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Year end - Film

‘Impossible’ a memorable film

Naomi Watts stars in “The Impossible,” a movie about the devastating 2004 tsunami. It is critic Roger Moore’s choice as best film of 2012. (Jose Haro/Summit Entertainment)
Naomi Watts stars in “The Impossible,” a movie about the devastating 2004 tsunami. It is critic Roger Moore’s choice as best film of 2012. (Jose Haro/Summit Entertainment)
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They’re called “moving pictures” for a reason. Moving pictures are the ones that endure, that stick in our memory after the credits fade. “State of the art” changes, visceral “popcorn” entertainments entertain — until they’re over. But a movie that touches, that’s one worthy of being called one of the best pictures of the year. This year, which didn’t end 12-21-12, had advances in technology and technical exercises that advanced the art form. Genre films ...


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