#1 Posted by Chibi_cute (4587 posts) - - Show Bio

So well 2013 is ending.. and you have seen loads of movies this year.. so...

Whats your top 10 best movies of 2013 ?

whats your top 10 worst movies of 2013 ?

Top 5 movies you thought was trash but was surprisingly good?

top 5 movies you though was good but was massively dissapointing ?

I wanna hear your thoughts on this one

#2 Posted by Zokergeist (864 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of Steel was eggcelllent

#3 Posted by russellmania77 (15740 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of steel the best

Iron man 3 the worst

#4 Posted by Yokergeist (12355 posts) - - Show Bio

The Wolverine was pretty good.

#5 Posted by Fallschirmjager (18727 posts) - - Show Bio

There's still A LOT of good movies coming out over the next couple weeks.

Man of Steel was my favorite. 12 Years a Slave was the best. (Haaven't seen Hobbit, American Hustle, Wolf of Wallstreet, etc and the ones coming out Christmas)

#6 Edited by ULTRAstarkiller (6283 posts) - - Show Bio

Hobbit the best.

#7 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (23431 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

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#8 Edited by consolemaster001 (6026 posts) - - Show Bio

I thought the lone ranger would suck but it didn't

#9 Edited by kriminal (653 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of steel the best

Iron man 3 the worst

this times infinity.

#10 Posted by Rouflex (19512 posts) - - Show Bio

When peoples thought Green Lantern was the worst Ghost Rider 2 and Iron man 3 came out.

#11 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

1. Star Trek Into Darkness

2. Fast and Furious 6

3. Man of Steel

4. Thor : The Dark World

5. Gravity

6. Pacific Rim

#12 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

#13 Posted by Stupid_People (1248 posts) - - Show Bio

Star Trek into Darkness

Pacific Rim

Fast and Furious 6

Thor 2

Iron Man 3

Man of Steel

Anchorman 2 will be on here after I see it Sunday.

#14 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (23431 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

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#15 Posted by AllStarSuperman (22660 posts) - - Show Bio

Man of Steel was eggcelllent

couldn't have salad it better myself

I fail

#16 Posted by k4tzm4n (50911 posts) - - Show Bio

crtl+f "The World's End"

0 of 0

THE HELL, COMIC VINE?

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#17 Posted by SmashBrawler (5978 posts) - - Show Bio

@k4tzm4n said:

crtl+f "The World's End"

0 of 0

THE HELL, COMIC VINE?

Well, I hadn't seen this thread yet... :P

#18 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

Nah, it wasn't quite a Star Trek 2 Classic remake... yeah, a lot of elements from the old film are in the new one. Even so, the film stands on it's own and the flaws the writer of the article points out are heavily minimal in comparison to Man of Steel. I mean Man of Steel damn near killed itself within the first 30 minutes of the film by having Jor-El beating the crap out of General Zod as if he was his biatch... that only crushes almost any flaw in the Star Trek films because you have essentially killed off the value of your Villain in MOS... he poses no legit threat to Superman being it is if a Scientist can beat your butt then you know a Farmboy Hick can.

#19 Posted by Dragonborn_CT (23431 posts) - - Show Bio

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

Nah, it wasn't quite a Star Trek 2 Classic remake... yeah, a lot of elements from the old film are in the new one. Even so, the film stands on it's own and the flaws the writer of the article points out are heavily minimal in comparison to Man of Steel. I mean Man of Steel damn near killed itself within the first 30 minutes of the film by having Jor-El beating the crap out of General Zod as if he was his biatch... that only crushes almost any flaw in the Star Trek films because you have essentially killed off the value of your Villain in MOS... he poses no legit threat to Superman being it is if a Scientist can beat your butt then you know a Farmboy Hick can.

Sorry dude you must be confusing Zod with Malekith from Thor the Dark World :P

Besides, I would have bought Star Trek 2 better if Khan wasn't the main villain (I mean, Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't even look like bloody Khan), and if the second half wasn't a plot point for plot point Wrath of Khan only switch Kirk's place with Spock. His sacrifice, I would admit, was pretty solid and touching moment... That is absolutely undone minutes later by Kirk's being revived with magic blood. I know Abrams doesn't and wouldn't have the balls to kill off the series' main character (unless if the writer is George R. R. Martin, who would kill the hero, his girlfriend, his mother and his dog) but he shouldn't enter the risk and immediately back out moments after.

