Gummy Awards

Best Movie

The Dark Knight was so good, it’s weird that no one blogged it about and it didn’t make any money. Somehow it topped our readers’ list of the best films of the year … by a lot. In second place was WALL-E, the heartwarming tale of a trash robot and his iPod. That was also pretty underground, maybe you can find it on Netflix. Art house flicks Slumdog Millionaire (#7) and Rachel Getting Married (#10) aren’t in wide release yet, but those of you who saw them really loved them. Especially Lindsay. Apatow Gang production Forgetting Sarah Marshall also fared well, which is what you’d expect from readers of The Internet’s #1 Source For Grainy Pictures Of The Crotch Area Of The Thespian Known As Jason Segel™ (NSFW). Finally, Twilight scored negative votes — we don’t even know how that’s possible.

Rachel Getting Married

10

Rachel Getting Married


Milk

09

Milk


Forgetting Sarah Marshall

08

Forgetting Sarah Marshall


Slumdog Millionaire

07

Slumdog Millionaire


Synecdoche, New York

06

Synecdoche, New York


Iron Man

05

Iron Man


Pineapple Express

04

Pineapple Express


Burn After Reading

03

Burn After Reading


Wall-E

02

Wall-E


The Dark Knight

01

The Dark Knight