. Sadly, the blur didn’t get a accomplished lot of publicity due to a bound absolution and abridgement of austere business support. In the film, aggressive by a accurate story, Black plays the affectionate and affable Texas mortician Bernie who befriends the baby town’s wealthiest and algid added (Shirley MacLaine). Their accord blossoms, but turns into added of a abhorrent faux alliance fabricated all the added complicated aback Bernie accidentally kills her. But admitting the apprehensive attributes of her death, the boondocks doesn’t doubtable Bernie until the lies aloof don’t authority up anymore. It’s a lighter aphotic ball fabricated all the added 18-carat by the use of absolute townspeople as talking heads, authoritative the adventure feel like a dramatized documentary. It additionally contains addition abundant about-face from Matthew McConaughey and is accessible on Netflix Instant appropriate now. (Written by Ethan)
Casa de mi PadreOpened on March 16, 2012Directed by Matt PiedmontScheming on a way to save their father’s ranch, the Alvarez brothers acquisition themselves in a war with Mexico’s best feared biologic lord.Why it’s on here: Will Ferrell speaking Spanish. That’s appealing abundant all you allegation to apperceive as this admission blur from “Funny or Die” administrator Matt Piedmont. Produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s Gary Sanchez Productions, the blur is basically a erect apology in the attitude of Black Dynamite that takes aim at Mexican westerns. Complete with some brand Airplane-style, meta humor, and hilariously deadpan austere performances from actors Diego Luna, Gael Garcia Bernal and Genesis Rodriguez, this gem acceptable got swept beneath the alarm because accepted audiences don’t like subtitles, and this move is presented absolutely in Spanish, with the barring of the actualization of Nick Offerman which is jut awesome. Ferrell additionally delivers one of his brand singing scenes, and you can watch it on Netflix Instant appropriate now. (Written by Ethan)
Cloud AtlasOpened on October 26, 2012Directed by Tom Tykwer, Andy & Lana Wachowski
An analysis of how the accomplishments of abandoned lives appulse one addition in the past, present and future, as one body is shaped from a analgesic into a hero, and an act of amore ripples above centuries to affect a revolution.Why it’s on here: “You anytime anticipate the cosmos was adjoin ya?” The little blur that tried, but couldn’t accomplish it up the mountain. I still accept in it. I still adulation it. I adulation aggregate about it. I still accede Cloud Atlas to be a “massive accurate accomplishment”, as I’m quoted calling it, and one that got disregarded in the awards division in abounding ways, from best composition to best annual (the “Cloud Atlas Sextet” by Tom Tykwer, Johnny Klimek & Reinhold Heil) as able-bodied as the performances, costumes, and aggregate else. Tom Hanks is abundant in six roles, forth with Halle Berry, Hugo Weaving, Jim Sturgess, Doona Bae, Keith David and Ben Whishaw. I anticipate this is the Wachowskis big “coming out” film, area they went all out experimentally in a anecdotal way, and it’s a big one to grasp, but an amazing adventure if you’re forth for the ride. “I feel like article important has happened to me. Is this possible?” Now is the time to assuredly see this movie.
ComplianceOpened on August 17, 2012Directed by Craig ZobelWhen a antic addition convinces a fast aliment restaurant administrator to catechize an innocent adolescent employee, no-one is larboard unharmed. Based on accurate events.Why it’s on here: For the way it affects audiences. This is a blur some hate, some despise, while others accept is brilliant, awards-worthy. The destructive attributes of the adventure forth with a brace of absorbing performances and the way it makes you feel able affections of annoyance and acrimony and aggregate inbetween are absolutely why this is such a abundant film, one annual seeing. It’s simple but able filmmaking that tells an about amazing adventure so believably, that you appetite to airing appropriate through the awning and exhausted the applesauce out of the guy on the phone. Actors Dreama Walker, Ann Dowd and Pat Healy are exceptional, but it’s additionally administrator Craig Zobel we allegation to accumulate an eye on afterwards this.
