That is why I didn't get a lot of time to see the movies I wanted to see and those films are based on a little thing called word of mouth.
So here are my list of the best movies in alphabetical order I haven't got around watching but will try and catch up. I haven't included Django Unchained and Silver Linings Playbook because they will be out by the end of the month. Some of these movies may make it into my "Best of" list which you may not see until midway through the year.
End Of Watch
It's Such a Beautiful Day
Killing Them Softly
The fact that poor word-of-mouth coming from the dreaded F Cinemascore (seriously, who takes that for granted) doesn't deter my anticipation of Killing Them Softly. I was very impressed with Andrew Dominik's film The Assassination of Jesse James By the Coward Robert Ford and while I haven't seen Chopper considered an Australian masterpiece, I'm still looking forward into watching this. I've didn't watched this film because it was in the middle of my preparation for the HSC.
Rust and Bone
Safety Not Guaranteed
Finally and not least the movie that had been placed in several end-of-year lists is Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film The Master. Coming from the fact that Joaquin Phoenix, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Amy Adams deliver electric performances that earned several accolades seems legit. 70mm or not, I will check this one out as soon as I can.