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Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising 201... - 26/12/2013 8:10:45 PM   
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All right film fans!

2013 is almost over so how about we nominate our Best, Worst, Most Disappointing and Most Surprising films of the year!

I would go first but my daughter was born in May and I haven't been to the cinema or managed to sit down and watch a new film since, and I can't for the life of me remember any films I saw pre May! So right now I have nothing to offer except a huge list of films I must watch!
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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 1:02:05 AM   
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Congratulations on the baby.

In regards to the films of 2013.

Best: Django Unchained.

Worst: Carrie (2013)

Most Disappointing: The Last Stand

Most Surprising: Curse of Chucky

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 1:07:44 AM   
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Best: Gravity

Worst: A Good Day To Die Hard or Getaway

Most Disappointing: Star Trek Into Darkness

Most Surprising: Evil Dead

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 1:38:01 AM   
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Best: Captain Phillips

Worst: Pain and Gain

Most Disappointing: Man of Steel

Most Surprising: Frozen

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 2:01:29 AM   
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Best - Monsters University / The Hobbit: The Desolation Of smaug

Worst - Byzantium

Most Disappointing - Gangster Squad

Most Surprising - The Lone Ranger

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 6:58:52 AM   
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Best: Gravity - While there's no doubting the stunning visuals, the scientific verisimilitude and sphincter loosening thrills, Gravity also has a heart, a soul and characters you can actually give a fuck about.

Worst: Olympus Has Fallen - Po faced, jingoistic, xenophobic and suicide inducingly boring. I refuse to stick up for Gerard Butler any more. There was one funny moment in there, but I think it was more unintentional than anything else. Even Cannon Films would have given this trash the cold shoulder.

Most disappointing: Stoker - I love Chan Wook Park and Mia Wasikowska, but this was a hollow and ultimately disappointing film.

Most surprising: Good Vibrations - This came out of nowhere to one of my favourite films of 2013. A funny, touching and poignant ode to the unifying power of pop music. I wept like a little girl when Teenage Kicks blared from the soundtrack. It's a really fantastic gem of a film.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 8:35:48 AM   
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Some answers already posted are pretty similar to mine.

BEST - It's a tie between Gravity & The Act of Killing, both painstaking in their eventual construction and as a result, they for me are the outstanding examples of film in 2013. The former provided a sensational audio and visual experience unlike anything seen before and in an age when cinema has come under increasing competition from the various viewing platforms of all shapes & sizes, it's a work that simply demands to be witnessed on the big screen. The latter is an astonishingly daring example of film-making that redefines what can be achieved with the documentary, leaving the strangest feeling of being both awe-struck and sickened at the same time. No fiction film has come close to achieving the surreal, nightmarish and gobsmacking nature of Oppenheimer's film and the credits alone might be the scariest thing I've seen this year.

WORST - I'm sure there were worse films in 2013, yet A Good Day to Die Hard comfortably achieves my dubious accolade of the poorest film I suffered through. Kick-Ass 2 did almost everything the very worst sequels do, whereas Spring Breakers takes the award for the film I absolutely loathed the most; Michael Bay gets a hiding from many for his pornographic sensibilities, yet Korrine presents a similar insidious quality disguised as arthouse fare. Amazing how much some well-shot cinematography and an evocate Britney rendition can hoodwink people into believing they're watching anything other than objectifying poison.

DISAPPOINTING - Man of Steel promised much with Nolan's involvement and the terrific trailer, yet Snyder's inability to tell a story and get carried away with his philosophy of "BOOM, CRASH, BANG" detracted any hopes of an interesting and emotionally-involving Superman film. Elyisum looked great, but again it was another big scale film that failed to live up to its potential. Truth be told, the silly season (April to August) proved to be a fairly disappointing period for spectacle, with the strongest of the period (Star Trek Into Darkness) being far from perfect. The Counsellor was a remarkable contradiction of so much talent resulting in such little quality, whilst The Thor sequel and The Great Beauty proved to be the two works that made me feel out of step with the general consensus. Both seem to be universally acclaimed (commercially, critically), yet both left me cold.

SURPRISING - The Way Way Back; on the surface a typical coming of age film, yet is so well written and so well played it was a joy to watch and completely took me by surprise. Same sex relationship films proved to be quite the eye-opener as well. I never imagined that Michael Douglas and Matt Damon would be so convincing as a loving /bickering/dysfunctional couple in Behind the Candelabra, whilst the love scenes in Blue Is The Warmest Colour were incredibly committed to say the least.

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1. Zero Dark Thirty
2. No
3. A Hijacking
4. Behind the Candelabra
5. In The Fog
6. Good Vibrations
7. McCullin
8. Beyond the Hills
9. The Place Beyond the Pines
10. Wreck-it Ralph

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 8:51:15 AM   
Chris Boomen

 

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I have a lot to watch back from like October/November until now, but for now:

Best - Yet to watch a movie of 2013, that I actually consider a personal favorite. IM3, comes close as I have seen it three times this year, but I much so preferred MoS. Spectacular Now and Don Jon are too fresh in the memory to say they will stay favorites, but they are coming close. For now it must be: 'The Way Way Back'.

