Top 13 Movie Moments of 2013: The Year on the Big Screen!

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Goodbye 2012! We hardly knew ya. As the calendar switches from 2012 to 2013, Movie Fanatic recently looked back at the Top 10 Movies of 2012, and now we look forward. 2013 will feature the highly anticipated return of Superman in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel. It also gives us the world of Tony Stark, version 3.0, as Iron Man 3 seeks to capitalize on the success of The Avengers -- which ruled the 2012 box office.

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No mention of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire at all?? Seriously??!

@ Nick1372

@Nick1372 it's mentioned in the "honorable mentions"

@ Nick1372

@Nick1372 it's mentioned in the "honorable mentions"