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#1 Posted by stoodspoon (601 posts) -

Mine Is Gravity

#2 Posted by Danteveli (1165 posts) -

Thor 2 ??

To be honest have no idea and nothing really stands out in my memory.

#3 Posted by ZolRoyce (633 posts) -

I always forget what movies come out and when they come out, Gravity and Pacific Rim were both pretty great so maybe one of them. I also really liked Evil Dead.

#4 Posted by StarvingGamer (8041 posts) -

The only movies I saw were Iron Man 3 and Thor 2. I think I have to give the edge to Thor 2.

#5 Posted by Shaunage (694 posts) -

Been flipping a coin for months between The Past and Gravity.

#6 Edited by LastNinja (281 posts) -

Dredd

#7 Posted by Grissefar (2842 posts) -

I don't know man, didn't watch a lot of movies from 2013. Perhaps Before Midnight? That's pretty good.

#8 Posted by Dasacant2 (215 posts) -

I'm going with Thor 2. I actually liked Gravity as well but I had a really bad theater experience with these two teenage girls constantly talking along with a guy who kept answering his phone and describing the movie to whoever called him. Also is texting during a movie ok? because I can't go to a movie without 4 or 5 people texting or going on the internet on their phone. I find the lights are kind of distracting, but maybe just need to learn how to ignore them.

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#10 Posted by Wraxend (553 posts) -

Easy The World's End probably followed by Star Trek Into Darkness. Sadly the two Marvel outings this year have been quite underwhelming after the high of The Avengers.

#11 Edited by Dauragon (554 posts) -

A tie between Spring Breakers and Pacific Rim.

#12 Posted by HH (599 posts) -

but I had a really bad theater experience with these two teenage girls constantly talking along with a guy who kept answering his phone and describing the movie to whoever called him. Also is texting during a movie ok? because I can't go to a movie without 4 or 5 people texting or going on the internet on their phone. I find the lights are kind of distracting, but maybe just need to learn how to ignore them.

this is all heinous. i go to the cinema on monday or tuesday mornings, when it's only ocd nerds like me who don't even eat in there, i cannot handle the behaviour in evening shows at all, so inconsiderate.

i go to the cinema a lot, i enjoy a lot of what i watch but it's rare there's even one film a year that i really like - last examples are Blue Valentine, Hunger, and The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford.

this year what i enjoyed most was Emma Thompson's performance as P.L. Travers in Saving Mr. Banks.

#13 Posted by horseman6 (366 posts) -

Pacific Rim, Elysium, Dredd, Europa Report, . . . um

There's a ton of stuff I probably forgot about and stuff I haven't seen yet since I really don't go to the theaters anymore.

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#15 Edited by tourgen (4432 posts) -

Guys, Dredd was late 2012. Great movie though.

Pacific Rim was a fun spectacle. I didn't see many other movies.

#16 Posted by postnothing (65 posts) -

I haven't been going to the cinema that much lately; I usually watch movies at home and the only half-decent movie I've seen this year is The Past.

#17 Posted by Sammo21 (3215 posts) -

I had a great time at Pacific Rim and saw it at IMAX 3 times...Thor 2 was really fun too. This conversation will probably be different, on my end, after I see The Wolf of Wallstreet next week.

#18 Posted by Robsamuel (62 posts) -

Oblivion.

Tom Cruise is pretty wooden, but the rest is fantastic.

#19 Edited by Rhombus_Of_Terror (2089 posts) -

Pacific Rim followed by Gravity.

#20 Posted by BabyChooChoo (4310 posts) -

Hmmm, probably either Riddick or Fast & Furious 6. Whatever, I fuckin love Vin Diesel. He makes great, dumb action movies that are right up my alley.

I wanted to like Star Trek Into Darkness more than I did. I'm not even really a s Star Trek fan, but I cannot stress how much I loved the 2009 movie. Into Darkness wasn't terrible, but I don't feel like it was even close to being on the same level as it's predecessor.