Worst - Movie 43, Scary Movie 5. Both too obvious, eh? The Bling Ring was terrible as well. Pain & Gain was one of the worst movies I have ever seen.

Dissapointing - jObs, had some good expectations... Drinking buddies, I heard good stuff. Only to find out that they were wrong.

Surprising - Don Jon. I hoped it would be good, but it was great! I also thought Spring Breakers would be something entirely different, but it was even better than I expected, wow.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 8:56:29 PM   
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Was Django Unchained 2013?! In that case I have seen one new film this year and by default it is my best! That's a bingo!

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 10:15:16 PM   
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Best - Gravity
Worst - Man of Steel
Most disappointing - Man of Steel or The Hobbit
Most Surprising - found myself enjoying The Great and Powerful Oz much more than thought I would.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 10:35:23 PM   
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Best: The Hobbit - loved it, every second of it
Worst: Another Day to Die Hard. What the hell, McClane?!
Disappointing: Star Trek: Into Darkness - Cumberbatch out acted everyone one else on screen and it was slightly embarrassing to watch.
Most Surprising: Iron Man 3 for that plot twist

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 11:24:09 PM   
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Best - Man Of Steel/Fast And Furious 6.MOS brilliantly reboots Superman for the 21st century and with awesome spectacle. Its the best superhero film iv seen since Avengers and think its even better than that.Henry Cavill is the best supes since the late great Christopher Reeve and i look forward to what happens next.Fast 6 is the best action movie of the year and the best in the series yet.

Worst - A Good Day To Die Hard.It was never going to be a masterpiece given the directors track record but jesus, Olympus Has Fallen turned out to be a better Die Hard than the latest Die Hard.

Most disappointing - Iron Man 3.After the misfire of IM2, youd think they would have learned their lesson but nope, it may actually be worse than that film.Terrible plot, nonsensical action, and that fucking twist which shits all over the characters greatest villain from the comics.

Most surprising - Ben Affleck being cast as Batman.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 30/12/2013 11:34:34 PM   
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Best - Filth

Worst - obvious, I know, but Movie 43.

Disappointing - Man Of Steel

Surprising - Gravity. Not for the movie, which was excellent, but for how much I enjoyed the 3D... I only saw it in that format because Mr Kermode recommended it...

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 12:35:27 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Judge

Best - Gravity
Worst - Man of Steel
Most disappointing - Man of Steel or The Hobbit
Most Surprising - found myself enjoying The Great and Powerful Oz much more than thought I would.


I almost went with that for most Surprising, even the 3D was pretty good in it.

Best - Blancanieves

Worse - Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

Most Disappointing: The Great Gatsby

Most Surprising: My Sweet Pepper Land

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 6:49:37 AM   
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Best - Gravity, because it felt like an entirely fresh film experience , which are few and far between

Worst - Pacific Rim. From a film which people were claiming was all about fun, I couldn't detect any from the actors, filmmakers, or audience I watched it with

Disappointing - Star trek: Into Darkness. Disappointing because I enjoyed the previous one so much, and think there was so much potential for a second film. Instead of a brand new ST, we got a pointless rehash of WOK, which was inferior in every way

Surprise - There weren't many surprises this year to be honest, which is I suppose a disappointment in itself (most films played it pretty safely). I was genuinely surprised by how good Sandra Bullock was in Gravity, as I'v never been a huge fan

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 7:41:39 AM   
DONOVAN KURTWOOD


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BEST: The Lone Ranger
WORST: A Good Day to Die Hard
DISAPPOINTING: Pacific Rim
SURPRISING: Iron Man 3

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 9:41:43 AM   
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Best: Star Trek into Darkness / Man of Steel
Worst: Scary Movie V
Disappointing: Iron Man 3/ Pacific Rim/ The Internship
Surprising: The Lone Ranger/ the Conjuring both better then I thought they would be

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 11:05:31 AM   
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Best: Les Miserables/Django Unchained

Worst: A Good Day To Die Hard

Most Disappointing: The Counsellor

Most Surprising: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 12:22:20 PM   
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Best: Gravity/Captain Phillips/Good Vibrations
Worst: A Good Day to Die Hard/Hangover 3
Most Disappointing: Anchorman 2
Most Surprising: Catching Fire

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 1:12:29 PM   
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Best: The Great Beauty / Lore

Worst: Les Misérables / Identity Thief

Most Disappointing: Man of Steel / Star Trek Into Darkness

Most Surprising: Side Effects / Love is All You Need


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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 8:24:30 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: DONOVAN KURTWOOD

BEST: The Lone Ranger
WORST: A Good Day to Die Hard
DISAPPOINTING: Pacific Rim
SURPRISING: Iron Man 3


I thought you loved AGDTDH.Didnt you say in the dvd section that you '' really enjoyed it ''?.And you watched it FOUR times?

Not having a go at you or anything but just wondering why have you suddenly changed your mind about the film?

