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2016 Monday Movie Show Awards

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It is that time of the year when you spend a lot of money on gifts that people are only interested in a few days, eat so much food you end off looking like a sumo wrestler before 2017 starts and you drink so much that you end off doing the perfect impression of Jack Sparrow from the Pirates series.

All of the above is true however we here at the Monday Movie Show have something even better at this time of the year, yes it’s our time to tell you what we think the best 10 and worst 10 films of 2016, we also throw out a few awards to the few who really did stand out in a sea of movie goodness.

Join us live from Thursday 22nd December at around 8:00pm (GMT) on our Spreaker page or the Spreaker app (which you can download free from the Apple app store/Android marketplace and find us on by just searching for The Monday Movie Show). You can download the show from the brilliant Podkicker on the Play Store (just search for The Monday Movie Show) on it,  or you can now find us on Youtube, and we are finally back oniTunes just search for the Monday Movie Show and you should find us.

*line up is subject to change as well as the day and time of the show.

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Best 10 films of 2015 (Stuart)

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It has been a interesting year for films as nobody expected it to be as big as it was, records were broken, animated films shone and surprisingly the latest Star Wars film turned out to be better than i expected.

Below is my overall top 10 films of the year which includes more than one animated film, a sprinkle of Sci-Fi and one big over-the-top action fest.

Instead of boring you with why i thought these films were the best i’m going to make this post short and sweet, it will just be a standard top 10.

If you are interested in my thoughts on each of the films then listen to the end of the year show.

10. Ex Machina

9. Still Alice

8. Minions

7. Crimson Peak

6. Whiplash

5. Krampus

4. The Tale of Princess Kaguya

3. Inside Out

2. Song of the Sea

1. Mad Max: Fury Road

87th Oscar Winners

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Before the 87th Academy Awards kicked off all eyes were starting to point towards Richard Linklater to take most of the big prizes on the night after it’s big wins in other award ceremonies, that didn’t go to plan thanks to Birdman which swooped in and took the main two awards leaving Boyhood with only the Best Supporting Actress for Patricia Arquette to comfort it.

On the night Birdman walked away with Best Film, Best Director for Alejandro González Iñárritu, Best Original Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

Matching Birdman on the night was the quirky comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel which also walked away with four awards followed closely behind by the fantastic Whiplash with three.

In the other main categories Eddie Redmayne picked up the Oscar for Best Actor for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking in drama The Theory of Everything, Julianne Moore was favourite to pick up Best Actress for Still Alice and that went to plan and JK Simmons took home the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for Whiplash.

Looking at some of the other winners on the night, as predicted The Grand Budapest Hotel walked away with the design style categories taking Best Costume, Production Design, Make-Up and Hair, Interstellar took Best Visual Effects, Selma walked away with Best Original Song ahaed of The Lego Movie’s Everything is Awesome and The Imitation Game picked up the award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Below is the full list of winners.

Best Picture
American Sniper
Birdman – Winner
Boyhood
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Selma
The Theory of Everything
Whiplash

Director
Alejandro González Iñárritu (Birdman) – Winner
Richard Linklater (Boyhood)
Bennett Miller (Foxcatcher)
Wes Anderson (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
Morten Tyldum (The Imitation Game)

Best Actor
Steve Carell (Foxcatcher)
Bradley Cooper (American Sniper)
Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game)
Michael Keaton (Birdman)
Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) – Winner
Best Actress
Marion Cotillard (Two Days, One Night)
Felicity Jones (The Theory of Everything)
Julianne Moore (Still Alice) – Winner
Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl)
Reese Witherspoon (Wild)

Best Supporting Actor
Robert Duvall (The Judge)
Ethan Hawke (Boyhood)
Edward Norton (Birdman)
Mark Ruffalo (Foxcatcher)
JK Simmons (Whiplash) – Winner

Best Supporting Actress
Patricia Arquette (Boyhood) – Winner
Laura Dern (Wild)
Keira Knightley (The Imitation Game)
Emma Stone (Birdman)
Meryl Streep (Into the Woods)