The Abysmal Blue SeaOpened on March 23, 2012Directed by Terence Davies
The wife of a British Judge is bent in a self-destructive adulation activity with a Royal Air Force pilot.Why it’s on here: One hell of a affecting achievement by Rachel Weisz, and additionally because it’s an absorbing blur that shows how abundant can be accomplished with little dialogue. The best affidavit to see this are summed up by my acquaintance Dan Mecca of The Blur Stage, who put this as his #1 blur of 2012 and assertive me to accord it a look. He eloquently explains: “Romance at it’s best simple and best tragic. Davies has been authoritative elegant, barbarous films his accomplished life, and this ability be the best of them all. Rachel Weisz so altogether captures the feel of barren adulation it hurts to watch. You’re abashed she ability breach at any moment. The abundant Tom Hiddleston, the article of her affection, plays the added ancillary perfectly; he watches what he’s accomplishing to this woman, but doesn’t apperceive how to stop the pain.”
Holy MotorsOpened on October 17, 2012Directed by Leos CaraxFrom aurora to dusk, a few hours in the atramentous activity of Monsieur Oscar…Why it’s on here: There’s no debating that this is the weirdest, wackiest blur of 2012, but it’s additionally one of the best abnormally amazing accurate creations featuring one of the best abandoned performances you will anytime see. Denis Lavant as “Oscar” attack about the burghal of Paris in a white limo arena assorted characters, from the absurd avenue guy apparent in Tokyo affair up with Eva Mendes, to a father, a criminal, and alike some affectionate of motion abduction activity model. My booty is that we’re consistently assuming in our lives, and this is aloof an abstract accurate booty on the abstraction of performance, as envisioned through the apperception of Leos Carax. If you’re into filmmaking, acting or the aesthetic arts, this is a allegation see, one of my admired films and Denis Lavant is above awesome.
How to Survive a PlagueOpened on September 21, 2012Directed by David France
The adventure of two coalitions — ACT UP and TAG (Treatment Activity Group) — whose activism and addition angry AIDS from a afterlife book into a acquiescent condition.Why it’s on here: One of abounding abundantly moving, acutely fascinating, awfully alarming documentaries that fabricated the annual this year. I aboriginal heard about this from a filmmaker acquaintance and absitively to watch it, advertent an amazing adventure of achievement adjoin all odds. It may not assume like the affectionate of accountable amount that makes for acceptable “entertainment”, but watching the archival footage of activists advancing calm to action AIDS was riveting, I was absorbed appropriate up to the end. It is an alarming documentary, not abandoned cogent an amazing adventure about advantageous allowance and angry adjoin afterlife and disease, but by assuming that achievement and beatitude can and will consistently prevail. If you appetite to see a documentary that will accomplish you appetite to get up, get out and advice change the world, alpha with this one.
The ImposterOpened on July 13, 2012Directed by Bart LaytonA documentary centered on a adolescent Frenchman who claims to a afflicted Texas ancestors that he is their 16-year-old son who has been missing for 3 years.Why it’s on here: Although there are a few amazing belief this year (e.g. Compliance), this documentary takes the block for actuality the apotheosis of accuracy actuality drifter than fiction. Featuring the administrator abaft it himself, this doc explores the adventure of how French conman Frédéric Bourdin, nicknamed the “Chameleon”, tricked a Texas ancestors into cerebration he was their long-lost son, gone for years in Europe. I aboriginal saw this at Sundance and was absolute away, it’s a must-see-to-believe affectionate of story, and alike aback you see it you still won’t accept bisected of it. We gave this blur as abundant adulation and abutment as we could, it aloof never got abundant traction, but it’s a aces watch if you appetite to be wowed.
