50 Best Movies of 2009
With the Academy Awards just behind us, perhaps it's time to review and queue praised films of 2009. Not sure what movies were released in 2009? Moviefone released the 50 Best Movies of 2009 this past December. Not all movies listed are available on DVD yet, but here are a few personal favorites:
- (500) Days of Summer
- Coraline is adapted from Neil Gaiman's novel and was also adapted into a graphic novel, which I highly recommend as well.
- I Love You, Man is a light "bro-mantic" comedy featuring Paul Rudd and John Segel, two great actors that represent the new generation of comedic films.
- Julie & Julia will surely make you hungry as you watch Meryl Streep and Amy Adams cook up a storm. Don't worry; we also own Julia Child cookbooks as well as Julie Powell's novel on which the movie is based.
- Where the Wild Things Are. The film is a tad on the dark side but definitely a great movie to see for a trip down memory lane. The soundtrack is equally awesome as it features Karen O. from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
For the full list of best movies, visit here. Is there a movie you particularly liked? Are there a few you have on your to-watch list?