Adapted Screenplay
Jason Hall (American Sniper)
Graham Moore (The Imitation Game) – Winner
Paul Thomas Anderson (Inherent Vice)
Anthony McCarten (The Theory of Everything)
Damien Chazelle (Whiplash)

Original Screenplay
Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Nicolás Giacobone, Alexander Dinelaris Jr, Armando Bo (Birdman) – Winner
Richard Linklater (Boyhood)
E Max Frye and Dan Futterman (Foxcatcher)
Wes Anderson and Hugo Guinness (The Grand Budapest Hotel)
Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler)

Animated Feature
Big Hero 6 – Winner
The Boxtrolls
How to Train Your Dragon 2
Song of the Sea
The Tale of Princess Kaguya

Best Foreign Language Film
Ida – Winner
Leviathan
Tangerines
Timbuktu
Wild Tales

Production Design
The Grand Budapest Hotel – WINNER
The Imitation Game
Interstellar
Into the Woods
Mr Turner
Cinematography
Birdman – Winner
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Ida
Mr Turner
Unbroken

Costume Design
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Winner
Inherent Vice
Into the Woods
Maleficent
Mr Turner

Documentary Feature
CitizenFour – Winner
Finding Vivian Maier
Last Days in Vietnam
The Salt of the Earth
Virunga

Documentary Short
Crisis Hotline: Veterans Press 1 – Winner
Joanna
Our Curse
The Reaper
White Earth

Editing
American Sniper
Boyhood
The Grand Budapest Hotel
The Imitation Game
Whiplash – Winner
Make-up and Hairstyling
Foxcatcher
The Grand Budapest Hotel – Winner
Guardians of the Galaxy

Original Score
Alexandre Desplat (The Grand Budapest Hotel) – Winner
Alexandre Desplat (The Imitation Game)
Hans Zimmer (Interstellar)
Gary Yershon (Mr Turner)
Jóhann Jóhannsson (The Theory of Everything)

Original Song
‘Everything Is Awesome’ (The Lego Movie)
‘Glory’ (Selma) – Winner
‘Grateful’ (Beyond the Lights)
‘I’m Not Gonna Miss You’ (Glen Campbell… I’ll Be Me)
‘Lost Stars’ (Begin Again)
Sound Editing
American Sniper – Winner
Birdman
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Interstellar
Unbroken

Sound Mixing
American Sniper
Birdman
Interstellar
Unbroken
Whiplash – Winner
Visual Effects
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
Guardians of the Galaxy
Interstellar – Winner
X-Men: Days of Future Past

Animated Short
The Bigger Picture
The Dam Keeper
Feast – Winner
Me and My Moulton
Single Life

Live Action Short
Aya
Boogaloo and Graham
Butter Lamp
Parvaneh
The Phone Call – Winner

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day Clips

Out on the 24th October in the UK and the 10th October In Scotland comes the latest family comedy from Disney starring Steve Carrell as a father of a family that is all happy smiles apart from one of their sons, bad things always happen to him and he can’t see why everything is sunshine and rainbows with the rest of his family, then one day that all changes when things keep going from bad to worse for everybody else. Below are two clips from the film to enjoy.

Let us know your thoughts and get ready to find out if Alexanders day can get better.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: A Rebuttal To MovieBob

If you’ve been on the internet this week, doubtless you’re aware that the towers of ivory are crumbling, the halls of civilisation are aflame and planes are dropping out of the sky. You’re aware of this because this is precisely how the internet reacts EVERY GODDAMN TIME THEY REBOOT AN 80S NOSTALGIA PROPERTY.
 
Last time it was the My Little Pony movie with no goddamn ponies in it. Before that it was the Transformers movie with (practically) no goddamn Transformers in it. This year it’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which hit America this week and currently rocking an eye-watering 20% on the Tomatometer.
 
The worst slating of the film I’ve seen has come from The Escapist’s own MovieBob. For the purposes of educating those of you who are wavering about what to do when the movie hits these shores, I’ve written the following breakdown of his points as sort of a should-I-shouldn’t-I FAQ.
 
