Like any good year at the movies, 2012's biggest films had twists and turns that none of us could have predicted and some that everyone saw coming. That didn't stop them from thrilling us every step of the way and making us gasp a little when the reveal finally came.
These are the five best plot twists of 2012. Let us know which one is your favorite in the poll below.
The most shocking surprise in 2012 that everyone kind of knew was coming. Who was the mysterious, seemingly normal John Blake. Sure, he's a Gotham beat cop, one of the last few good ones in the city, but could that really be all? You don't hire Joseph Gordon-Levitt to play some random police officer without some grander scheme in mind. When that other shoe finally dropped, fans were left with Nolan's take on the Boy Wonder and something else to debate. »
- Kevin P. Sullivan
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