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2013 Top Ten Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theatre

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1. Silver Linings Playbook (David O. Russell, United States)*

2. Blue Jasmine (Woody Allen, United States)

3. 12 Years a Slave (Steve McQueen; United States, United Kingdom)

4. Quartet (Dustin Hoffman, United Kingdom)

5. Enough Said (Nicole Holofcener, United States)

6. 20 Feet from Stardom (Morgan Neville, United States)

7. Mud (Jeff Nichols, United States)

8. Dallas Buyers Club (Jean-Marc Vallée, United States)

9. Amour (Michael Haneke; France, Germany, Austria)

10. Fruitvale Station (Ryan Coogler, United States)

*Though Silver Linings Playbook was released in 2012, its run was long and lucrative enough in 2013 to make it the year’s highest-grossing film.

Issue 51: City Paper's 2013 Top Ten Lists

Top Ten News Stories | Top Ten Films
Top Ten Home Videos and Streaming | Top Ten Highest-Grossing Films at the Charles Theatre
Top Ten Fiction | Top Ten Non-fiction
Top Ten Sellers at Atomic Books | Top Ten Sellers at The Ivy Bookshop
Top Ten Albums | Top Ten Local Albums
Top Ten Indie-Rock Releases | Top Ten Local Indie-Rock Releases
Top Ten Hip-Hop Albums | Top Ten Local Hip-Hop Albums
Top Ten Dance Tracks | Top Ten Baltimore Club Tracks
Top Ten Jazz Albums | Top Ten Local Jazz Albums
Top Ten Heavy Albums | Top Ten Local Heavy Albums
Top Ten Experimental and Avant-Garde Albums | Top Ten local Experimental and Avant-Garde Albums
Top Ten Folk and Country Releases | Top Ten Local Folk and Country Releases
Top Ten Stage | Top Ten Art Shows | Top Ten New Restaurants

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