25 Million Rankings Determine Flickchart’s Top 20 Films of 2013

Nathan Chase

Nathan Chase is a co-founder and the designer of Flickchart. He’s also a multimedia designer & developer living in central Florida, an online culture and social networking enthusiast, a proud father, an avid PC gamer, an incessant movie watcher, known for an eclectic musical taste, and often writing and performing music – on the drums, guitar, piano, or computer.

You can find Nathan on Flickchart as Zampa, and email him at nathan@flickchart.com.

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5 Responses

  1. AM says:

    Is that not a still from Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom in place of the #4 pick 12 Years a Slave?

  2. Nick says:

    I never said I wanted to see Khan again, and I never understood why so many people though the perfect way to explore the new Star Trek universe they set up was to rehash the second original film. It was crap.

    • For what it’s worth, I very vocally disagreed with the idea of Khan 2.0, or anything we’d already seen in the original timeline. As tends to happen, no one asked me. The discourse after the release of Star Trek was almost entirely centered on what Khan in this timeline would be like, though, and I can easily see why J.J. Abrams, Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci felt pressured to explore that in the sequel.

      My feeling is that they did a surprisingly solid job overall, given the near-obligatory nature of the story. I’m glad it’s out of the way and I hope that the next movie in the series actually gives us something truly original instead of a retread of something we’ve seen already (not, of course, that anyone has asked me).

      As for Star Trek Into Darkness, I didn’t care for the specific scenes that recreated The Wrath of Khan (hence my dig at them for not crediting Nicholas Meyer for screenwriting credit), but the original content was overall pretty satisfying for me.