8 Movies You Should Not Have Missed In 2013
With dozens of movies releasing every week, more than 600 movies received a theatrical release in 2013 which were in the must watch movies 2013. Surely, it was not possible to watch all of them. However you could have watched some of them yet many might have been missed. Here is a list of top 8 movies from world over that you might have missed but should not have.
It is a full-bodied silent film of the sort that might have been made by the greatest directors of the 1920s. “Blancanieves” smartly blends cinematic antiquarianism, period atmosphere and primal emotions. It is a one of the top movies of 2013- enjoyable and admirable entertainment managing to be a great movie. Its emotions felt simplified, rather than enhanced, by the discipline of silence. Blancanieves is a dark and deeply romantic homage 1920s cinema. It give audiences the classical feel of a fairy tale. It is extremely pleasurable to watch, and shows every sign of having been extremely pleasurable to make.
2) A Hijacking
“A Hijacking” features excellent performances from two protagonists, delivered in an unflinching fashion that lays out the scenario, and simply allows the raw emotions to transpire on their own. This movie shifts perspective between two very different men as they deal with a tumultuous ordeal. Even with minimal action, “A Hijacking” is an intense drama with grace notes in every scene and a hellish punch. It is an interesting and a good movie year 2013 has given which takes on everybody involved.
3) The Hunt
The Hunt is a good movie released in year 2013 in almost every aspect. In my opinion, the camerawork was perfect for the film, as was the performances. It’s in human nature to protect children, especially in females, the real story here shows how mindlessly destructive this instinct can be. “The Hunt” fully succeeds in showing how a person’s reputation can be indelibly damaged as a result of defamation. It is a morally complex drama, heightened by a powerhouse lead performance that will stick with you long after the credits roll.
4) Kill Your Darlings
Kill Your Darlings is an American biographical drama and a good movie of 2013 written by Austin Bunn and directed by John Krokidas feature film directorial debut. The story is about the supremely stylish college days of Beat Generation, their interactions, and a killing that took place. This film, based on a true story, focuses on dangerous young minds during the freewheeling mid-1940s shaken and stirred with a gloriously jazzy soundtrack and a colour palette that shifts from light to murky in a heartbeat.
Leviathan- one of the best movies of 2013 showing Underwater deep-sea miners encounter a Soviet wreck and bring back a dangerous cargo to their base on the ocean floor with horrifying results. There are not many dialogues in the movie or popular stars but still it is an awesome movie to watch specially for the people who are adventurous having love for water and fishing. The movie requires one’s attention to understand this magical piece of work.
It is a historical drama about a political referendum in Chile from 25 years ago. A very good movie to watch- story of a youthful ad man, one of whose ad campaign is received in a way that it changes the history of an entire nation. The scenes in this movie are low-fi and the vibrancy of the images is drained which takes the audience back in time. It is an amazing glimpse into an uncontrollably exuberant referendum, filled with strong performances and sharp humour.
7) Room 237
A subjective documentary that explores the numerous theories about the hidden meanings by ‘Stanley Kubrick’. Realizing the urban legend of their youth has actually come true; two filmmakers delve into the mystery surrounding five missing children and the real-life boogeyman linked to their disappearances. Room 237 is one of the top movies of 2013 – directed by one of the perfectionist it is a must-see for film buffs and conspiracy theorists .
8) Stories We Tell
Stories We Tell is a Canadian documentary film written and directed by Sarah Polley. The film explores her family’s secrets—including one intimately related to Polley’s own identity. Stories We Tell is a documentary, a mystery, a family exposé and a deeply moving look at tangled human relationships. It’s a brilliant film and a good movie: an enthralling, exquisitely layered masterpiece of memoir that unravels an extraordinary world of family secrets through a maze of interviews, home movies, and faux home movies cast with actors. Tell us the movie you thought was worth a watch in 2013
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