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#20 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

Nah, it wasn't quite a Star Trek 2 Classic remake... yeah, a lot of elements from the old film are in the new one. Even so, the film stands on it's own and the flaws the writer of the article points out are heavily minimal in comparison to Man of Steel. I mean Man of Steel damn near killed itself within the first 30 minutes of the film by having Jor-El beating the crap out of General Zod as if he was his biatch... that only crushes almost any flaw in the Star Trek films because you have essentially killed off the value of your Villain in MOS... he poses no legit threat to Superman being it is if a Scientist can beat your butt then you know a Farmboy Hick can.

Sorry dude you must be confusing Zod with Malekith from Thor the Dark World :P

Besides, I would have bought Star Trek 2 better if Khan wasn't the main villain (I mean, Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't even look like bloody Khan), and if the second half wasn't a plot point for plot point Wrath of Khan only switch Kirk's place with Spock. His sacrifice, I would admit, was pretty solid and touching moment... That is absolutely undone minutes later by Kirk's being revived with magic blood. I know Abrams doesn't and wouldn't have the balls to kill off the series' main character (unless if the writer is George R. R. Martin, who would kill the hero, his girlfriend, his mother and his dog) but he shouldn't enter the risk and immediately back out moments after.

Nah, that was Man of Steel...

Wasn't even 30 minutes in on Krypton and the encounter with Jor El and Zod happened... Jor El was beating the crap out of Zod like he was an amateur fighter or something... Zod had to cheap shot Jor El to kill him. I was heavily disappointed...

You think the sacrifice thing was a Major Flaw ? How in the heck did you really think they would have Captain Kirk get killed off and not bring him back ? Of course they was going to do that... just because it came off the technicality of Kahn's blood doesn't mean it's flawed... especially since it was Kahn's blood that supposedly saved that Dying Starfleet Officer's Daughter Life anyways. That guy that blew himself up in that building as the trade off for his Girl's life.

#21 Posted by NoahMaximillion (328 posts) - - Show Bio

My Top 6 films were;

  1. Desolation of Smaug
  2. Thor 2
  3. Captain Phillips
  4. Man of Steel
  5. The Wolverine
  6. Iron Man 3
#22 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (23431 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

Nah, it wasn't quite a Star Trek 2 Classic remake... yeah, a lot of elements from the old film are in the new one. Even so, the film stands on it's own and the flaws the writer of the article points out are heavily minimal in comparison to Man of Steel. I mean Man of Steel damn near killed itself within the first 30 minutes of the film by having Jor-El beating the crap out of General Zod as if he was his biatch... that only crushes almost any flaw in the Star Trek films because you have essentially killed off the value of your Villain in MOS... he poses no legit threat to Superman being it is if a Scientist can beat your butt then you know a Farmboy Hick can.

Sorry dude you must be confusing Zod with Malekith from Thor the Dark World :P

Besides, I would have bought Star Trek 2 better if Khan wasn't the main villain (I mean, Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't even look like bloody Khan), and if the second half wasn't a plot point for plot point Wrath of Khan only switch Kirk's place with Spock. His sacrifice, I would admit, was pretty solid and touching moment... That is absolutely undone minutes later by Kirk's being revived with magic blood. I know Abrams doesn't and wouldn't have the balls to kill off the series' main character (unless if the writer is George R. R. Martin, who would kill the hero, his girlfriend, his mother and his dog) but he shouldn't enter the risk and immediately back out moments after.

Nah, that was Man of Steel...

Wasn't even 30 minutes in on Krypton and the encounter with Jor El and Zod happened... Jor El was beating the crap out of Zod like he was an amateur fighter or something... Zod had to cheap shot Jor El to kill him. I was heavily disappointed...

