The Best of the Decade
Paul Thomas Anderson's magnum opus, a scathing look at extremism in America and the evils of greed and profiteering from religion. It also features the best performance of the decade with Daniel Day-Lewis as oil-man Daniel Plainview.
A beautiful tale that entrances all ages, Up managed to captivate children and tell a tale that adults cherish as well.
Maybe just a comic book film, but it is the best comic book film. Christopher Nolan did to superheroes what Clint Eastwood did for Westerns in Unforgiven.
To quote Roger Ebert on the genius of this film, "the insight of Eternal Sunshine is that, at the end of the day, our memories are all we really have, and when they're gone, we're gone."