This week, host Craig Lyndall and Sam Allard discuss some of the year's most critically acclaimed films as Sam labors to complete his annual Top 10 list for next week's issue. They also weigh in on the 10 biggest box-office hits of the year and highlight some of the limited-release indie flicks you may have missed. Before long, they slip into grandiosity, opining on the direction of the film industry at large and what 2013 says about the state of cinema.
In one unmissable anecdotal moment, Craig submits Christopher Nolan's 2009 film "Inception" as one of the greatest movies he's ever seen and Sam goes quietly off the handle.
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