The Best Films of 2012 According To The Hippest Film Critic In The World
|December 31, 2012||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
The Top Movies of 2012,
According to Ricardo Undertow Jr….
The Hippest Film Critic In The World
“Le Le Le Paris”
Like the director and the actors, you’ll have no idea what is going on,
but don’t let that stop you from raving about it to your friends.
“I Think My Foot Is On Fire”
This pretentious indie film delves into
the pretentious world of pretentious filmakers.
A spellbinding documentary uncovering America’s hidden killer:
The jagged edges of discarded tuna fish can tops.
“No One Ever Says They’re Sorry”
Go on a hilarious road trip with
a farmer’s daughter, a shoe polish salesman and an aging genie.
Funny, yet touching, it’s a parable
of the world we live in today, whatever that means.
Starring actors you’ve never heard of.
And never will again.
“The 24-Hour Love Affair”
Chronicling 24-hours of a love affair,
this film is 24 hours long,
yet somehow feels like only 23.
“Tse Han Koti” (The Worm of The Future)
A black and white film from Nepal
with Portuguese subtitles.
Transcends all languages with its
depth, beauty and mind-blowing car chases.