The IntouchablesOpened on May 25, 2012Directed by Olivier Nakache & Eric Toledano
After he becomes a quadriplegic from a paragliding accident, an blueblood hires a adolescent man from the projects to be his caretaker.Why it’s on here: Aback a blur moves me to tears and has my animated at the end, that usually agency it’s article special. It absolutely took me consistently to assuredly see this film, alike admitting I had been told to see it for a while. My advantage is it wonderful! So moving, so inspiring, arresting from alpha to finish, funny alike aback sad, it’s a admirable bang as a French drama. Alike the annual by Ludovico Einaudi is exceptional, admitting it wasn’t all accounting accurately for the film. This will be Omar Sy’s legacy, arena the lovable, boisterous babysitter of a quadriplegic, French amateur François Cluzet. I agreement that as sad as it may accomplish you, you’ll be aloof as blessed by the end.
Indie Game: The MovieOpened on May 18, 2012Directed by Lisanne Pajot & James SwirskyA documentary that follows the journeys of indie bold developers as they actualize amateur and absolution those works, and themselves, to the world.Why it’s on here: Admitting video bold adaptations that accept gone to the big awning haven’t been accepted actual able-bodied by players, this documentary should amuse their funny cartilage appealing efficiently. Afterwards premiering appropriately as an indie at the 2012 Sundance Blur Festival, the blur accustomed a quiet release, but deserves abundant added attention. Newcomer administering duo Lisanne Pajot & James Swirsky booty the camera and point it at absolute bold designers Edmund McMillen, Tommy Refenes, Phil Fish and Jonathan Blow, anniversary at assorted stages of success in their career and development in their projects. For gamers, this will be an abrupt attending abaft the scenes of abundant indie games, and for anybody else, you’ll never attending at video amateur the aforementioned way. It’s abounding of affection for video amateur and paints an honest and sometimes affecting annual of this aesthetic community. Apprehend my abounding analysis actuality and analysis out the blur on Netflix Instant. (Written by Ethan)
Liberal ArtsOpened on September 14, 2012Directed by Josh Radnor
When 30-something Jesse allotment to his alma academy for a professor’s retirement party, he avalanche for Zibby, a academy student, and is faced with a able allure that springs up amid them.Why it’s on here: Agilely appear alongside Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master aftermost fall, Josh Radnor’s green accomplishment was a above footfall up for the actor-turned-filmmaker, yet it acutely didn’t aftereffect in any array of added attention. Featuring some of the finest actualization actors Hollywood has to offer, with both Richard Jenkins and Allison Janney, the ball absolutely came above as a crowdpleaser during its Sundance premiere, but managed to abandoned hardly outdistance Radnor’s debut. Seek it out now to see a agreeable adornment role from Zac Efron and addition absorbing achievement from Elizabeth Olsen. With How I Met Your Mother (maybe) advancing to a close, hopefully Radnor’s third accomplishment will accord him the spotlight he deserves in the filmmaking world. (Written by The Blur Stage’s Jordan Raup)
NoOpened on October 12, 2012Directed by Pablo LarraínAn ad controlling comes up with a attack to defeat Augusto Pinochet in Chile’s 1988 referendum.Why it’s on here: I anticipation I wouldn’t see Gael García Bernal accord a bigger achievement than he has in abounding films before, but this acme it all. I apprehend No to be advised in blur schools years from now, not abandoned as a absolute actual annal of the contest of Chile’s 1988 referendum, but additionally as a attending at how address and achievement can appear calm to actualize what ability aloof be a masterpiece. Bernal stars as a adolescent ad executive, skateboarding about Chile, who crafts a addictive vote “No” television bartering political attack to defeat absolutist Augusto Pinochet in the backward 80’s. The blur is alike attempt with U-matic cameras, which makes it refreshingly altered visually alike admitting it’s not the best quality, but that’s what I adulation about it. This is a classic, and I can’t acclaim watching it enough.
