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Joblo has released their annual video, Snubbed 2012: An Oscar Tribute highlighting those films which missed out on Oscar nominations, yet deserve the recognition. Take a look at the video, featuring such films as Deathly Hallows – Part 2, Drive, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Shame, and many more, after the jump!

Watch the video below, via Joblo:

Which films were you pleased to see included in the video? Any ones you feel were missed?

  • http://twitter.com/Lukasraym Lukas Raymaekers

    Super 8, awesome film that was. Just like the music, that was just wonderful. And than we have Harry Potter, the film that have should win the oscar for best makeup.

  • Alex654

    I thought 50/50 was snubbed, I thought the film deserved two nominations , one for Best Original Screenplay and the other for  best actor for joseph gordon-levitt.  It is a great film but unappreciated by the academy .

    • Mia

      I feel like a lot of films are unappreciated by the academy. just saying :P 

      • Alex654

        I agree ! I just picked 1 out of a bunch.

  • Mel823

    Shame was the biggest snub to me. 

  • Bernardotriana


  • Tom

    The biggest snub for me apart from Harry Potter was Senna for Best Documentary. It was simply superb.

  • Asurmacz

    I would have also liked to see Keira Knightley nominated for Best Actress for a Dangerous Method! I thought she was absolutely fantastic! 

  • hpatdh33

    I agree that Dragon Tattoo and Drive and of course Potter were all snubbed.  This years oscars was sort of a joke with Hugo winning everything

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mark-P-Rubin/1662397427 Mark P Rubin

    LOST music!!

  • Alexis

    The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Martha Marcy May Marlene, and 50/50 – Agreed. These were such great films.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=531808242 Courtney Gibson

    Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree Agree.

  • http://twitter.com/Lorentio16 Lauren Dipple

    i have decided that the Oscars suck. Also the BAFTA’s though not quite as much. i don’t need other people to decide what films are good and bad.

  • amanda


  • Gabrielle

    Tintin should have been nominated for best animated film (I mean, come on, Rango was good, but compared to Tintin? not even close!) I wished 50/50 had also been nominated, espcially for Joseph Gordon Lewitt. ‘Shame’ deserved to be nominated! What a snub. Also Transformers should have won for sound mixing/editing, and Planet of the Apes deserved HANDS DOWN the award for Visual Effetcs. I’m quite disappointed with the academy this year. Although I will say, I saw the Artist today, and it definately is THE best picture. It was simply fantastic.

  • Shelby_W

    I think I was more upset about Dragon Tattoo getting snubbed than Potter. Dragon Tattoo was a stunning film and I really wish it would’ve gotten more recognition. I mean we were all expecting Potter to get snubbed anyway.

    • Alina


    • Liderc

      Well said.  We all love Potter, but the final film wasn’t anything amazing.  Dragon Tattoo was mind blowing.  Rooney Mara deserved an Oscar more than anyone last night and it’s a shame she was left out. 

  • moonshoespotter1712

    michael fassbender, one of the biggest snubs. and potter of course, but alas… not all can go as we would like…

  • Galadriel

    Drive and Super 8.

  • Vajackster

    agreehandsdownagreehandsdownagreehandsdownagreehandsdownagreehandsdo- Potter? Seriously? Agreehandsdownagreehandsdownagreehandsdown.

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