What a year! From a cinematic standpoint, 2012 certainly turned out to be a good one. Sure, there's going to be lots of worthy award winners, but let's face it, a lot of our favorite movies are highly under-represented come Oscar time. So how can we truly dole out honors in a democratic and representational way? By letting you decide, of course! So please, inform us. Let us know your favorites. And by all means, if a movie deserved to be nominated but doesn't show up in the poll choices, let us know in the comments below.
1. What's your favorite movie of 2012?
2. Who's your favorite star of the year?
3. What's the most disappointing movie news of the year?
4. What's the year's biggest surprise?
5. What's your favorite "Girl Power" film?
6. Who's your favorite onscreen couple?
7. Which star is the biggest badass?
8. Who's the most evil villain?
9. Who's the best archer?
10. Who has the best hair?
11. Who's the year's biggest breakout star?
12. What's your favorite animated film?
13. What's your favorite comedy?
14. What's your favorite action film of 2012?
15. Which movie are you most excited about in 2013?
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