You think the sacrifice thing was a Major Flaw ? How in the heck did you really think they would have Captain Kirk get killed off and not bring him back ? Of course they was going to do that... just because it came off the technicality of Kahn's blood doesn't mean it's flawed... especially since it was Kahn's blood that supposedly saved that Dying Starfleet Officer's Daughter Life anyways. That guy that blew himself up in that building as the trade off for his Girl's life.

At least Zod could stand his ground against Superman later in the movie and remain imposing and threatening despite having his ass handed earlier in the movie. Malekith get his ass whopped by Thor's mommy and is nowhere near as badass. He is only fighting Thor in his own when he already has the aether and even then, that doesn't excuse his weak personality

To be honest... Having your main character dying and then immediately bring him back through convenient plot device (even if already established earlier into the story) just reeks of Deus ex Machina, that is a thing only bad writers do wanting to raise the stakes without having to take major risks. And like one of the articles pointed out, they could have harvested blood from any of the 72 supermen from Khan's crew that shared the same blood as his, so there was nothing stopping Spock from feeding Khan his own limbs. But I suspect, silly cynic that I am, the only reason he was spared is so that he could bring him back in a sequel.

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#23 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

@king_saturn said:

@dragonborn_ct said:

Man of Steel was the best for me, followed by Thor 2, the Wolverine and Elysium.

Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3 were massive letdowns.

How was Star Trek Into Darkness a Massive Letdown ? It had far less flaws in it than Man of Steel did.

I could go on about the flaws, but this article (or this one) sums it up nicely without me having to write an obnoxious wall of text. My main problem however can be summed up with four words: Wrath of Khan remake.

It wasn't bad mind you, it was serviceable, average at really best.

Nah, it wasn't quite a Star Trek 2 Classic remake... yeah, a lot of elements from the old film are in the new one. Even so, the film stands on it's own and the flaws the writer of the article points out are heavily minimal in comparison to Man of Steel. I mean Man of Steel damn near killed itself within the first 30 minutes of the film by having Jor-El beating the crap out of General Zod as if he was his biatch... that only crushes almost any flaw in the Star Trek films because you have essentially killed off the value of your Villain in MOS... he poses no legit threat to Superman being it is if a Scientist can beat your butt then you know a Farmboy Hick can.

Sorry dude you must be confusing Zod with Malekith from Thor the Dark World :P

Besides, I would have bought Star Trek 2 better if Khan wasn't the main villain (I mean, Benedict Cumberbatch doesn't even look like bloody Khan), and if the second half wasn't a plot point for plot point Wrath of Khan only switch Kirk's place with Spock. His sacrifice, I would admit, was pretty solid and touching moment... That is absolutely undone minutes later by Kirk's being revived with magic blood. I know Abrams doesn't and wouldn't have the balls to kill off the series' main character (unless if the writer is George R. R. Martin, who would kill the hero, his girlfriend, his mother and his dog) but he shouldn't enter the risk and immediately back out moments after.

Nah, that was Man of Steel...

Wasn't even 30 minutes in on Krypton and the encounter with Jor El and Zod happened... Jor El was beating the crap out of Zod like he was an amateur fighter or something... Zod had to cheap shot Jor El to kill him. I was heavily disappointed...

You think the sacrifice thing was a Major Flaw ? How in the heck did you really think they would have Captain Kirk get killed off and not bring him back ? Of course they was going to do that... just because it came off the technicality of Kahn's blood doesn't mean it's flawed... especially since it was Kahn's blood that supposedly saved that Dying Starfleet Officer's Daughter Life anyways. That guy that blew himself up in that building as the trade off for his Girl's life.

At least Zod could stand his ground against Superman later in the movie and remain imposing and threatening despite having his ass handed earlier in the movie. Malekith get his ass whopped by Thor's mommy and is nowhere near as badass. He is only fighting Thor in his own when he already has the aether and even then, that doesn't excuse his weak personality

To be honest... Having your main character dying and then immediately bring him back through convenient plot device just reeks of Deus ex Machina, that is a thing only bad writers do wanting to raise the stakes without having to take major risks. And like one of the articles pointed out, they could have harvested blood from any of the 72 supermen from Khan's crew that shared the same blood as his, so there was nothing stopping Spock from feeding Khan his own leg. But I suspect, silly cynic that I am, the only reason he was spared is so that he could bring him back in a sequel.

