The 10 best movies of 2013 so far

The photo may be of Quentin, but surely you're focusing on Brad as well right? Photo: Supplied

The photo may be of Quentin, but surely you’re focusing on Brad as well right? Photo: Supplied
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DESPITE there being over two months of the year remaining, top director Quentin Tarantino has released his top films of 2013.


The list, which appeared on The Quentin Archives website, includes a few surprises, such as box-office flop The Lone Ranger.

Drum roll please …. here’s the best of the best according to the Django Unchained director.


Woody Allen is back with ‘Blue Jasmine’, a film starring Cate Blanchett as a New York socialite who suddenly finds herself living out of home and pocket.

Blue Jasmine : Cate Blanchett plays a troubled New York socialite in this Woody Allen film.

The Conjuring: A horror movie about a haunted farmhouse.


Native American spirit warrior Tonto and man of the law John Reid are opposites brought together by fate and must join forces to battle greed and corruption.

Composed under pressure, what a girl. Photo: AP Photo/Warner Bros Pictures

Composed under pressure, what a girl. Photo: AP Photo/Warner Bros Pictures
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Gravity: Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star as a medical engineer and an astronaut who have to work together when they’re stuck floating in space.

Frances Ha: A comedy about a woman who decides to pursue her dreams of being a dancer despite a lack of actual talent.

Depp is probably grateful that he was in disguise for the majority of this film. Photo: AP Photo/Disney

Depp is probably grateful that he was in disguise for the majority of this film. Photo: AP Photo/Disney
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The Lone Ranger: The Johnny Depp version of this classic tanked at the box office and was panned by critics.

Afternoon Delight: A comedy about a bored housewife who bonds with a female stripper and later hires her to be the live-in nanny.

We're not sure what they're looking at. Photo: AP Photo/Columbia Pictures

We’re not sure what they’re looking at. Photo: AP Photo/Columbia Pictures
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This is the end: James Franco and other celebrities play themselves in this comedy about the end of the world.

Drinking Buddies: A comedy about two brewery workers who develop feelings for each other despite the fact they’re both in relationships.

That's Jim Carrey on the left, seriously! Photo: Supplied

That’s Jim Carrey on the left, seriously! Photo: Supplied
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Kick Ass 2: An action comedy about everyday people who try to become crime fighting superheroes.

Before Midnight: The third film in a trilogy about a couple’s relationship. It stars Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.

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