These 10 films represent the very best in 2013 cinema.
The great films are not simply stories well told - nor do they simply illicit feelings. The very best films are masterpieces that demand genuine emotional engagement. They are stories that expose the human condition and artistically relate experiences of living and making choices.
When asked why I watch so many films (including dozens of horrifically bad movies per year) - I need only point to these 10 films.
- The 15 Worst Movies of 2013
- The F-List (#135-111)
- The D-List (#110-86)
- The C-List (#85-61)
- The B-List (#60-36)
- The A-List (#35-11)
Fun fact: During the past year, I watched 150 films released between Jan. 1, 2013 and Dec. 31, 2013. Strung back-to-back, it would take 270 hours and 38 minutes to watch every film ranked in this comprehensive list.