Ebert’s Best 10 Movies of 2005

Ebert’s Best 10 Movies of 2005. Good grief, I haven’t seen ANY of these.

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  1. Hmm, don’t get out much, eh?

  2. Not when the bloody movies cost $15 a ticket… *grumble*

  3. and most of them have yet to open in Sydney.

  4. Crash was awful. Predicatable, preachy overly-furrowed [brow] tripe. Don’t know about the other nine, but I have to strongly object to that one. Which is too bad, because Matt Dillon is either aging well or has a great surgeon.

  5. me and you and everyone you know sucked it hard. the only saving garce in that waste of 90 minutes was the little kid. he was awesome!

  6. Bless you, brigita–I’ve been afraid to admit that I was WAY unimpressed with Crash. It was way too pleased with itself, don’t you think? Not sure what Ebert is thinking there…

  7. Sounds like I didn’t miss much this year! Still, it would’ve been nice to at least have the chance to gripe about RENT’s omission…

  8. My reaction to Crash was “Yeah, racism is bad and still exists. Don’t you have anything new and revelatory to say on the subject?” More on that and my similar don’t-believe-the-hype disappointment when I saw Mystic River over here in the comments.

  9. I really enjoyed Crash. It was a movie that didn’t glamorize or gloss over racism, and it pretty much showed that whites and non whites, tend to discriminate against each other. It was really well written, I just remember it flooring me. ::shrugs::

    Loved King Kong too, but I think I’d rank “Good Night and Good Luck” higher.

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