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Top 10 films of 2013: From Blue Is The Warmest Colour to Gravity

The Place Beyond The Pines. What Maisie Knew. Kill Your Darlings and Don Jon are some that didn’t quite make the cut. So. The Kings of Summer. so good that we’ve had to criminally miss out some truly amazing movies on this list. Drinking Buddies.Ann Lee Tuesday 24 Dec 2013 10:11 am 10 Use ← → keys to 2 comments Blue Is The Warmest Colour is a beautiful and heartbreaking love story (Picture: Artificial Eye) It’s been a fantastic year for film. Django Unchained. Blue Is The Warmest Colour This ravishing three-hour epic perfectly encapsulates the soaring highs and crushing lows of falling in love as it follows a lesbian relationship from start to finish. Filth. Captain Phillips. Gravity . 2. Léa Seydoux and Adèle Exarchopoulos are astonishing as the two lovers. what are your favourites of 2013? 1.

. kids and the happy ever after with all its flaws and fights. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney play astronauts stranded in space in Alfonso Cuarón’s immersive tale of survival but it’s the dazzling. 4. eye-splintering visuals which will leave you breathless with admiration. urgent and gripping thriller by Kathryn Bigelow.Gravity is what 3D was made for. Like 1970s Terrence Malick written by The English Patient author Michael Ondaatje set to Bob Dylan’s music. It’s beautifully bittersweet. 3. Zero Dark Thirty The hunt for Osama bin Laden after 9/11 is turned into a tense. An ever reliable Jessica Chastain is sensational as the CIA analyst doggedly on his tail. Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara are captivating as outlaw star-crossed lovers attempting to be reunited. gloriously funny and achingly real. Before Midnight Being reunited with Jesse and Céline is like catching up with old friends. Ain’t Them Bodies Saints The dreamy romance of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is hypnotic. 5. Before Midnight shows you what love is really like after marriage.

are returned to their families. A joyous celebration of being young. . Like Father. 7. It’s a wonderfully touching and hugely rewarding exploration of what it means to be a father. then he’s going out on a real high. Like Son Hirokazu Koreeda’s drama follows the emotional fallout after two boys. If it really is Steven Soderbergh’s last film. sequined glory. who were swapped at birth.6. 8. Frances Ha Actress Greta Gerwig teams up with real-life boyfriend and director Noah Baumbach in this quirky and spirited comedy about struggling to find your place in life in your twenties. Behind the Candelabra Michael Douglas gives the performance of his career as Liberace in this highly entertaining biopic which captures the pianist in all his flamboyant. feeling lost and female friendship.

402. 10 2 comments Top TV show of 2013 revealed Freeman admits his bad mood almost lost him Sherlock role . Cate Blanchett is ferociously good as the woman teetering on the brink of a nervous breakdown in this loose update of A Streetcar Named Desire.uk. Like Facebook social plugin Metro UK @MetroUK All the latest news from http://Metro. it delves into the life of top sushi chef Jiro Ono to produce a fascinating mediation on work. We're also on Facebook and Google+: http://fb. Jiro Dreams Of Sushi Probably best not to watch David Gelb’s documentary on an empty stomach.me/MetroUK and http://gplus. family and success.839 people like Metro. Blue Jasmine Metro Each semi-decent Woody Allen film seems to invite cries of a ‘return to form’ but this time it’s really true.to/Metro) Follow 10.co.10 shares Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Follow Metro 9. Beautifully-shot and quietly contemplative.

. nice visually but story w as very average Reply · Like · December 24 at 8:45pm Facebook social plugin Latest news Sarah Deen Stephen Colbert popped up in Desolation of Smaug Hobbit fan Stephen Colbert's cameo in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug has been discovered by eagle-eyed imgur user r/movies..Add a comment.o ok it w as good.. Kat Guðm undsdóttir gravity at number 2 O. . Comment using..but the first photo from Benedict Cumberbatch's newest film shows him as a codebreaker of a different kind. Sarah Deen What is the highest-grossing film of 2013? Which film has raked in the most money at the box office this year? Caroline Westbrook First look at Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing He might be about to return to screens in Sherlock .

Sarah Deen Affleck searches for wife in first image from Gone Girl Ben Affleck appears in the first image from the forthcoming film Gone Girl. 2k shares Scroll for more . an abridged remake of The Lion King pops up replacing the cartoon cast with live felines. Metro Film Reporter Here’s The Lion King as performed by kittens Just when you thought you'd seen every possible visual representation of the common cat on the internet.

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5. First look at Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing Film reviews 47 Ronin is House Of Flying Daggers crossed with Fast & Furious 6 Robert Redford's All Is Lost has hope and despair with barely a word spoken Anchorman 2 is a chocolate box assortment of one-liners Top TV show of 2013 revealed Menu 1 T&Cs Privacy Policy and Cookies Metro Usual Promotional Rules Menu 2 More Metro Contact Metro About Metro Menu 3 Twitter Facebook Foursquare Google+ .

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