Yes – over 25 million rankings have been made this past year. That’s 70,000 rankings a day. Now that the year’s films have started to settle a few weeks into the new year, we’re ready to showcase the highest ranked films of 2013! You’ve added every movie you’ve seen from the year to your Flickchart, and pit them head-to-head against the best movies of all time. This breakdown of the year’s best is the result of each and every one of your rankings aggregated together to form the combined chart of the highest ranked, best movies of 2013.
Out of 963 total movies released in 2013, as of today, here are your current picks for the Top 20 of 2013:
Unlike those of other websites, our Top Ten lists are created from the empirical data of our global rankings.
Pixar Animation Studios has become synonymous with all-ages CGI storytelling featuring big ideas and bigger heart. It’s a brand trusted by families to inspire their children and warm their hearts, without resorting to the more pedestrian antics that characterize so many of the movies aimed at younger viewers by other studios. Pixar has become a franchise all its own in the minds of many fans and with their latest work, Monsters University, set to open in theaters today, June 21st, we take a moment to see what the Flickchart community has decided are the Top Ten Pixar Animation Studios Movies of All-Time.
Author and journalist Robert K. Elder has written two books featuring interviews with film directors: “The Film that Changed My Life“, and his newly released “The Best Film You’ve Never Seen“. In the former, he asks 30 filmmakers to discuss the film that had the biggest influence on their cinematic careers. In the latter, 35 directors defend and/or promote movies that they regard as being overlooked or misunderstood. For those of you interested in keeping track of the films mentioned in each book that you’ve viewed, Flickchart offers rankable filters for both The Film that Changed My Life and The Best Film You’ve Never Seen. Listed below are all the directors involved and the films that they chose.
Jason Statham is one of the last true action stars in film. His movies tend to elicit the excitement and adrenaline-fueled rush that Schwarzenegger, Stallone, and Norris were so good at creating back in the 80s. What would Statham’s Flickchart look like? Let’s have a look, shall we?
You might be thinking: “Why in the world would this be considered a Poster of Prominence?”
The reason is it’s a truly terrible poster.