The Final 13 Great Films of 2013

2013 was an awesome year for cinema. And now that it’s a thing of the past, we can look forward to an exciting and spectacular year to follow in 2014. Although all the films of 2013 have been released, we still have a lot to look forward to with holdover films–films still in theatres and films nominated by Academy Awards as well as the broadcast coming in March. The impressions left by the variety of films from 2013 are some that will stay with us for many years to come and could potentially pave the way for the future of cinema over the next decade or perhaps longer. Below, is Night Film Review’s Top 13 films of 2013. From outer-world, special effect laden blockbusters, to small indie films, to unexpected festival entries. For us at Night Film Reviews, if you haven’t seen these films then your 2013 was surely incomplete. So, without further ado, sit back and enjoy our list of the best 13 films of 2013, as chosen by us. Dive right in below!  Continue reading

Review: Blue is the Warmest Colour

As Adele (Adèle Exarchopoulos) crosses Place Richebé in Lille, France, on what appears to be a seamlessly mundane day, and gazes upon the cool blue-haired, boyish eyes of Emma (Léa Seydoux), from that moment on, she knows she has fallen in love, and at that particular moment, so do we. Read on! Continue reading