This will (or should) go down in history as the Citizen Kane of the 21st century. I like the Coen brothers as much as the next guy, but Anderson should've won the Oscar for the best director. With this film, he would've earned it. Thank god the Academy wasn't completely blind and they recognised the great talent of Daniel Day-Lewis. This film is as close to the works of great Stanley Kubrick as any director has ever gotten and stands the comparison between any of his films. The Master would have been proud.
The Best of the Noughties. Though this list is very much a W.I.P. (work in progress). There's way too many European and Asian films that I haven't seen and major directors whose works are still completely unknown to me (including Béla Tarr, Wong Kar-wai, Kim Ki-duk, Guy Maddin and others).
But fuck it. This is the current top-50 of some sorts. Though I can almost guarantee there's going to be serious changes in the future. Some of the films might be replaced and order of the films might change (though top-10 is pretty solid). But for now it's gonna stay untouched as I'm planning on taking part in listing project that's going on.