AbracadabraAurora; The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu; Bridesmaids; Contagion; A Dangerous Method; J. Edgar; Le Havre; Hugo; Melancholia; Moneyball; My Joy; Mysteries of Lisbon; Of Gods and Men; Poetry; Le Quattro VolteThe Return; Seeking the Monkey KingThe Skin I Live InTinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy; Voluptuous Sleep; Warrior
Entertainment Weekly, Time, Rolling Stone, New York Magazine and The New Yorker after the jump
Owen Gleiberman at Entertainment Weekly (It came out Thursday but it's not online yet. I guess they want people to actually buy it. Weird.):
  1. The Tree of Life
  2. The Descendants
  3. Bridesmaids
  4. A Separation
  5. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
  6. Beginners
  7. Rampart
  8. Crazy, Stupid, Love
  9. The Trip
  10. Mission Impossible-Ghost Protocol
Lisa Schwarzbaum at EW:
  1. Melancholia
  2. Bridesmaids
  3. The Artist
  4. Hugo
  5. A Separation
  6. The Descendants
  7. Pina
  8. Moneyball
  9. The Interrupters
  10. Beginners
Richard Corliss at Time magazine:
  1. The Artist
  2. Hugo
  3. Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
  4. The Tree of Life
  5. War Horse
  6. Super 8
  7. Cave of Forgotten Dreams
  8. Rise of the Planet of the Apes
  9. Rango
  10. Fast Five
Peter Travers at Rolling Stone just couldn't decide between 10 so picked 3 films for number 10. Way to be decisive:
  1. Drive
  2. The Artist
  3. The Descendants
  4. Moneyball
  5. Midnight in Paris
  6. Hugo
  7. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
  8. Margin Call
  9. The Tree of Life
  10. War Horse, The Help, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2
David Edelstein at New York magazine also decided to do an alphabetical listing:

The Adventures of Tintin; Beginners; Coriolanus; The Descendants; Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life; Hell and Back Again; Into the Abyss; Margin Call; Mysteries of Lisbon; War Horse

David Denby at The New Yorker
  1. Hugo
  2. The Tree of Life
  3. Margin Call
  4. Certified Copy
  5. A Separation
  6. Contagion
  7. The Descendants
  8. J. Edgar
  9. Source Code
  10. The Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Kenneth Turan LA Times I don't know if this in any order. So, I'm just gonna list them
  1. The Clock
  2. The Artist
  3. City of Life and Death
  4. Like Crazy
  5. Midnight in Paris
  6. Of Gods and Men
  7. A Separation
  8. Poetry
  9. Buck
  10. Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
  11. Win Win
  12. Double Hour
Film on the most lists: The Descendants on 7 out of 10
                                   The Tree of Life and Hugo on 6 out of 10
                                   A Separation and The Artist on 5 out of 10