The Best Reviewed Films of 2013


  The Best Reviewed Wide Releases of 2013

1

12 Years a Slave Drama

2

Gravity Sci-Fi

3

Before Midnight Drama

4

Her Drama, Comedy, Sci-Fi

5

American Hustle Comedy, Drama

6

Fruitvale Station Drama

7

Dallas Buyers Club Drama

8

Captain Phillips Drama, Thriller

9

The Spectacular Now Drama

10

The World’s End Comedy, Action

11

Enough Said Comedy, Drama

12

Blue Jasmine Comedy, Drama

13

Philomena Drama

14

Mud Drama

15

Rush Drama, Sports

16

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Sci-Fi, Action-Adventure

17

The Wolf of Wall Street Drama

18

Side Effects Thriller

19

Frozen Animation, Family

20

Prisoners Thriller

21

The Grandmaster Foreign, Action

22

Star Trek Into Darkness Sci-Fi, Action

23

The Conjuring Horror

24

The Way, Way Back Comedy, Drama

25

The Place Beyond the Pines Drama
       

 

 

The Best Reviewed Limited Releases of 2013

1

Inside Llewyn Davis Drama, Comedy

2

Stories We Tell Documentary

3

The Act of Killing Foreign, Documentary

4

Blue Is the Warmest Color Foreign, Drama

5

All Is Lost Drama

6

Nebraska Drama, Comedy

7

Drug War Foreign, Thriller

8

The Great Beauty Foreign, Drama

9

Let the Fire Burn Documentary

10

The Wind Rises Foreign, Animation

11

War Witch Foreign, Drama

12

Museum Hours Foreign, Drama

13

Blackfish Documentary

14

20 Feet from Stardom Documentary

15

The Selfish Giant Drama

16

La Camioneta: The Journey of
One American School Bus
Foreign, Documentary

17

The Past Foreign, Drama

18

56 Up Documentary

19

The Square Foreign, Documentary

20

Cutie and the Boxer Foreign, Documentary

21

These Birds Walk Foreign, Documentary

22

Viola Foreign, Drama

23

Short Term 12 Drama

24

Frances Ha Comedy, Drama

25

A Hijacking Foreign, Thriller

 Source: Metacritic

About Terry Gale

I am Brand Story Director with the MarkBrand Group where I play a key role in the development of the Group's brand learning and coaching programs. I also have an extensive background in human resources and communications, including employer branding. I am an experienced presenter and speaker, as well as a writer and director in film and theatre.

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