(note: so WordPress is shrinking the gifs in this post—not sure why, but please bear with it while I try to figure this thing out!)
So after I finished Designated Survivor, I woke up to all ten seasons of Friends available on Netflix. I’ve never seen it from the beginning, but a ten-season show, 25 episodes a season? I like a challenge. It got me thinking—I love watching shows for hours on end, old and new, so here’s a much deliberated list of the best things I couldn’t stop watching last year.
I really wanted to put together a concluding list of the year — films I loved, films I’m glad to have seen, to express some sort of an opinion of my own before the Academy gives their awards. I only chose categories where I had shortlist and where I was more confident in. Runner-ups are in brackets and films and I haven’t seen Captain Phillips, August: Osage County, Nebraska, Mud, Rush or Stoker, so none of them made the cut. Let me know what you think!!
Posted in 2013, favourites of the year, film
Tagged 12 Years a Slave, About Time, Adèle Exarchopoulos, alfonso cuaron, Blue is the Warmest Colour, Blue Jasmine, Cate Blanchett, Dallas Buyers Club, Frances Ha, Her, Jared Leto, Jonah Hill, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY, Sarah Paulson, SCARLETT JOHANSSON, Spike Jonze, The Money Chant, The Wolf of Wall Street, This is the End