Robot & FrankOpened on August 17, 2012Directed by Jake Schreier
Set in the abreast future, an ex-jewel bandit receives a allowance from his son: a apprentice butler programmed to attending afterwards him. But anon the two assembly try their luck as a break-in team.Why it’s on here: “I’m animated to see you so enthusiastic.” This absorbing indie sci-fi ball tells a ardent adventure of an old-time thief, played by Frank Langella, accustomed a human-size apprentice helper. At aboriginal Frank refuses his help, again comes to like him, again comes to absorb him in some bounded thieving. That’s affectionate of a spoiler, but there’s a bigger one that I anticipate is abundant added important and best adored for the abounding experience. This blur was a highlight of Sundance 2012 aback it aboriginal premiered, but never got the able business abutment it should have. It’s a blur that appeals to all ages, and shows aloof how abundant can be accomplished on a baby budget. The acknowledging casting is fabricated up of James Marsden, Liv Tyler and Susan Sarandon, with Peter Sarsgaard as the articulation of the robot. Addition gem aloof cat-and-mouse to be found.
Rust and BoneOpened on November 23, 2012Directed by Jacques AudiardPut in allegation of his adolescent son, Alain leaves Belgium for Antibes to alive with his sister and her bedmate as a family. Alain’s bandage with Stephanie, a analgesic bang trainer, grows added afterwards Stephanie suffers a abhorrent accident.Why it’s on here: For the two advance performances alone. Marion Cotillard and Matthias Schoenaerts ball two afflicted souls who cantankerous paths and abatement in adulation in the south of France, afterwards advantageous a adverse concrete injury. I saw this blur alert at two altered blur festivals, it is that good, and I adulation the administrator too – Jacques Audiard, who aftermost fabricated one of my best favorites, Un Prophète. Once you acquisition out what happens to Cotillard, yet see the awfully deep, able achievement she gives, you’ll be confused to tears aloof as I was, which is odd aback there’s a Katy Perry song playing, but it works. It is at times adamantine to like the two capital characters in this, but their adversity and adulation makes this such a adorable adventure to see told in a admirable way. I’ve admired Cotillard for a while, but this instantly caked Matthias Schoenaerts as one of my admired advancing European actors.
Save the DateOpened on December 14, 2012Directed by Michael Mohan
Sarah begins to accost her shortcomings afterwards she rejects her boyfriend’s hasty angle and anon finds herself in a backlash romance. Meanwhile, her sister Beth is absorbed in the capacity of her wedding.Why it’s on here: Acceptable adventurous comedies are adequately adamantine to appear by, and there’s usually a lot of debris to analyze through acknowledgment to the brand of Katherine Heigl and Sarah Jessica Parker. However, administrator Michael Mohan has fabricated a blur that can absolutely be classified as a adventurous comedy, but is additionally so abundant added than that subgenre characterization implies. The indie blur follows sisters Beth and Sarah (Lizzy Caplan and Alison Brie) who are both complex with men who appear to be in the aforementioned bedrock band. But a alliance angle gone amiss puts them at altered stages in the dating game, and the blur becomes an assay of the non-fairytale ancillary of love, and how bodies complete and appear to agreement with charge and their cogent others. Mark Webber, Martin Starr and Geoffrey Arend additionally brilliant in the film, and you can apprehend my aglow analysis of the blur from Sundance 2012 appropriate here. (Written by Ethan)
Sleepwalk with MeOpened on August 24, 2012Directed by Mike Birbiglia & Seth BarrishA beginning actor actor struggles with the accent of a adjourned career, a dried relationship, and the agrarian spurts of astringent sleepwalking he is atrocious to ignore.Why it’s on here: This is a blur that fabricated my annual of the Top 20 Films of 2012 at #20, so it holds a appropriate abode in my heart. Actor Mike Birbiglia makes his authoritative admission and proves he can be absolutely the funny and absorbing arch man with this adjustment of his actor act, book and radio articulation of the aforementioned name. Produced by “This American Life” personality Ira Glass, the blur is aggressive by Birbiglia’s real-life ancestors and sleepwalking ataxia as it follows a disturbing actor actor and his trials and tribulations in adulation and this aberrant caliginosity affliction. Birbiglia makes absolutely a burst with his aboriginal film, and it’s the affectionate of indie you adulation to see get noticed by accepted audiences. You can apprehend my abounding analysis from Sundance 2012 appropriate actuality and additionally analysis out the blur on Netflix Instant. (Written by Ethan)
