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The People Have Spoken – 2013’s Top 50 Movies

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Not all of us had the chance to sit down and watch 50 or more movies last year. Hell, I was lucky to have made it to the theater a dozen times what with the way those ticket prices are these days. Still, if hard pressed most could come up with a favorite list at least 20 or 30 movies long. Thanks to the power of the Internet, however, there’s no need. The fine folks over at IMBD – the users that is – have put together their own list of 50 of the best movies of 2013. Check out the list below and see whether or not you agree with them.

1 – Waar – 9.1
2 – The Wolf of Wall Street – 8.8
3 – 12 Years a Slave – 8.7
4 – Bhaag Milkha Bhaag – 8.4
5 – Gravity – 8.4
6 – Rush – 8.3
7 – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug – 8.3
8 – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – 8.1
9 – Blue Is the Warmest Color – 8.1
10 – Frozen – 8.1
11 – Before Midnight – 8.1
12 – Prisoners – 8.1
13 – American Hustle – 8.1
14 – The Past – 8.1
15 – Captain Phillips – 8.1
16 – Star Trek Into Darkness – 7.9
17 – Saving Mr. Banks – 7.8
18 – The Best Offer – 7.8
19 – About Time – 7.8
20 – Special 26 – 7.8
21 – Raanjhanaa – 7.7
22 – Blue Jasmine – 7.7
23 – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty – 7.7
24 – Thor: The Dark World – 7.6
25 – Fruitvale Station – 7.6
26 – Despicable Me 2 – 7.6
27 – The Conjuring – 7.6
28 – The Spectacular Now – 7.5
29 – 42 – 7.5
30 – Monsters University – 7.4
31 – The Way Way Back – 7.4
32 – Man of Steel – 7.4
33 – Iron Man 3 – 7.4
34 – The Great Gatsby – 7.3
35 – The Croods – 7.3
36 – Now You See Me – 7.3
37 – The Kings of Summer – 7.2
38 – Fast & Furious 6 – 7.2
39 – Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues – 7.2
40 – Ender’s Game – 7.2
41 – Pacific Rim – 7.1
42 – Side Effects – 7.1
43 – The World’s End – 7.1
44 – Escape Plan – 7.1
45 – Aashiqui 2 – 7.1
46 – We’re the Millers – 7.1
47 – World War Z – 7.1
48 – Oblivion – 7.0
49 – Trance – 7.0
50 – Warm Bodies – 6.9

Well, maybe not the list I would have put together. But the glory of these things is that everyone’s got something different to say. Take a peek at the Rotten Tomatoes Top 100 list and you see a very different story.

So what say you, Nerd Readers? What were some of your favorite flicks of 2013?

 

Thanks to GeekTyrant for helping to share the love.

Category: Film

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