 
Assertion: This Turtles movie isn’t just the worst film of the year, it’s the worst Turtles anything ever, including the one with the girl turtle who had tits.
 
Is it true? Jesus, it’s not that bad. It’s a brainless summer popcorn flick. Some of the new ideas work, some of them don’t. It’s shaky but likable.
 
 
Assertion: Michael Bay has done with Turtles exactly what he did with Transformers. He’s sidelined the title characters into being secondary to the unlikable human characters.
 
Is it true? The turtles are on screen for most of the movie. There’s four significant human characters – April, April’s sidekick, Shredder and Shredder’s sidekick. You can’t really fault it on that score, except for a lack of Casey,
 
 
Assertion: The CGI is stiff and stilted, and the facial movements just don’t gel with it.
 
Is it true? I didn’t think so. I think I might even prefer this look for the turtles to the cel-shaded reboot doing the rounds on Nickelodeon,
 
 
Assertion: The writers have turned Michaelangelo into a lech, and every scene between him and April is excruciatingly uncomfortable. These aren’t the Turtles, they’re a bunch of unlikable “Bro”s.
 
Is it true? It’s true about Michelangelo, sadly. It’s not all there is to his character, though. There are some nice elements to it as well – for example, it makes absolute sense that Mikey loves Keyboard Cat. Another example is the flashback to the Turtles’ childhood which depicts Donnie as a speccy twat. Again, makes total sense.
 
 
Assertion: The film can’t keep it’s story straight from scene to scene. It’s like they made it in a weekend and didn’t check any of their work.
 
Is it true? The writing IS pretty bad. This is TMNT, though. It’s not fucking shakespeare.
 
 
Assertion: The Shredder is a guy in a robot suit that fights for him.
 
Is it true? Yeah. It’s pretty lame. I wonder if they merged Shredder and Krang into one character?
 
 
Assertion: The Foot Clan aren’t ninjas.
 
Is it true? Yep. Also lame. Welcome to post-9/11 Turtleville.
 
 
Assertion: There’s no reason in the story for Splinter to have trained the turtles in ninjitsu. He just found a manual in the sewer and figured it would make a good parenting manual.
 
Is it true? I’ll break it down for you. In this universe, the Turtles are April’s childhood pets. Her dad was a scientist working on a mutagen who was killed when he found out he was working for Shredder. Yes it makes no sense, but it makes about as much sense as any of the other reasons we’ve heard explaining why there’s a bunch of talking turtles living in the New York sewers.
 
 
Assertion: Megan Fox utterly fails to sell the character.
 
Is it true? She’s OK, I guess. She’s a bit of a sleepwalker of an actress. Nobody was up in arms when Natalie Portman did the same thing in Star Wars.
 
 
The TMNT reboot isn’t fantastic, but it’s more Turtles and at ninety minutes it never has a chance to outstay its welcome like the Transformers movies did. In conclusion, I didn’t hate it and I wouldn’t hate to see some sequels.
 
Maybe we’ll get a chance to see Casey do his thing next time around.
 

Oscars 2013 Winners

The biggest award ceremony of the year has been and gone and the winners have been revealed for this years Oscars.

Gravity was the biggest winner of the night going away with seven awards taking Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron, Best Soundtrack and Best visual effects.  12 Years a Slave however won the biggest award of the night taking away Best Film.

Both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto walked away with Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor for Dallas Buyers Club and first time nominee Lupita Nyong’o walked away with Best Supporting Actress beating off favourtie Jennifer Lawrence.

The full list of winners can be found after the jump

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2014 EE BAFTA Award Winners

The award season is now in full swing and the most important night in the British film calander took place with the winners revealed for this years British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA’s).

The biggest winner of the night went to Gravity which took away six awards including Best Director for Alfonso Cuaron, Best Cinematography and the Oustanding British Film award, American Hustle was the next big winner with three and 12 Years a Slave followed behind it with two.

