the list #100-76, #75-51, #50-31, #30-16 and #15-1.
Awards for 2009 begin tomorrow or thereabouts.
Let's wrap this sucker up!
I had really intended to rewatch the top ten (why not?) before I ventured into the mental hospital. Trust me, that's where I've been heading as I've tried to rank the movies I love more than people (kidding! sort of) but who has the time? The 10th Annual FiLM BiTCH Awards begin tomorrow so I have to get a move on to wrap up the 2009 film year. It's possible I'll revisit this rundown at some point for a special project but who knows. These rankings are Not final. God... I'm not ready for the straightjacket yet. I need my hands free so I can talk.
What follows is more like tiers. The numbers function as mere placeholders.
Tier 3You could group them with #16-20... It doesn't mean
I don't worship them. »
- NATHANIEL R
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