Best Film of 2009 – TSR Movie Awards

Sure, there were some bumps in the road. That can happen from time to time.

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The Results of the 8th Annual Movie Awards

BEST FILM OF 2009

8.77 INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS
8.73 THE HURT LOCKER
8.50 UP
8.20 UP IN THE AIR
8.13 FANTASTIC MR. FOX
8.05 STAR TREK
8.03 A SERIOUS MAN
7.71 (500) DAYS OF SUMMER
7.65 A SINGLE MAN
7.58 AN EDUCATION
7.54 THE MESSENGER
7.44 PRECIOUS
7.33 THE HANGOVER
7.16 AWAY WE GO
7.06 WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE
6.98 THE BLIND SIDE
6.69 AVATAR
6.44 PUBLIC ENEMIES
5.75 FUNNY PEOPLE

Final Thoughts: Sigh. The good kind, not the disappointed kind. All is right in the world. Inglourious Basterds beats The Hurt Locker to claim the best movie of 2009 in the TSR Movie Awards. The Blind Side and Avatar are near the bottom, but I had no idea how much dislike there was for Public Enemies. It was in my top 10 of the year. It was a strong year for animation as two of the top five films came from that world. My favorite blockbuster, Star Trek, finished a six, which isn’t bad at all considering where that franchise was before J.J. Abrams came along breathed life into the sci-fi series. The score of 8.77 by Basterds isn’t the strongest, but it, along with Hurt Locker will have a chance to compete in the “8 years of TSR Awards: Deciding the Best of the (almost) Decade” later this summer. Though, I might have to work on that title.

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1 Comment

  1. Mark says:

    For once, the Academy got it right. THE HURT LOCKER truly was the best film of the year, with UP IN THE AIR a close second. INGLORIOUS BASTERDS I would put in third or fourth, but the best of the year, I think not.

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