Even though Gravity walked away with six awards 12 Years a Slave walked away with the biggest award of the night Best Film.

Other winners on the night went to Barkhab Abdi for Best Supporting Actor, Rush walked away with Best Editing and the EE Rising Star Award went to Will Poulter.

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2014 OSCAR Nominations

The nominations for the 86th Academy Awards (OSCARS) have been released and leading the pack with 10 nominations are both Gravity and American Hustle, Gravity’s though are mainly in the technical categories.

American Hustle is leading overal though being nominated seven times in the major categories followed closely behind by 12 Years A slave which picked up six.

The winners will be announced on March 2nd at the Dolby Theatre.

A full list of the nominations can be found below so let us know who you think deserves one of the golden statues on the night.

Best Picture
American Hustle
Captain Phillips
Dallas Buyers Club
Gravity
Her
Nebraska
Philomena
12 Years a Slave
The Wolf of Wall Street

Director
David O Russell (American Hustle)
Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity)
Alexander Payne (Nebraska)
Steve McQueen (12 Years a Slave)
Martin Scorsese (The Wolf of Wall Street)

Best Actor
Christian Bale (American Hustle)
Bruce Dern (Nebraska)
Leonardo DiCaprio (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave)
Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers Club)

Best Actress
Amy Adams (American Hustle)
Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine)
Sandra Bullock (Gravity)
Judi Dench (Philomena)
Meryl Streep (August: Osage County)

Best Supporting Actor
Barkhad Abdi (Captain Phillips)
Bradley Cooper (American Hustle)
Michael Fassbender (12 Years A Slave)
Jonah Hill (The Wolf of Wall Street)
Jared Leto (Dallas Buyers Club)

Best Supporting Actress
Sally Hawkins (Blue Jasmine)
Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle)
Lupita Nyong’o (12 Years A Slave)
Julia Roberts (August: Osage County)
June Squibb (Nebraska)

Adapted Screenplay
Before Midnight
Captain Phillips
Philomena
12 Years A Slave
The Wolf of Wall Street

Original Screenplay
American Hustle
Blue Jasmine
Dallas Buyers Club
Her
Nebraska

Animated Feature
The Croods
Despicable Me 2
Frozen
Ernest & Celestine
The Wind Rises

Best Foreign Language Film
The Broken Circle Breakdown
The Great Beauty
The Hunt
The Missing Picture
Omar

Production Design
American Hustle
Gravity
The Great Gatsby
Her
12 Years a Slave

Cinematography
The Grandmaster
Gravity
Inside Llewyn Davis
Nebraska
Prisoners

Costume Design
American Hustle
The Grandmaster
The Great Gatsby
The Invisible Woman
12 Years a Slave

Documentary Feature
The Act of Killing
Cutie and the Boxer
Dirty Wars
The Square
20 Feet From Stardom

Documentary Short
CaveDigger
Facing Fear
Karama Has No Walls
The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved My Life
Prison Terminal: The Last Days of Private Jack Hall

Editing
American Hustle
Captain Phillips
Dallas Buyers Club
Gravity
12 Years a Slave

Make-up and Hairstyling
Dallas Buyers Club
Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa
The Lone Ranger

Original Score
The Book Thief
Gravity
Her
Philomena
Saving Mr. Banks

Original Song
“Alone Yet Not Alone” (Alone Yet Not Alone)
“Happy” (Despicable Me 2)
“Let It Go” (Frozen)
“The Moon Song” (Her)
“Ordinary Love” (Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom)

Sound Editing
All Is Lost
Captain Phillips
Gravity
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Lone Survivor

Sound Mixing
Captain Phillips
Gravity
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Inside Llewyn Davis
Lone Survivor

Visual Effects
Gravity
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
Iron Man 3
The Lone Ranger
Star Trek Into Darkness

Animated Short
Feral
Get a Horse!
Mr. Hublot
Possessions
Room on the Broom

Live Action Short
Aquel No Era Yo (That Wasn’t Me)
Avant Que De Tout Perdre (Just before Losing Everything)
Helium
Pitääkö Mun Kaikki Hoitaa? (Do I Have to Take Care of Everything?
The Voorman Problem

EE BAFTA 2014 award nominations

The nominations for this years EE BAFTA awards have been announced and it will come as no suprise to hear that Gravity has been niminated for the most awards, 11 in total.