#21 Edited by ZolRoyce (633 posts) -

@dasacant2 said:

. Also is texting during a movie ok? because I can't go to a movie without 4 or 5 people texting or going on the internet on their phone. I find the lights are kind of distracting, but maybe just need to learn how to ignore them.

No way in hell is texting okay in a theater unless you can find a way to do it that makes it completely non noticeable to those around you, if I feel like during a movie I have to have the option for someone to be able to contact me, I sit in the very back row so the only person the light is effecting is me and me alone. You are in a dark room with lights flashing in your face, tell people to cut that crap if it's annoying you! Maybe it's all dependent on where you live/the type of people with you but I've had a few people doing that at the theater I go to and when I asked them to stop they did, all but one guy. It's never on us to ignore them it's on them to not be asshats to us.

#22 Edited by BaneFireLord (2913 posts) -

Waiting on Wolf of Wall Street before I make a final decision. At the moment, I'll probably go with The World's End.

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#23 Posted by e30bmw (356 posts) -

Upstream Color, Fast Six or Pacific Rim. I was a little let down by Gravity although I did enjoy it.

Gonna probably see The Hobbit and American Hustle over Christmas, so I'm hoping those are good.

#24 Posted by armaan8014 (5337 posts) -

Gravity was my favorite film of the year and in a long while too.

@zolroyce said:

@dasacant2 said:

. Also is texting during a movie ok? because I can't go to a movie without 4 or 5 people texting or going on the internet on their phone. I find the lights are kind of distracting, but maybe just need to learn how to ignore them.

No way in hell is texting okay in a theater unless you can find a way to do it that makes it completely non noticeable to those around you, if I feel like during a movie I have to have the option for someone to be able to contact me, I sit in the very back row so the only person the light is effecting is me and me alone. You are in a dark room with lights flashing in your face, tell people to cut that crap if it's annoying you! Maybe it's all dependent on where you live/the type of people with you but I've had a few people doing that at the theater I go to and when I asked them to stop they did, all but one guy. It's never on us to ignore them it's on them to not be asshats to us.

I hate those kind of distracting bastards. Idiots have no etiquette. Why did they come for a movie if all they wanted to do was use their cell phone throughout? I went for Hobbit a few days ago and was almost about to shout out loudly in the theater for everyone to shut up and watch the film (people were also continuously talking and laughing loudly)

I changed my seats instead; went and sat up front.

#25 Posted by Dasacant2 (215 posts) -

@zolroyce said:

No way in hell is texting okay in a theater unless you can find a way to do it that makes it completely non noticeable to those around you, if I feel like during a movie I have to have the option for someone to be able to contact me, I sit in the very back row so the only person the light is effecting is me and me alone. You are in a dark room with lights flashing in your face, tell people to cut that crap if it's annoying you! Maybe it's all dependent on where you live/the type of people with you but I've had a few people doing that at the theater I go to and when I asked them to stop they did, all but one guy. It's never on us to ignore them it's on them to not be asshats to us.

I'm glad I'm not the only one, it seemed like only me and my dad seem to care about these things in the theater we go to. Maybe most of the people going to my theater are just rude, because no one listens when you ask them to stop. I actually think it is kind of weird that people pay money to go to the movies but spend all their time on their phone.

#26 Edited by Bobstar (310 posts) -

Surprised over how few have mentioned The Hobbit 2. Definitely my favorite movie of 2013.

#27 Edited by MocBucket62 (1160 posts) -

Its probably between Pacific Rim, Iron Man 3 or 42 for me. Though I really need to see movies like The Wolf on Wall Street and Saving Mr. Banks to see if any of those films change my mind.

Edit: I also should of seen The World's End when I had the chance.

#28 Posted by ShadowConqueror (3050 posts) -

I was really disappointed by the films this year until I saw 12 Years a Slave. It was incredible.

#29 Posted by OneKillWonder_ (1698 posts) -

Pacific Rim, The World's End, and Fast 6. Gravity was excellent as well. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did because the trailers were really silly, but it was a beautiful yet simple film.

