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Submitted by MinimeJer05 608d ago | opinion piece

Jeremy's Top Ten Films of 2013

Jeremy of The Daily Rotation wrote, "2013 has without a doubt been one of the most diverse years for films. Normally, a year in film operates on a lopsided scale, with most of the Oscar bait coming out towards the end of the year, with a few summer tent-poles occupying most of the summer and then the leftovers get dumped out around January through April. But not this year." (12 Years A Slave, Culture, Elysium, Gravity, The Place Beyond The Pines, The Wolf of Wallstreet)

Hergula  +   607d ago
Decent list actually, and a very enjoyable read.
Spiewie  +   607d ago
Hmm Gravity doesn't look too good in my opinion.

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