On the heels of Gravity though is 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle, both films managed to pick up 10 nods.

Judi Dench managed to capture a milestone by being nominated for a 15th time for her preformance in the fantastic Philomena, this is a record for the BAFTA’s as no actor or actress has been nominated more than she has.

The winners of this years awards will be announced on Sunday February 16th at London’s Royal Opera House and it will be hosted by Stephen Fry.

The full list of nominations can be seen below.

BEST FILM
12 YEARS A SLAVE
AMERICAN HUSTLE
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS
GRAVITY
PHILOMENA

DIRECTOR
Steve McQueen – 12 YEARS A SLAVE
David O. Russell – AMERICAN HUSTLE
Paul Greengrass – CAPTAIN PHILLIPS
Alfonso Cuarón – GRAVITY
Martin Scorsese – THE WOLF OF WALL STREET

LEADING ACTOR
Bruce Dern – NEBRASKA
Chiwetel Ejiofor – 12 YEARS A SLAVE
Christian Bale – AMERICAN HUSTLE
Leonardo DiCaprio – THE WOLF OF WALL STREET
Tom Hanks – CAPTAIN PHILLIPS

LEADING ACTRESS
Amy Adams – AMERICAN HUSTLE
Cate Blanchett – BLUE JASMINE
Emma Thompson – SAVING MR. BANKS
Judi Dench – PHILOMENA
Sandra Bullock – GRAVITY

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Barkhad Abdi – CAPTAIN PHILLIPS
Bradley Cooper – AMERICAN HUSTLE
Daniel Bruhl – RUSH
Matt Damon – BEHIND THE CANDELABRA
Michael Fassbender – 12 YEARS A SLAVE

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Jennifer Lawrence – AMERICAN HUSTLE
Julia Roberts – AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY
Lupita Nyong’o – 12 YEARS A SLAVE
Oprah Winfrey – THE BUTLER
Sally Hawkins – BLUE JASMINE

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM
GRAVITY
MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
PHILOMENA
RUSH
SAVING MR. BANKS
THE SELFISH GIANT

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER
Colin Carberry (Writer), Glenn Patterson (Writer) GOOD VIBRATIONS
Kelly Marcel (Writer) SAVING MR. BANKS
Kieran Evans (Director/Writer) KELLY + VICTOR
Pauk Wright (Director/Writer), Polly Stokes (Producer) FOR THOSE IN PERIL
Scott Graham (Director/Writer) SHELL

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
THE ACT OF KILLING – Joshua Oppenheimer, Signe Byrge Sørensen
BLUE IS THE WARMEST COLOUR – Abdellatif Kechiche, Brahim Chioua, Vincent Maraval
THE GREAT BEAUTY – Paolo Sorrentino, Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima
METRO MANILA – Sean Ellis, Mathilde Charpentier
WADJDA – Haifaa Al-Mansour, Gerhard Meixner, Roman Paul

DOCUMENTARY
THE ACT OF KILLING – Joshua Oppenheimer
THE ARMSTRONG LIE – Alex Gibney
BLACKFISH – Gabriela Cowperthwaite
TIM’S VERMEER – Penn Jillette, Teller, Farley Ziegler
WE STEAL SECRETS: THE STORY OF WIKILEAKS – Alex Gibney

ANIMATED FILM
DESPICABLE ME 2 – Chris Renaud, Pierre Coffin
FROZEN – Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
MONSTERS UNIVERSITY – Dan Scanlon

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
AMERICAN HUSTLE – Eric Warren Singer, David O. Russell
BLUE JASMINE – Woody Allen
GRAVITY – Alfonso Cuarón, Jonás Cuarón
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS – Joel Coen, Ethan Coen
NEBRASKA – Bob Nelson

