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THE 100 BEST FILMS OF 2013 | #10 – 1

— Previous: #20 – 11 — ~ ~ ~ — ‘Where’s the last time you saw bin Laden?’ Almost proof that miracles do happen, the fact that a film as politically charged as Kathryn Bigelow’s latest procedural was made with such high-profile names attached and media ire surrounding it. Charting the hunt for Osama Bin … Continue reading

THE 100 BEST FILMS OF 2013 | #20 – 11

— Previous: #30 – 21   |   Next: #10 – 1 — ~ ~ ~ — Three-hour homilies on the bliss and anguish of romantic love don’t get much better than this. Adèle is a student looking for connection – but instead of men, her attentions lean naturally toward other women, and one blue-haired bohemian in … Continue reading

THE 100 BEST FILMS OF 2013 | #30 – 21

— Previous: #40 – 31   |   Next: #20 – 11 — ~ ~ ~ — Gracefully directed with precision by Stephen Frears, this is prestige picture-making only on a surface level; despite it commendably casting a clear-eyed rumination on the role of the Catholic Church in Irish history, Philomena is a fantastic picture thanks … Continue reading

THE 100 BEST FILMS OF 2013 | #40 – 31

— Previous: #50 – 41   |   Next: #30 – 21 — ~ ~ ~ — Even though it’s fallen off the radar since its early 2013 release, The Sessions hangs in the memory as an incredible achievement for multiple reasons. One of them is John Hawke’s heroic – yes, heroic – performance in the lead … Continue reading

THE 100 BEST FILMS OF 2013 | #50 – 41

— Previous: #100 – 51   |   Next: #40 – 31 — ~ ~ ~ — A medium-sized budget meets a genuine flair for comedy. Seth Rogen and his carefree company (Jay Baruchel, James Franco, Craig Robinson, the Devil) have a transparent love for getting together and messing around, and have a talent for making … Continue reading

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