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|This is movie magic -- history coming to life, before our eyes. (Seattle Times)||Lincoln||88.8%|
|There are many heroes in [director]'s spunky, polished political thriller. But the biggest hero is Hollywood itself. (Boston Phoenix)||Argo||85.9%|
|Depending on whether you love or loathe such stuff, you're likely to either applaud with Lloyd Webber-esque glee, or plan to flee at the nearest opportunity. (The National)||Les Miserables||83.2%|
|Somehow exhibits high art while it walks a fine line between serious historical re-purposing, inflammatory comic excess and brutal violence. (Spectrum)||Django Unchained||74.9%|
|Succeeds less on the merits of aesthetics than its willingness to give in to crowd-pleasing effervescence. (Projection Booth)||Silver Linings Playbook||69.5%|
|[title] must be the most beautiful film of the year, a technical marvel, and magic realism at its most magical. (Daily Mail [UK])||Life of Pi||66.9%|
|A wondrously weird slice of Cajun magic realism... [title] explodes with energy and colour. (Movie Talk)||Beasts of the Southern Wild||65.1%|
|An edge-of-your-seat ride through recent history featuring a great performance at its center. (Advocate)||Zero Dark Thirty||63.1%|
|Old age isn't for sissies, and neither is this film. (Chicago-Sun Times)||Amour||59.1%|
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