The Best Movies of 2013

Yes, Gravity makes it. Also, a superior sex comedy

Inside Llewyn Davis
Alison Rosa
Inside Llewyn Davis
Before Midnight
Despina Spyrou
Before Midnight
Dark Skies
Matt Kennedy
Dark Skies

And don't forget: David O. Russell's American Hustle for its disco-ball dazzle and Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby for sheer braggadocio; Something In the Air, Olivier Assayas' semi-autobiographical sketch of a kid growing up in Paris, post-1968; After Tiller, Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's morally complex documentary about the few remaining doctors in America who perform late-term abortions; The Butler, from Lee Daniels, a mini pop history of black America from the 1950s to 2008; Joseph Gordon-Levitt's sweet, sure-footed directorial debut, Don Jon; Best Man Holiday, Malcolm D. Lee's sequel to The Best Man, a comedy-drama with tons of life packed into it; The Past, in which acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi gets in touch with his inner Douglas Sirk; Paul Schrader's The Canyons, messy, problematic, but alive, thanks to Lindsay Lohan's scraped-raw performance; Paolo Sorrentino's lush, mournfully poetic The Great Beauty (and guys! Take some style tips from impeccably appointed leading man Toni Servillo).

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