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I believe it was the Counting Crows who first crooned about it being a “long December.” And sure, that song was released in the mid-90s and the following is all about the aughts, but you get the sentiment. Over the course of the next month, we here at Film School Rejects will be closing the year of 2009 and the decade of the ’00s with a few very special features.

Over the next two weeks, we will be unleashing our own version of the “Best of the Decade,” recapping the best and worst films, performances and memes from the decade that was. So get your opinions ready (we know you’ve got ‘em) and prepare yourself to join the discussion on the following topics over the next 14 days.

  • Best Films of the Decade
  • Worst Films of the Decade
  • Defining Performances of the Decade
  • Best Foreign Films of the Decade
  • Best Horror Films of the Decade
  • Best Guilty Pleasures of the Decade
  • …and much, much more.

Our regular columnists (including Culture Warrior Landon Palmer) will be chiming in with their takes on the past 10 years of film in their own special ways. We’ve got all of our best minds working hard, scouring the lists of reviews and releases, preparing the most thorough coverage possible. So stay tuned as we lay down the definitive Decade in Review, right here on FSR.


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