10 movies to look for in 2012
Holiday movies are still the main topic of buzz at the box office, but the coming year has plenty of anticipated releases to look forward to. From the mysterious finale (maybe) to Christopher Nolan's "Batman" series to a new version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic on the Jazz Age, here are 10 of the releases you should check out in 2012.
1. 'Albert Nobbs'
This movie, directed by Rodrigo García, is already out in limited release in New York and Los Angeles, but will move to wide release on Jan. 27. Glenn Close is getting Oscar buzz for her turn as the title character, a woman who dresses as a man to get a job. Close played the role onstage and played a large part in getting the adaptation to the movie screen. Mia Wasikowska, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and Brendan Gleeson co-star.
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