Well, 2013 is behind us and what a year it was. A crack smoking mayor who expressed his love for cunnilingus, a failed Obamacare website and let's not forget Khloe Kardashian's divorce! ...sigh, we needed movies to help get us through this crap and there were indeed some great ones to catch this year. So let's take a look now at the top 10 movies as voted by you guys here at GR! #10 Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Brick! You're not dead! Kicking off this list is the sequel to one of the most quotable movies of our generation. There was a lot of hype behind this movie and while it may not be better than the original, you can still count on Champ, Brian Fantana, Ron Burgundy and lovable Brick to bring the laughs. Truly a great film that reminds us all to stay classy. #9 The Wolverine Hugh Jackman is back and he is jacked! It's no secret that Wolverine has become more and more disappointing. The X-Men movies might as well of been called Wolverine + Friends, and then if that wasn't enough Wolverine, he got his own Origins movie which was a disaster. Luckily though the film Gods have listened to us bitching and we got First Class which was a huge improvement. And now we have The Wolverine which is above and Beyond Origins. Some might argue that Origins was so bad that anything could top it but the truth is The Wolverine was a great action flick that has us all hyped for Days of Future Past coming out this year!! #8 Iron Man 3 How do you top the epic success of 2012's The Avengers? You don't... Iron Man 3 isn't trying to be anymore than it needs to be, and that's what makes it work. The film feels more like the aftermath of The Avengers, as the every-charming Tony Stark reels us in with his eccentric personality. This is Robert Downy Jr's 4th time as Iron Man and it doesn't feel old. Much like another movie on this list, Disney shows us The Avengers franchise is still alive and kicking, and it feels oh so good. #7 Now You See Me Ok, ya got me. I haven't seen this one. I saw Jesse Eisenberg and I thought I'd seen this, but I was thinking of Why Stop Now, and that's a good movie too so check it out. But as for Now You See Me, let's take a look at what Rotten Tomatoes has to say about it? Damn... Well, what the hell do they know? This is GR, not RT. #6 Star Trek Into Darkness KHAAAAAAAAAN! What's that? A reboot of a classic film that isn't horrible? Yup, J.J. Abrams loves himself some Star Trek. Even back when he was "that guy who created LOST" he loved to write in the good old redshirts who would get killed when there needed to be more tension on the show. Star Trek Into Darkness continues this "alternate universe" (nice way of saying it's a reboot) where Captain Kirk and his team on the Enterprise encounter one of the most deadliest foes in the original Stark Trek universe...'s? It just goes to show that when a director has enough love and passion for a series, he can recreate something the fans will love. #5 Pacific Rim This movie knew exactly what it was supposed to be and delivered. Giant, fucking, mech-robot-things battling giant, fucking, crazy-monster-things. Epic. #4 The World's End I had heard there was a movie in Europe called The World's End and it was one of the funniest movies of the year. Stupid me thought they were talking about This is The End with a different title. Sometimes other countries do that and it's confusing but I just go with it. But no! This is a different movie and it is absolutely hilarious. Simon Pegg and Nick Frost return in this Edgar Wright Apocalyptic tale of men who refuse to grow up. It's heartfelt, sad, silly and an all around great film. Wright is a brilliant director and I raise my pint to him! #3 Thor: The Dark World Thor: The Dark World, or, as the poster says, Un Mundo Oscuro, hits us with a hammer of pure popcorn-spectacle. It raises the stakes and surpasses its predecessor with action, humor and romance. It has everything you'd expect from this franchise and this Superhero in general. And while Thor is a badass, we really do need a Loki movie, amirite? #2 Gravity One of the most intense and harrowing tales of survival and my personal favorite of the year. Gravity follows Sandra Bullock and George Clooney as they try to survive overwhelming odds against a terrible catastrophe. Directed by Alfonso CuarÃ³n, a master at the one-shot (if you haven't seen Children of Men yet, you need to!), he is able to capture an entire action scene where the camera never cuts. Even if it is not actually one take and simply made to look that way, he understands how much this style can really immerse you into the experience, as if something out of a video game. With great effects, an impressive performance from Bullock, and an ominous score, Gravity sucked us all in for this thrill ride. #1 Man of Steel It's a bird! It's a plane! It's....OMG IT'S A BUILDING COLLAPSING! At #1 comes the greatest Superhero of them all; The Man of Steel. Co-written by Christopher Nolan and Directed by Zack Snyder, we're re-introduced to Superman in this new, gritty take on Earth's symbol of Hope. It's a refreshing reboot and what fans were expecting back in 2006 with the disappointing Superman Returns. Man of Steel is darker, mature, and action-packed. It's everything you want in a Superman movie. And now that it's strongly hinted there will be a Justice League franchise with Batman in Man of Steel 2, DC comic fans everywhere can scream cries of joy in all their fanboy glory! Thanks Snyder for making us believe in the Supes again! Agree with the list? Which movies do you think should've made the cut? Happy 2014 everyone, may we get another 10 amazing must-see films this year.