2013 in Film 

Boyd picks Nebraska; Grimm picks Wolf of Wall Street as the year's best film

COLIN BOYD'S BEST OF 2013 It was a year of socially conscious movies (and superheroes and Katnisses). And while a heavy tone definitely hung in the air, even the most unrelenting of the films on this list is approachable and addictively watchable…

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