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2012 was a very good year for movies. Many atypical films found their way to the limelight. There are at least 30 films we would rank as very good in 2012. Ones that did not make our Top Ten include Seven Psychopaths, Wild Bill, Skyfall, Moonrise Kingdom, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, and Jeff, Who Lives at Home. Here are our top ten favorite films of 2012.
What one finds funny, another finds off-color or out-of-touch. With this truth in mind, we offer up our favorite 50 funny quotes from films over the past years. We prefer lines that make you laugh, even if you haven’t seen the movie. We also prefer one quote rather than a dialogue to set it up. It doesn't matter if the film is funny, only that the line is. From over 80 years of funny quotes in film, here are our 50 favorites.
For some people, their career plan is to win a lottery. Others join work lottery pools for fear that they will miss out on a staff win. Called the "stupid tax" by some, lottery tickets sell most when the chances of winning are at their worst. However, some people do go from rags to riches when their numbers come up. Here are 12 bits of movie quote advice for those very few lucky enough to take home the big prize.
One of the toughest things to do is speak at the funeral of a friend or family member. The room is always full of emotion and you can feel it when you speak. At meaningful funerals, great stories are told of a life well lived. Sometimes a movie quote can sum up what needs to be said. Here are our favorite ten quotes for use in a funeral speech.
The movies are rich with Irish characters. However, the image of the Irishman is an odd mix of magic, drunkenness, poverty, and ‘boys will be boys’. It’s no wonder that St. Patrick’s Day is such a party without a point. Most revelers have no idea who St. Patrick was, with a few appreciating that he somehow is credited with running all the snakes out of a country that never had any. In honor of all those characters with ‘a little Irish in them’, here are the top 12 movie quotes about the Irish.
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2011 featured lots of good movies but no great ones. Some critically acclaimed films failed to deliver to our tastes, including The Tree of Life and Meek’s Cutoff. Some lesser known films not on our list, like Martha Marcy May Marlene and Melancholia, show great promise for emerging films. We admit our preference is for great stories, rather than artistic renderings. From that perspective, here are our favorite films of 2011.