AFI Names Its 10 Best TV Shows and Movies of 2013

Dec 10, 2013  •  Post A Comment

The American Film Institute has released its list of the 10 best television shows and the 10 best movies of 2013. USA Today reports that the following 10 TV series made the list, in alphabetical order:

The Americans
Breaking Bad
Game of Thrones
The Good Wife
House of Cards
Mad Men
Masters of Sex
Orange Is the New Black

On the feature film side, the AFI cited the following 10 movies:

12 Years a Slave
American Hustle
Captain Phillips
Fruitvale Station
Inside Llewyn Davis
Saving Mr. Banks
The Wolf of Wall Street

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  1. How could anyone call Gravity one of the best films of year when it is has so many glaring inaccuracies?? Look, I am a sci-fi fan and can forgive many inaccurate occurrences but one of the worst is when George Clooney is hanging on to that strap or whatever it was and Sandra Bullock was on the other end. The director made it seem as though Clooney was hanging over a cliff and he finally let go to save Bullock. Space is weightless!! Bullock should have just tugged on the strap and Clooney would have drifted right to her. Instead the Clooney character died because of this. Sorry, but this is factually unforgivable! Hit him with space debris or kill him some other way. This death was just stupid. Also, I didn’t much care for Clooney jetting around in space like Buzz Lightyear with not a care in the world. This was a movie set in the present or past actually, since there are no shuttles in use, and you do not see actual astronauts shooting around in space with no respect to the environment for which they are in. There were many more . . . so my point is . . . Best Picture. . . c’mon.
    I know this movie has made, so far, $631 million worldwide. And yea, I will probably purchase the Blu-ray, when it comes out, to give it another watch. I don’t understand the critical acclaim for this movie.

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