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The Film Nest’s 2012 Platinum Nest Movie Awards

The Film Nest’s Platinum Nest Awards For 2012 Movie Year

In what has actually been a fairly decent movie year, at least as far as the top films of the year goes, I struggled to conclude what would win the overall big prize of Platinum Nest Best Picture. I continually, even as I write this list, flip flop between Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master. Both are wholly original works and both are completely different movies and thus difficult to compare. Ultimately, the primacy-recency theory is also at play with Django having been released half a year after The Master. Still, in the slightest of edges, as I write today, I am going with PTA’s completely genius opus. Top to bottom, from acting to originality, I give it the very slightest of edges. I can accept either as the award winner in any category though, essentially. Read on for the rest of the winners and losers of The Film Nest’s Platinum Nest 2012 Movie Awards.

Best Picture

The Master

Best Director

Paul Thomas Anderson – The Master

Best Actor

Joaquin Phoenix –The Master

Best Actress

Naomi Watts – The Impossible

Best Supporting Actor

Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Master

Best Supporting Actress

N/A

Worst Actor

Quentin Tarantino – Django Unchained

Worst Actress

Cody Horn – Magic Mike

Best Comedy

Ted

Best Action Movie

The Dark Knight Rises

Best Science Fiction Movie

Looper

Best Screenplay (Original or Adapted)

Quentin Tarantino – Django Unchained

Best Scene

“Processing Scene” – The Master

Runner-Up

“Bruce Wayne Climbs Out Of Hell” – The Dark Knight Rises

Funniest Moment

“Flash Gordon Party Scene” – Ted

Runner-Up

“Joaquin Phoenix Sex With Sand Figure” – The Master/”Tiger Woods” Extra Scene – The Dictator

Movie You Missed But Shouldn’t Have

Moonrise Kingdom

Most Underrated Movie

Looper

Most Overrated Movie

The Avengers

Runner-Up

Lincoln

Worst Movie

Tower Heist

Top 5 Movies

The Master

Django Unchained

Looper

The Silver Linings Playbook

The Dark Knight Rises

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