SmashedOpened on October 12, 2012Directed by James Ponsoldt
A affiliated brace whose bandage is congenital on a alternate adulation of booze gets their accord put to the analysis aback the wife decides to get sober.Why it’s on here: You’ve apparent her as the adorable Ramona Flowers, but now Mary Elizabeth Winstead is an alcoholic. Well, at atomic she plays one in what should accept been an Oscar nominated achievement from James Ponsoldt’s Sundance film. With a about-face that rivals absorbing alcoholics like Dudley Moore in Arthur, Winstead puts in an agreeable but additionally agonizing achievement as a abecedary advancing to agreement with her alcoholism and aggravating to breach abroad from the poisonous accord with her admirer (Aaron Paul) that abandoned seems to be bolstered by liquor. Octavia Spencher, Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally action some abundant comedic moments in a blur that is funny but additionally has admirable moments of drama, mostly acknowledgment to Paul and Winstead giving it their all. (Written by Ethan)
West of MemphisOpened on December 25, 2012Directed by Amy BergA documentary analytical of a abortion of amends in the case adjoin the West Memphis Three.Why it’s on here: While sitting through a about three hour documentary ability assume like a alarming task, this blur from Deliver Us from Evil administrator Amy Berg and ambassador Peter Jackson is an infuriating attending at abuse and a awry amends system. Three adolescent boys were accused of murder, and concluded up arrested and confined on adulterated evidence. This documentary looks at how the bearings was mishandled, ailing approved and how these three boys had their adolescence and added years of their lives taken away. Thankfully, it’s a bit alarming as affluence of people, including celebrities like Johnny Depp, who had no abstraction who these boys were, formed as adamantine as they could to accumulate the case accessible and accompany the absolute killers to justice. This is the absolute annual of the West Memphis Three, and it’s a adorable and maddening documentary to behold. (Written by Ethan)
I achievement we’ve been able to acquaint anybody to a few added abundant must-see films that you accept never seen. Not anybody will adulation all of them, that’s absolutely expected, but I agreement there is article altered to ascertain in every aftermost one of these. Abutment an indie filmmaker today, watch one of these 19, it will accomplish a difference! Let us apperceive what you anticipate of it after, too.
Honorable Mentions (want more?) added accomplished films: Jon Kasdan’s The Aboriginal Time, Zoe Kazan’s Ruby Sparks, Paronnaud & Satrapi’s Chicken with Plums, David Mackenzie’s Absolute Sense, Daniel Nettheim’s The Hunter, Panos Cosmatos’ Above the Black Rainbow, Chris Kenneally’s doc Ancillary by Side, Dardenne Brothers’ The Kid With a Bike, Jon Shenk’s doc The Island President, Béla Tarr’s The Turin Horse, Michael Dowse’s Goon, Jason Moore’s Pitch Perfect, Cate Shortland’s Lore and Julie Delpy’s 2 Days in New York.
For antecedent years of the 19 Best Movies You Didn’t See bang here: 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 or 2007.
Commentary for Bernie, Casa de mi Padre, Indie Game: The Movie, Save the Date, Sleepwalk with Me, Smashed and West of Memphis accounting by Ethan; annotation for Liberal Arts accounting by The Blur Stage’s Jordan Raup. We achievement you enjoyed this year’s alternative of the 19 Best Movies That You Didn’t See from 2012, as we’re consistently blessed to accompany you a annual of films that should be added to your Netflix or Allegation Watch lists appropriate away. (Even if it’s already March of 2013!) Post your thoughts on any you see in the comments!
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