New Yorker Editor Chooses His Best Movies of the Decade


The New Yorker's Richard Brody (who, it should be noted, has one of the decade's best beards) put out his list of the decade's best movies yesterday. It's full of esoteric and foreign films, pretty much the exact thing you'd expect from The New Yorker's film listings editor. But a few selections stand out: The Darjeeling Limited at No. 2 (Brody wrote a flattering profile of Wes Anderson last month) and Knocked Up at No. 8 (he wrote a sappy love letter to Jonah Hill last night). [NYer]