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Watch: 'Final Cut 2012' Continues to Honor the Movies from This Year

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December 21, 2012

Final Cut 2012

Yesterday, Kees van Dijkhuizen delivered his Cinema 2012 video, and while it was an exciting way to recap the year, it was somewhat bittersweet as it will be his last. But thankfully, new talent has emerged this year (watch Cinemageddon 2012), and now we have another fresh video from Nick Bosworth at JoBlo.com with Final Cut 2012. There's a clever use of Cabin in the Woods for the intro, and though the video is a little longer than we're used to, it's still quite a grand tribute to the films of 2012. Beginning with The Grey from way back in January and including next week's release of Django Unchained, it's a great bit of work.

Here's Final Cut 2012 created by Nick Bosworth for JoBlo who sent us the video directly:

Boswroth says: "I want to thank and congratulate my fellow yearly wrap-up editors who continue to raise the bar for everyone else like myself and I'm very proud to be a part of that group. This tribute took a great deal of time, effort and sleepless nights but I had a blast with every minute of it" The editor also says, "It has been a year I'll never forget. Also a lot of big accomplishments/changes in my life as well as my family and friends and of course challenges that we always face head-on." Nicely said, Mr. Bosworth, and keep up the good work! A full list of the movies and music is still on the way so stay tuned for updates. How was that tribute?

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  • Jericho
    2012 had some ups and downs in movies but i still enjoyed them all....except Battleship cause that shit was nasty......
  • http://www.facebook.com/chris.groves.507 Chris Groves
    Amazing. I love videos like this.
  • TheLaughingMan
    Damn that was awesome,wish I had a list of all the movies in this vid lol.
  • http://djkento.com/ Kento
    I didn't like this one as much as it was all over the place. I don't feel like it carried a theme very well afte the opening. I wish they were broken up by genre or film type a bit more.

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