Imagine the best cop movie you've ever seen. Now imagine that it's 60 hours long. There you have it. This is some of the best television I've ever seen.
I wish I'd had the opportunity to introduce my grandfather to Larry David's brand of painful, hilarious, crotchety humor. I wonder how much of himself he would have seen in it.
Because I not-so-secretly love reality dating shows. Also because 'Every Rose Has Its Thorn' is a killer monster ballad.
I have always wanted to be on Jeopardy! and someday, I will.
Can you name any other show that has been on for 20 years and is still this funny?
Brilliant writing, brilliant acting, and pulls off the rare feat of getting better each time you watch it.
Pete Postlethwait and Daniel Day-Lewis are amazing.
My 8th grade history teacher made the class watch Groundhog Day to teach us about learning from our mistakes. Every time I revisit it, I remember how sweet a movie it is.
Quite possibly the greatest romantic comedy ever made.
So many great scenes and actors in this film.
Because I love cheese, claymation, British humor, and dogs riding in motorcycle sidecars.
There is pretty much nothing about this action movie that is not incredible: trading faces, characters named Castor and Pollux, lines like "It's like looking in a mirror...yet not." John Woo FTW.
Gene Wilder would beat Johnny Depp in a candyman throwdown any day of the week.
Quentin Tarantino's simplest, least-appreciated movie, based on Elmore Leonard's novel "Rum Punch."
Elmore Leonard, who wrote the original novel, is one of our best crime and dialogue writers. Also wrote the book that Jackie Brown is based on.
The consummate self-reference joke. Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufmann at their best.
The best film adaptation of a novel ever? Even the sound editing in this film is incredible.
There are more incredible lines in this movie than anyone can count.
Incredibly underappreciated Steven Soderbergh movie. The story and film editing go perfectly hand-in-hand.
He made love like an eagle falling out of the sky / Killed his sensei in a duel and he never said why.
I so wish this were actually a movie.
The best kind of storytelling: funny, heartwarming, and rambling in search of a fundamental truth.
The best song of 2010. Hands down.