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Top 10 Movies of 2013

Dec 30, 2013

2013 at the movies was all about high budget sequels and unforgettable sci-fi, and yeah, and don't forget all the awesome animated films to boot - check out our Top 10 Movies of 2013!

No.10: Iron Man 3

With the wild success of the first two Iron Man films, there was almost no doubt that the third one would be amazing.

Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow star in Iron Man 3Robert Downey Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow star in Iron Man 3Courtesy of Disney

No.9: Despicable Me 2

Despicable Me 2 was just one of many sequels that left us more impressed than the first one (and we love the first one!) In the sequel Gru is enlisted by the Anti-Villain League to help take on a powerful new bad guy.

Can Gru help the Anti-Villain League?Can Gru help the Anti-Villain League?Courtesy of Universal

No.8: Fast and the Furious 6

Our original crew of high speed criminals have already made the good life happen for themselves overseas, but living in exile from the good ol' USA has left them all homesick - and when they see proof that a member of their crew they though they had lost, Lettie, is alive. This is also one of the last films that actor Paul Walker worked on before passing away.

The crew is back in action in the USAThe crew is back in action in the USACourtesy of Universal

No.7: Monsters University

Mike and Sulley start off as rivals at college, but soon these two brainiac monsters are BFFs!

School is a great place to make new friends - especially if you're a monster!School is a great place to make new friends - especially if you're a monster!Courtesy of Disney/Pixar

No.6: Beautiful Creatures

Magical teen romance novels? Well, there's a ton on the market, but Beautiful Creatures, adapted from the novel by Kami Garcia and Margaret Stohl, is one of the most stylishly executed teen adaptations to come out this year, and features a stand out cast that even your mom and dad can get behind (trust us.)

Southern gothic meets teen witches, what's not to love in Beautiful Creatures?Southern gothic meets teen witches, what's not to love in Beautiful Creatures?Courtesy of Warner Brothers

No.5: Star Trek Into Darkness

It's an understatement to say that the Star Trek movie franchise has a new lease on life, and Star Trek Into Darkness is as thrilling as the first reboot, with Captain Kirk leading his crew against in the fight against a one man weapon of mass destruction.

Star Trek Into Darkness pits Capt. Kirk against a major villainStar Trek Into Darkness pits Capt. Kirk against a major villainCourtesy of Paramount

No.4: Frozen

Plucky Anna and Kristoff team up for the adventure of a lifetime when they go in search of her "icy" sister Elsa, who has trapped the entire kingdom in eternal Winter.

It's not a figure of speech when Anna says her sister is an Ice Queen!It's not a figure of speech when Anna says her sister is an Ice Queen!Courtesy of Disney

No.3: The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby is a beloved American literary classic, and Aussie director Baz Luhrman breathes new life into a story of love and loss in the jazz age with a killer soundtrack and costumes and sets to die for.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan star as Gatsby and DaisyLeonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan star as Gatsby and DaisyCourtesy of Warner Brothers

No.2: The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug

One of the most anticipated films of the year,The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug did not disappoint, but don't worry, the adventure isn't over yet! There's more Hobbit antics to come in the future.

The second Hobbit movie is even more impressive than the firstThe second Hobbit movie is even more impressive than the firstCourtesy of Warner Brothers

No.1: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

If you haven't read The Hunger Games, you're more than just a little behind the times! Fans and critics couldn't stop praising the second installment of the teen sci-fi series, with Katniss and Peeta stealing our hearts once more in their fight against the Capitol.

Talk about intense - Catching Fire will make you catch your breathTalk about intense - Catching Fire will make you catch your breathCourtesy of Lionsgate

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What was your fave movie of 2013? Let us know in the comments section below!



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