It’s that time of the year again where we look back over the last 12 months and pick out those films that deserve to be ranked as the best of the best, the Monday Movie Show awards return for a fourth outing however in a slightly different form from previous years.
We hand out the usual awards but change things up a little by handing out our own personal accolades, on top of the awards we also have our usual top 10 best and worst films of the year.
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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.
Catch up with our look back at the year of 2012, with our rundown of what we consider to be the cream of the crop from the last 12 months and what we consider to be the lowest of the low. 10 movies out this year that you really should have seen and the other 10 that you should have avoided like the plague!
In the second part of the show, we have our Monday Movie Show awards for the second year in a row, covering the regular categories such as Best Animated Movie, Best Foreign Language Movie, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Movie and Best Director, along with some other little ones like Best and Worst Cameos, and Most Pointless Remake or Sequel!
It seems that you don’t have to speak in a film to claim the plaudits during awards season as the silent black and white film The Artist proved at last night BAFTA’s taking a massive 7 awards home with it.
British films also did really well at the BAFTA’s last night with Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Senna and the Iron Lady taking 2 awards each alongside Hugo, however there were also wins for the fantastic Tyrannosaur, Beginners and Harry Potter making it a fantastic night for British Cinema
Other films that walked away with awards were animated film Rango, Spanish film The Skin i Live in, drama The Help and kids film.
Full list of winners can be found after the jump.