Going far by going nowhere

I made a big decision today. But I can't write about it. I'll just say, I'm glad to have made it and my mind is much more at peace now.
Just went to see You Can Count On Me starring Laura Linney, Macauley Culkin's little brother, who looks like Macauley, and Mark Ruffalo. Matthew Broderick has a small part. I really enjoyed it. I love films that are quiet, and films that don't always answer questions for me, and this was both of them. I recently attended a screening of Traffic, the new Steven Soderbergh film, which was also very good. Benicio Del Toro is the coolest cat around. It has been a pretty slow year for movies. Most weeks nothing interesting came out. But these two, I must say, were worthwhile.
Ebert just revealed his top 10 films of 2000, and both of those films were on it.
"Almost Famous"
"Wonder Boys"
"You Can Count on Me"
"George Washington"
"The Cell"
"High Fidelity"
"Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon"
"Requiem for a Dream"
How frustrating that I haven't seen Crouching Tiger yet. I can't remember wanting to see a film more. I may just have to fly to LA this week to see it. I might go crazy. I did not think "The Cell" was that good.
I always have such a hard time remembering which films came out during the calendar year. I guess if I had to generate a top 10 list of films this year, it might include (in no particular order)
--Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (I haven't seen it yet, but I know I'll love it)
--The Contender
--Almost Famous
--Wonder Boys
--You Can Count On Me
--High Fidelity
Man, I can't think of any more. It's too late, and my mind has turned stale.