'Mulholland Dr.' best film of the decade?

muholldrivestill.jpgI thought I liked Mulholland Dr. as much as the next guy, and probably more than most. But I'm surprised the David Lynch film tops a survey of the best of the 2000's. The voters in this case are film critics contacted by the LA Weekly or Village Voice Media. The result is a quirk of methodology — only ten critics voted for the film at all — but the rest of the votes were so spread around that "Mulholland Dr." wins.

In any case, it's a nice excuse to return to Club Silencio with Betty, Diane and Rita for Rebekah Del Rio's Llorando:

After the jump, the original.

Ladies and gentlemen, Roy Orbison:

Man. Spanish or English, take your pick.

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