THE IMPOSSIBLE: BEST OVERLOOKED MOVIE OF THE YEAR

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We’re not entirely satisfied with the Oscar nominations because “The Impossible” was not among the Best Picture choices. We were infatuated a few months ago by the trailer and the movie itself more than lived up to expectations. It’s by far, one of the most heartfelt and gripping movies of the year. And it’s very likely to win Naomi Watts an Oscar – make an effort to see this beautiful and touching film.

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Posted by Janet on January 10, 2013

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  1. By Colin
    On January 10, 2013 at

    Do me a favor. It was impressive looking but sugar coated and glossy. They turned a human tragedy into Hollywood fodder. Not a ‘best picture’ by any stretch of the imagination.

  2. By The J-Man
    On January 10, 2013 at

    It’s on my list of films to see but Watts’ performance is gonna have to be pretty spectacular to top what I saw Jennifer Lawrence do in “Silver Linings Playbook.” That girl was amazing!

  3. By roger glover
    On January 10, 2013 at

    the impossible?
    …………..I know, I AM.

    I will cotinue to do my best, altough some people can’t appreciate this.

  4. By CountessLurkula
    On January 11, 2013 at

    agree this was an amazing movie with stellar performances all around. especially impressed by the boy who played Lucas, Tom Holland.

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