FMP Ep. 060 – Top 10 Movies of 2012

Top 10 Movies of 2012 Podcast, Django Unchained

Alex and Phil assemble their lists and count them down to name their favorite movies of 2012. Last year they only had two films on their lists overlap. Did they have more this year? Listen now and find out!

Show Schedule:

  • 00:32 – 02:27 – Introduction
  • 02:27 – 37:40 – Top 10 – 6 Movies of the Year
  • 38:38 – 40:34 – New Question of the Week
  • 42:05 – 53:57 – Top 5 – 1 Movies of the Year
  • 55:17 – 1:00:53 – Recommendations and Contact Information


  • Music for Episode 60 was from various 2012 soundtracks.
  • Tracks included “Ancora Qui” from Django Unchained, “Cuckoo” from Moonrise Kingdom, and various selections from Johnny Greenwood’s The Master score.

Show Notes:

  • Instead of linking to every full podcast review from the past year of a movie that made it on this list, I’m just going to link to the podcast feed. Enjoy!
  • We would love you to review us on iTunes.

Question of the Week:

  • What is your most anticipated movie of 2013? Answer below or send us an e-mail and your response could be read on next week’s podcast!

Next Week:

  • Next week Phil and Alex will be reviewing the new film Zero Dark Thirty.
  • They will also each be revealing their top 5 most anticipated movies of 2013.

Contact Us:

Subscribe in iTunes | Subscribe to RSS Feed

FMP Ep. 060 – Top 10 Films of 2012

, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

  • I always have that one movie i anticipate a lot. Last year it was The Master, which i still need to see. But for 2013, my most anticipated movie of the year is ….. “Gravity”. Alfonso Cuaron is back :) Looking forward to October now, i hope it gets released this year or else i’ll be really angry!

    About the podcast, well i have been listening to every single episode this past year and i am happy to see you guys sharing your top 10. It all comes down to this, the year ends and you make lists and then move on to the next year.

    Alex you had The Deep Blue Sea on #4, wow. And i am really glad you included Anatolia and Moonrise Kingdom. And i agree with what Phil said about Prometheus.

    I personally have still to see The Master and Life of Pi along with a few other foreign films so i don’t have a definite top 10. I’ll share one when i do the list maybe by the end of next month.

Privacy Polcy | Contact Us