Hollywood is so obsessed with money that no longer dares to take risks thus recycling the same stale ideas over and over again. It is enough to take a look at cinema programs to see that they are dominated by sequels, screenings after successful books and films based on familiar characters. However, every year we have to do with some new ideas. I present you below some of the original productions of 2012.
10. Neighborhood Watch
Comedy with Ben Stiller and Jonah Hill. Four heads of families from an American suburb forms a safety patrol cell for the city, not that it would be in danger, but because they want to get away from home. The thing is that the four come across someone who plans, no more, no less, to destroy the entire planet.
A science fiction with Bruce Willis. Busy and with sequels (now in charge of the fifth Die Hard), Willis recently filmed Looper, in which the mob of the future, when time travel becomes possible, get rid of undesirable enemies sending them in the past to be killed. A film as possible to the original, which I recommend you with pleasure.
Unbearable silence tells them that they have lost any link wtih Earth… and any chance of being saved. As fear turns to panic, every breath consumed the less oxygen remained. However, the only way to get home is to submit the terrifying expanse of space. SF is written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, and the poster has it George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, the roles of two astronauts, the sole survivor of a space mission when their colleagues die in an accident.
It is very well made and tuned to the finest detail. The story is great, a real lesson for both children and parents. It is a funny movie full of well-defined sequences, and characters more or less well drawn (especially the main character). I enjoyed tremendously that let you think that a charming prince will come, there will be a love story, as in most animations, but it does not appear. In fact, there is romance, but it is between mother and daughter, not as a prince and princess, how let you believe at first.
06. Moonrise Kingdom
A boy and a girl living on an island in New England coast known at school and begin to send notes, written with crayons, they plan to run away from home. The story happens in the 1960′s, in a kind of scout camp where kids are trained. After the disparition of several groups of young people, some locals are mobilizing to search them. The town is turned upside down, searches conducted by sheriff (Bruce Willis), but disturbance that occurs is not necessarily a bad thing.
05. End of Watch
The new Jake Gyllenhaal movie is directed by David Ayer and tells the story of two police officers who were part of an extreme case. Adjust production style “box found”, all sequences were filmed to look as if cameras in the ultra-modern police equipment recorded the events.
04. Premium Rush
After appearances in films such as Inception (and a role in The Dark Knight Rises), Joseph Gordon Levitt is preparing an action role in the Premium Rush, where he plays a courier entering the viewfinder of a cop when he need to deliver a problematic package.
03. The Five-Year Engagement
Nothing is what it was in romantic comedies after Bridesmaids last year and this is proof: The Five-Year Engagement with Emily Blunt and Jason Segel, tells the story of two men who decide to get married, life just slams them many obstacles in their way.
After years in which we have motion capture bored with movies, Robert Zemeckis returns to flesh and blood actors in Flight, a film in which Denzel Washington plays a pilot avoids plane crash, realizing then that failure almost fatal was caused by anything other than might be expected.
01. Magic Mike
Steven Soderbergh’s new film is based on the experiences of Channing Tatum’s stripper, star of action films that began his career entertaining at a strip club. It’s not a biopic, because the script is removed than the actor’s personal experience, he says…