If you agree, cool, welcome, pull up a pew and have some popcorn.
If you disagree, cool, welcome, pull up a pew and have some popcorn while I explain why you're wrong...
1 - The Raid
I'd heard this was a tough watch, but nothing prepared me for just how in-your-face and claustrophobic this film is. After watching it, you feel like you were in that apartment block - only without getting shot.
Heartbreakingly brilliant. Felicity Jones further cements her growing reputation.
3 - Martha Marcy May Marlene
Two surprising things about this film - just how stunningly good it is, and just how talented an actress the 'other' Olsen sister has turned out to be.
4 - Skyfall
Sweeping up the plaudits and box office takings with equal speed, Bond recovers from being beaten up by an accountant to deliver the best film of the Daniel Craig era.
5 - The Dark Knight Rises
OK, you can't always understand what Bane is saying - but what a way to wrap up the trilogy. And Anne Hathaway in that outfit. And that ending. I could go on...
6 - Headhunters
Haven't read the book yet, but if it's as darkly comic and twisted as the film it'll be great. I'm never using an outside toilet again.
7 - The Muppets
It's been a long, long time since Christmas Carol (the last good outing for Kermit et al), but kudos to Jason Segal for pulling this off. Laughs across the board, just like the good old days.
8 - Avengers
History has shown just how bad Hulk can be on the big screen. Joss Whedon showed everyone where they'd gone wrong.
9 - Moonrise Kingdom
This is one of those films that it's hard to explain just why I liked it so much. I just did. Great performances, great story, brilliantly filmed... Hollywood used to do this sort of thing a lot more often.
I've become quite fascinated with the whole financial meltdown over the past few years, and there have been a few films that have attempted to either explain it or capture the perceived drama as events unfolded. Only Margin Call has succeeded.