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 10:12:40 PM   
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Best: On hold until I see Gravity. Django Unchained and Zero Dark Thirty are 2012 films technically so ... I don't know.
Runner up: Elysium, Iron Man 3. As good as it got, still middle of the road entertainment.

Worst: Die Hard 5. Gross incompetence.
Runner up: Olympus Has Fallen. Bored to death.

Most disappointing:
Star Trek Into Darkness. Writers need shooting.
Runner up: The Lone Ranger, Oblivion. Waste of those involved who should know better.

Most surprising:
I got nothing. Well besides some of the above being surprisingly bad. I remain jaded and cynical, 2013 stank.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 31/12/2013 10:56:37 PM   
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Best - Leviathan / Frances Ha

Worst - Olympus Has Fallen / Die Hard 5

Most disappointing - Star Trek Into Darkness / Elysium / Computer Chess

Most surprising - Spring Breakers - I expected to hate this but thought it was ok. Gave it a rewatch a few weeks later and loved it.



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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 11:02:30 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: rich
2013 stank.


Either you didn't see enough movies last year or you're just genuinely a bit of a downer.

I'm going to add Cloud Atlas to the most surprising category. Considering everything that the Wachowskis did after the first Matrix flick was an utter disaster, I had my doubts as to whether they and Tykwer could pull this off. I'm glad to say that for the most part they did.

It's not a perfect film by any stretch of the imagination, but it is an unusually ambitious example of mainstream, big budgeted film-making, and the three directors did a fantastic job of weaving all the narrative threads together without them becoming tangled. I think the only time I got a bit lost was when post-apocalyptic Tom Hanks started talking.

Another addition to the surprising category is Behind the Candelabra. I tend to run hot and cold with Steven Soderbergh, but I think this might be the best thing he's ever done. What I know about Liberace could fill the back of a postage stamp, but Michael Douglas and Matt Damon's brilliant chemistry and Soderbergh's lightness of touch with the dramatic and genuinely hilarious scenes had me hooked from minute one. And yes, it got a little bit dusty in the room at the end.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 11:09:33 AM   
DONOVAN KURTWOOD


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quote:

ORIGINAL: MonsterCat

quote:

ORIGINAL: rich
2013 stank.


Either you didn't see enough movies last year or you're just genuinely a bit of a downer.

I'm going to add Cloud Atlas to the most surprising category. Considering everything that the Wachowskis did after the first Matrix flick was an utter disaster, I had my doubts as to whether they and Tykwer could pull this off. I'm glad to say that for the most part they did.

It's not a perfect film by any stretch of the imagination, but it is an unusually ambitious example of mainstream, big budgeted film-making, and the three directors did a fantastic job of weaving all the narrative threads together without them becoming tangled. I think the only time I got a bit lost was when post-apocalyptic Tom Hanks started talking.

Another addition to the surprising category is Behind the Candelabra. I tend to run hot and cold with Steven Soderbergh, but I think this might be the best thing he's ever done. What I know about Liberace could fill the back of a postage stamp, but Michael Douglas and Matt Damon's brilliant chemistry and Soderbergh's lightness of touch with the dramatic and genuinely hilarious scenes had me hooked from minute one. And yes, it got a little bit dusty in the room at the end.


Cloud Atlas is a 2012 release though?

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 11:10:33 AM   
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It came out over here in February 2013, so as far as I'm concerned it counts.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 11:12:44 AM   
DONOVAN KURTWOOD


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quote:

ORIGINAL: MonsterCat

It came out over here in February 2013, so as far as I'm concerned it counts.


Well IMDB lists it as a 2012 release. It was after all originally releases in 2012. But moving on...

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 5:27:16 PM   
rich


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Monste

quote:

ORIGINAL: rich
2013 stank.


Either you didn't see enough movies last year or you're just genuinely a bit of a downer.



Well I could use less vitriol but where's the fun in that? Like I said, some great stuff but it will be counted in the future any time people look it up as "a 2012 (genre) film" which personally was a really good year. I wanted a lot of the summer movies to be more than they were and it just didn't happen. Movies I saw in 2013 is another story but I want to be awkward about it. Have yet to see Gravity, Captain Phillips, Thor 2, Only God Forgives so I mean there's still plenty of room. For more disappointment.

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 1/1/2014 7:11:54 PM   
Shifty Bench

 

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quote:

ORIGINAL: DONOVAN KURTWOOD


quote:

ORIGINAL: MonsterCat

It came out over here in February 2013, so as far as I'm concerned it counts.


Well IMDB lists it as a 2012 release. It was after all originally releases in 2012. But moving on...


Still counts, though as it was released in the UK in 2013. Any film released in the UK between Jan 1st to December 31st 2013 counts for folk who live in the UK. If MC lived in America, he could have included it for 2012

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RE: Best, Worst , Most Disappointing & Most Surprising ... - 2/1/2014 10:43:57 AM   
AxlReznor

 

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Didn't see many films, as usual, but from what I did see...

Best: Cloud Atlas
Worst: Dragon
Most Disappointing: Iron Man 3
Most Surprising: Side Effects

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