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
12 YEARS A SLAVE – John Ridley
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA – Richard LaGravenese
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS – Billy Ray
PHILOMENA – Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET – Terence Winter

ORIGINAL MUSIC
12 YEARS A SLAVE – Hans Zimmer
THE BOOK THIEF – John Williams
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS – Henry Jackman
GRAVITY – Steven Price
SAVING MR. BANKS – Thomas Newman

CINEMATOGRAPHY
12 YEARS A SLAVE – Sean Bobbitt
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS – Barry Ackroyd
GRAVITY – Emmanuel Lubezki
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS – Bruno Delbonnel
NEBRASKA – Phedon Papamichael

EDITING
12 YEARS A SLAVE – Joe Walker
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS – Christopher Rouse
GRAVITY – Alfonso Cuarón, Mark Sanger
RUSH – Dan Hanley, Mike Hill
THE WOLF OF WALL STREET – Thelma Schoonmaker

PRODUCTION DESIGN
12 YEARS A SLAVE – Adam Stockhausen, Alice Baker
AMERICAN HUSTLE – Judy Becker, Heather Loeffler
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA – Howard Cummings
GRAVITY – Andy Nicholson, Rosie Goodwin, Joanne Woodlard
THE GREAT GATSBY – Catherine Martin, Beverley Dunn

COSTUME DESIGN
AMERICAN HUSTLE – Michael Wilkinson
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA – Ellen Mirojnick
THE GREAT GATSBY – Catherine Martin
THE INVISIBLE WOMAN – Michael O’Connor
SAVING MR. BANKS – Daniel Orlandi

MAKE UP & HAIR
AMERICAN HUSTLE – Evelyne Noraz, Lori McCoy-Bell
BEHIND THE CANDELABRA – Kate Biscoe, Marie Larkin
THE BUTLER – Debra Denson, Beverly Jo Pryor, Candace Neal
THE GREAT GATSBY – Maurizio Silvi, Kerry Warn
THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG – Peter Swords King, Richard Taylor, Rick Findlater

SOUND
ALL IS LOST – Richard Hymns, Steve Boeddeker, Brandon Proctor, Micah Bloomberg, Gillian Arthur
CAPTAIN PHILLIPS – Chris Burdon, Mark Taylor, Mike Prestwood Smith, Chris Munro, Oliver Tarney
GRAVITY – Glenn Freemantle, Skip Lievsay, Christopher Benstead, Niv Adiri, Chris Munro
INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS – Peter F. Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Greg Orloff
RUSH – Danny Hambrook, Martin Steyer, Stefan Korte, Markus Stemler, Frank Kruse

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
GRAVITY – Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould, Nikki Penny
THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG – Joe Letteri, Eric Saindon, David Clayton, Eric Reynolds
IRON MAN 3 – Bryan Grill, Christopher Townsend, Guy Williams, Dan Sudick
PACIFIC RIM – Hal Hickel, John Knoll, Lindy De Quattro, Nigel Sumner
STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS – Ben Grossmann, Burt Dalton, Patrick Tubach, Roger Guyett

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION
EVERYTHING I CAN SEE FROM HERE
I AM TOM MOODY
SLEEPING WITH THE FISHES

BRITISH SHORT FILM
ISLAND QUEEN
KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES
ORBIT EVER AFTER
ROOM 8
SEA VIEW

THE EE RISING STAR AWARD
Dane DeHaan
George Mackay
Lupita Nyong’o
Will Poulter
Lea Seydoux

Stuart’s Best 10 of 2013

So my list of worst films of 2013 have been revealed and i could of easily made that list the worst 30/40, when it comes to the best films of the year that’s where i struggled a little as it took to nearly the end of the year for me to even had a good 15, in the end though a few films managed to shine through as the best of the best as well as a few honorable mentions.

So take a look at the 10 films that i thought were the best of 2013.

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