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Vol 48 Issue 51

2012 In Technology

The debut of the iPhone 5, the landing of NASA’s Curiosity rover on the surface of Mars, and the discovery of what is likely the Higgs boson were all major events this year.
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Top Movies Of 2012

  • Men In Black 3: The third installment in the popular franchise answers the question “What would happen if there was a third Men In Black movie?”
  • What To Expect When You’re Expecting: Cameron Diaz discovers the cat feces responsible for her toxoplasmosis
  • The Grey: Liam Neeson will stop at nothing to survive in his latest movie where he does that
  • Zero Dark Thirty: This critically acclaimed movie was stuck in development for more than a decade until the military could kill or capture Osama bin Laden
  • Gravitas: Sir Ian McKellen gravely intones about a dark wind coming while riding on horseback for 112 minutes
  • Ted: Seth McFarlane’s debut feature earned the highest possible rating of five stars from the National Brothers-In-Law Motion Picture Review Board
  • Molly Ogden’s 1989 Kindergarten Choir Performance In 3D: The 14-minute camcorder classic, which features a disinterested young Molly yawning her way through Peabody Elementary’s Winter Concert, wowed audiences nationwide in eye-popping IMAX 3D
  • The Amazing Spider-Man: A movie that was released between The Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises

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