Mini ravioli will have to step up its game in 2011 if it hopes to make the list.
It’s got action, it’s got laughs, it’s got great art.
A wonderful book about teenage angst and not fitting in.
These little jewels buoyed me all the way to New Year’s Eve.
A solid month of top-tier football, including some breathtaking last-minute goals by the United States and a title for the fully deserving Spain.
Jennifer Lawrence | Winter’s Bone
1. The Walking Dead (AMC/Anchor Bay Entertainment)
There’s a danger in getting too close to your material, particularly when making a film about a con man.
1. Winter’s Bone (Roadside Attractions, R)
The best movie of 2010 is 33 years old.