The lists don’t lie: Park Chan-wook’s Stoker was the best movie of 2013. Or, at the very least, it is the only movie that made it onto all four Year-End Top 10 lists mapped out by our movie contributors. But what would YOU say is the best film of 2013? Weigh in.
42, at its core, is the story of Jackie Robinson—how he broke the color barrier and how dominated the National League during his first season, but in many ways, it’s also the story of the Dodgers and how men of different backgrounds came together to create something beautiful that still means so much to so many people.
2013 has been a great year for movies, so narrowing down our list of favorites was no easy task. As Cinema Blend has numerous writers with varying tastes in film, we decided to go solo this year in sharing our Top 10 lists of the best movies of 2013. You've read both Sean and Kristy's lists, but now it's Eric's turn to rank the best blockbusters, indies and prestige films that came to us this past year.
This is Kristy’s list, which some critical darlings, a panned biopic, several seriously dark comedies, and a string of heartstring-tugging coming-of-age tales.
Last year was a pretty fantastic one for movie music. Directors like David O. Russell, Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino and Ben Affleck made not only fantastic films, but also beautifully crafted soundtracks that blended perfectly with the story and visuals on screen. As a result, 2013 had a lot to live up to, but looking back on the last twelve months reveals that this year’s crop of filmmakers were more than up for the task.
There’s a dearth of big releases this week, possibly due to the fact that the holiday buying season is mostly over. Instead of spending a lot of time looking into this week’s biggest releases, we decided to go retrospective, looking at some of this year’s most over-the-top or bonus feature-filled box sets.
As Cinema Blend has numerous writers with varying tastes in film, we decided to go solo this year in sharing our Top 10 lists of the best movies of 2013. This is Sean’s list, which begins with a tenderhearted teen romance.
I present to you now, in alphabetical order, the Fear Monger Five Favorite Horrors of 2013. Cue up a really, really slowed-down version of Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas.”
I'll be recapping the highs and lows of the movie business experienced over the past 12 months. 2013 has been a pretty fascinating time for film, full of reversals of fortune, dizzying successes and even some truly polarizing pictures. So let's look back and GIF out!
The only thing Hollywood is more notorious for than relentless self-promotion and bragging is shady accounting practices. Depending on whether they’re talking to the government, in the middle of contract negotiations or stroking their own egos, movie executives could make most films seem like unqualified disasters, brilliant successes or anything in between.