But see that's the problem... Zod should have been the full aggressor in the Superman / Zod showdown even at the end... it was very back and forth between them... yeah, he stood his ground... but I was expecting Zod to be pound the sh!t out of Superman and MOS conquering him in the end. Not such a back and forth matchup...

As far as the Thor 2 comments... I never expected that much from Malekith to be honest... I was not expecting him to be a very imposing villain as I don't remember the Dark Elves even being equal or near equal to Thor's might outside of Kurse obviously. But Zod... that's different.

That's still a Minimal Flaw... I would take that plot fail over what happened in MOS any day to be honest.

#24 Edited by Dragonborn_CT (23431 posts) - - Show Bio

@king_saturn: Alright, mate lets agree to disagree.

MoS was my favorite movie of the year, and Star Trek II was yours, and both movies are flawed. At the end of the day, its all just different opinions.

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#25 Edited by consolemaster001 (6026 posts) - - Show Bio

Favourite movies of 2013 (in no order)

Man of Steel

Pacific Rim

Prisoners

Star Trek 2

This is the end

The worlds end

Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire

#26 Posted by King Saturn (224692 posts) - - Show Bio

Anybody see the Batman XXX Parody ? You can't help but notice that the guy who plays Robin has a Bigger Ding Dong than the guy who plays Batman. Kind of a weird situation there I thought...

#27 Edited by MrDirector786 (43633 posts) - - Show Bio

@russellmania77 said:

Man of steel the best

Iron man 3 the worst

I would agree, but I haven't seen enough movies this year to make the judgment that Man of Steel was the best. But Tony Stark 3: The Movie Iron Man 3 was easily the worst by far. And I don't need to see anymore movies to make that judgment because a movie would have to go through a new level of low to be worse than that film.

#28 Posted by TheCannon (19196 posts) - - Show Bio

I've only seen two films this year (though I plan to get the Wolverine for Christmas, so hopefully I'll watch that by the end of the year). Iron Man 3 & Thor: The Dark World. Both were terrible, but Iron Man 3 was MUCH better, so I'll say that.

#29 Edited by Stefano (350 posts) - - Show Bio

1. Rush (by far)

2. Star Trek 2

3. Hunger Games 2

4. Hobbit 2

5. Captain Philips

6. Pacific Rim

7. Iron Man 3

8. Thor 2

9. The Wolverine

10. Man of Steel

#30 Posted by Doomnaut (1994 posts) - - Show Bio

1. Pacific Rim

2. Thor: The Dark World

3. Star Trek: Into Darkness

4. The Wolverine

5. Oblivion

#31 Edited by SilverPool (2011 posts) - - Show Bio

1) Place Beyond the Pines

2) 12 Years a Slave

3) The Wolverine

4) Man of Steel

5) The Dark Knight Returns Part II

6) Pain & Gain (It was hilarious)

7) Gravity (For it's stunning visuals and soundtrack, the story itself was bad)

I can't really think of any more off the top of my head so I'll just go with my 7 favorites.

I'm surprised that there's so little 12 Years a Slave on everyone's lists and so many Thor 2s....

#32 Edited by k4tzm4n (50911 posts) - - Show Bio

@silverpool said:

1) Place Beyond the Pines

2) 12 Years a Slave

3) The Wolverine

4) Man of Steel

5) The Dark Knight Returns Part II

6) Pain & Gain (It was hilarious)

7) Gravity (For it's stunning visuals and soundtrack, the story itself was bad)

I can't really think of any more off the top of my head so I'll just go with my 7 favorites.

I'm surprised that there's so little 12 Years a Slave on everyone's lists and so many Thor 2s....

I think it had some brilliant performances, but I wasn't a fan of the directing. I know I'm part of the minority on that one and some consider it blasphemy, but so be it! :P

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#33 Posted by Rouflex (19512 posts) - - Show Bio

Didnt saw Wolverine & Thor 2 yet so hummm >.>...