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Two major 2012 blockbusters I'll remember:
- The Avengers
- The Dark Knight Rises
Both are definitely worth watching. Oh and don't watch The Avengers unless you've already watched Iron Man (1,2), Thor, Captain America and The Hulk.
As for The Dark Knight Rises, well, it's a great ending to a terrific trilogy from Christopher Nolan. It's one of those movie trilogies you can easily put up there with George Lucas' Star Wars and Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings.
Apart from those two flicks, I hope The Hobbit will be another exciting addition to the 2012 collection of blockbusters.
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