Get a shovel.

December 1, 2009 at 7:09 pm Leave a comment

This lede wasn’t buried: it was shoveled so far down it practically hit China.

Best of the Decade

It’s been an unusual decade; I spent much of it hunched over spiral notebooks and laptop computers in libraries and cafés and at kitchen tables here and in France while writing a book (remind me to mention the bathroom, in a house in Normandy, that I rigged out as a nocturnal study), and didn’t maintain my usual diet of cinephilic delights. Which is why, though few who issue their best-of-decade lists can claim to have seen all releases, many have likely seen more than I have this time around, so I’ll put an asterisk to the adjective above and note: the twenty-six best movies I’ve seen (and will resist the temptation to issue a separate list of the best films I haven’t seen). The top ten are in order; the remaining sixteen are grouped according to incidental connections.

Read more: http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/movies/2009/11/best-films-of-the-decade.html

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