As the end of each year draws to a close, the news media publishes their Top 10 lists of the most important, most newsworthy, the most beautiful, the best movies.... The lists go on and on. While they are mildly interesting and usually remind me of events and people I’ve already forgotten, most of the things on these lists don’t matter a whit in the grand scheme of things.
Each year since 2003, Merriam-Webster has listed the Words of the Year mostly based on the frequency that each word was looked up that year.Some years the "words of the year" have been relevant to Calculated Risk, as an example, in ... Read Post
We've been running a handful of "top 10 lists" at the end of each year since we launched this site back in 1998, but with so many employees on staff nowadays, the lack of "real movie news" over the last two weeks of each year and th... Read Post
It’s that time of year when people line up outside of department stores to maul each other while the poor bastards working in retail wish they were home with their families. Tis the season for Black motherfucking Friday. My biggest ... Read Post