Over the past week or so, we here at Collider have been inundating you with year-end lists. In addition to personal Top 10s from me, Matt, and Dave, we’ve also run down 2013’s best trailers, posters, movie moments, new TV series, returning TV series, and much more. Now filmmaker Edgar Wright has chimed in with his own personal “Top 20” of 2013. The director is plenty busy at the moment prepping to direct Marvel’s Ant-Man (starring Paul Rudd, no less), but he graciously took some time to run down a varied list of films that includes Gravity, Inside Llewyn Davis, Pacific Rim, and Steven Soderbergh’s Behind the Candelabra. Hit the jump to take a look at the full batch.
Wright shared the following “Top 20” list of films on his personal blog, noting that there are still a number of films that he has yet to see. The following reflect movies that Wright “thoroughly enjoyed, was moved, or completely dazzled by”:
The Wolf Of Wall Street
Behind The Candelabra (A cinema release in the UK)
Inside Llewyn Davis
Short Term 12
The Spectacular Now
12 Years A Slave
Iron Man 3
The Bling Ring
Ain’t Them Bodies Saints
Wright also noted the future cult status of The Counselor and Stoker, and added the few documentaries that he did see and enjoy include The Stone Roses: Made of Stone, 20 Feet from Stardom, and Sound City.