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However, the audience score for Metacritic and IMDb score (which is based only on audience reviews), are out of a maximum score of 10.
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The year was particularly notable for a number of low budget and independent horror films, such as In Fear, Devil's Pass, Dementamania and Stalled.
Directors: Jeremy Degruson, Ben Stassen Cast: Cinda Adams, George Babbit, Murray Blue, Kathleen Browers, Joey Camen, Grant George, Shanelle Workman, Nina Grillo, Kyle Hebert, Goldie Jonsie, Kendra Leif, Joe Ochman, Millie Mup, Will Parks, Sage Sommer, Michael Sorich, Doug Stone, Joseph W.
Based on critical reviews alone, therefore, 2013 can be considered a good year for British cinema, with 12 Years a Slave, Gravity and Philomena especially going on to receive multiple nominations and wins at the subsequent awards season.
Also included is an overview of the major events in British film, including film festivals and awards ceremonies, as well as lists of those films that were particularly well received, both critically and financially.
Listed here are the top ten best and worst British films of those released in 2013, and listed above as major releases, as per the three review aggregator websites Rotten Tomatoes, Metacritic and the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
Both the critical and audience scores for Rotten Tomatoes are out of a maximum score of 100, as is the critical score for Metacritic.
Banks, Stoker, The Bling Ring, The Christmas Candle, The Counsellor, The East, The Numbers Station, The Wolverine, The World's End, The Zero Theorem, Third Person, Trance, Under the Skin, Vinyl, Walking with Dinosaurs, Welcome to the Jungle, Welcome to the Punch Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa, Diana, I Give It a Year, Ida, Inside Llewyn Davis, Le Week-End, Mindscape, Nymphomaniac: Vol. II, Only Lovers Left Alive, Philomena, The Bling Ring, The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared, The Love Punch, The Zero Theorem, Third Person, Trance Listed here are the highest grossing British films of 2013, with their total earnings listed in British pound sterling.
It includes films released in previous years that made money in 2013, particularly those that had minor releases in 2012 but their main releases in 2013.
Carl Barât nasce a Basingstoke e cresce nel vicino paese Whitchurch.