30 December 2012 6:50 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

2012 was a good year for movies, according to most critics, and it was a year in which the major studios, accustomed to sitting on the sidelines while the indies reap all the year-end glory, are making a surprisingly strong showing with Oscar contenders and critics' awards. From Sony's "Zero Dark Thirty" to Warner Bros.' "Argo" to DreamWorks/Disney's "Lincoln" to 20th Century Fox's "Life of Pi" to Universal's "Les Miserables," the big boys are back in the awards picture with a vengeance. And to a lesser degree, they're back on my own »


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