I saw Out of the Furnace the other week, too. Really enjoyed that.

#30 Posted by theodacourt (520 posts) -

Bernie - This film came out this year in the UK. It's brilliant.

#31 Posted by alwaysbebombing (1539 posts) -

Iron Man 3!

#32 Posted by TheBluthCompany (370 posts) -

I saw a lot of movies this year.. (mutters under breath) Fast 6 is my favorite...

#33 Posted by lennyy (73 posts) -

The Last of Us.

#34 Posted by ShaggE (6351 posts) -

Nothing really comes to mind, unfortunately. Plenty that I liked, but nothing really sticks out.

I was shocked by how good Curse of Chucky was, though, so... that?

#35 Posted by AlexW00d (6198 posts) -

I've only watched like 2 2013 films, and Only God Forgives was trash, so my favourite film of 2013 was New World, a Korean undercover cop gangsters n shit film with the greatest elevator fight scene I've seen.

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#36 Posted by csl316 (8194 posts) -

Elysium. I thought District 9 was pretty good, but not the holy grail as it was made out to be. But Elysium just stuck with me. I enjoyed just about everything in it, from the characters to the world to the art design. And the action just hit hard. Surprised by the meh response it ended up getting.

Man, I just realized I saw a stupid amount of movies this year.

#37 Posted by Redbullet685 (6029 posts) -

( I still have to see American Hustle and Wolf of Wall Street)

Otherwise, my favorite has to be either The World's End, Anchorman 2, or Gravity.

#38 Posted by spraynardtatum (2633 posts) -

This is the End. Can't wait for American Hustle, Her, and Wolf of Wall Street.

#39 Edited by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

Mine is probably Prisoners. There are a ton movies that came out this year (or are about to come out) that I haven't seen yet, I have a lot to catch up on.

#40 Edited by Animasta (14651 posts) -

I only watched two movies this year but they were both really good: Steins;Gate the movie, and Spring Breakers.

I can't decide and you can't make me

#41 Edited by sub_o (843 posts) -

I enjoyed Gravity, Pacific Rim, and Korean film New World / Sinsegye.

#42 Posted by Guesty_01 (339 posts) -

The Hobbit. It was destined to be my favorite.

#43 Posted by beepmachine (618 posts) -

Prisoners, The Place Beyond The Pines, 12 Years A Slave were all fantastic. Didn't see the hobbit yet though and The Wolf of Wall Street isn't out yet. I think I'm giving it to prisoners though. There was nothing incredible original about it but it had me glued to the screen for the entire time.

#44 Posted by Seppli (10251 posts) -

I hear Wolf of Walstreet is awesome. Haven't seen it yet though. I've only watched a bunch Summer blockbusters this year, of which none actually makes the cut - because I forced myself to go and watch The Hobbit: Smaug's Desolance a few weeks past - and yep, that's been my favorite movie going experience of the year. Follow by Pacific Rim maybe? Who knows.

#45 Edited by TheManWithNoPlan (5278 posts) -

Of the movies I've seen so far my favorite's probably The World's end.

#46 Posted by Cybertification (198 posts) -

As far as I can remember I saw exactly one new movie this year, and that was Oblivion, which was better than I expected, but then again I barely ever watch movies, so my opinion isn't worth much.

#47 Posted by thomasnash (539 posts) -

Upstream Color by a country mile for me. One of the most arresting films I've seen in a long time.

I really enjoyed Le Weekend as well, great mixture of crushing social realism and French New Wave fantasy.

#48 Posted by Disaya (285 posts) -

I only had a chance to see The Hobbit, Pacific Rim, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I really loved Catching Fire but I have to give it to Pacific Rim. I doubt I'll have a chance to see Gravity in theaters but I hear that one is great as well.

#49 Posted by pinner458 (616 posts) -

The Place Beyond the Pines, The Way Way Back, Gravity, Blue Jasmine and MUD are probably my top 5 in no particular order.

#50 Edited by NorseDudeTR (421 posts) -

Gravity, I think. Other than that, I can’t remember anything standing out.