Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Daily Beast's 13 Most Overlooked Movies of 2013

Daniel Radcliffe and Dane DeHaan costar in Kill Your Darlings
The Daily Beast has an interesting roundup of the 13 most overlooked movies of 2013. Their list includes:

  • No - A Chilean drama starring Gael Garcia Bernal
  • Upstream Color - A sci-fi drama which, to be honest, I personally could not get through.
  • Shadow Dancer - A historical thriller set in 1993 Belfast.
  • Frances Ha - Black and white comedy-drama
  • Before Midnight - Sequel to 2004's Before Sunset, for which Julie Delpy just received a Golden Globe nomination
  • The East - Spy thriller starring Brit Marling, Alexander SkarsgĂ„rd, and Ellen Page
  • Much Ado About Nothing - Joss Whedon's modernized take on the Shakespearean classic
  • The Spectacular Now - Comedy/drama about a hard-partying high school senior who decides to change his life
  • Ain't Them Bodies Saints - Western starring Casey Affleck and Ruth Guthrie
  • Short Term 12 - Brie Larson stars in this drama about a foster care facility supervisor
  • Rush - Ron Howard's film is about so much more than Formula One racing
  • Kill Your Darlings - Allen Ginsberg biopic starring Daniel Radcliffe
  • The Counselor - Ridley Scott crime thriller starring Michael Fassbender
I've only seen three of these, and the one that I would recommend most heartily is Kill Your Darlings. How many have you seen?

Head on over to The Daily Beast to check out their descriptions of why they're worth watching.

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