Misty watercolor memories:
2008 is nearly over, but before we here at Vulture break for the holidays (we'll be back Monday!), we'd like to take this opportunity to reflect on another banner year for our blog. In these past twelve months, we've celebrated
victories, mourned defeats, made some new friends, and caught up with some old ones. America may have picked the wrong Idol and saved , and the world may be hurtling toward total economic meltdown — but, hey, at least our traffic's up! After the jump, we count down some of your favorite Vulture posts and ours. Thanks for the great year, everybody! Cavemen
Your 10 favorite (i.e., most-trafficked) 2008 Vulture posts:
Vulture's Complete Field Guide to the Facial Expressions of Keanu Reeves
28 Reasons That Twilight the Movie Is Better Than Twilight the Book
Have the American Idol Producers Turned Against David Archuleta?
Due to Hilarious Printing Error, Latest Batman Comic Includes F-Words, C-Words
Tina Fey, ‘W.,’ and the Ten Funniest Political Impressions of All Time
Mad Men:The Don Draper Likability Index
Ten Liberal Movies So Lame They Make Even Democrats Want to Vote Republican
Nick and Norah and the Best One Crazy Night Movies of All Time
Cloverfield Monster Revealed!
Screech Writes Saved by the Bell Tell-all
Our 10 favorite 2008 Vulture posts:
The ‘Cavemen’ Crusade Continues: We Send Hair to ABC!
Vulture Is Officially in Mourning
What to Expect From the Upcoming Vampire Weekend Backlash
Vulture Exclusive! Brett Ratner’s Script for ‘Beverly Hills Cop 4’ Revealed!
Who's Snooty Enough to Replace Philippe de Montebello?
Why Was Vulture's Cover-Story Idea Rejected?
The Aaron Sorkin Facebook Movie: A Facebook History
Ask Vulture: Should You Watch the Grammy Awards?
Know Your Jonas Brothers Overlords
Cool Coots and Sexy Sexagenarians: Vulture’s Favorite Daffy Old People
Can ‘Australia’ Finally Convince Moviegoers That Hugh Jackman Isn’t Gay?
Six Great Underdog Movies John McCain Should Probably Watch
Which of This Fall’s Oscar-Baiting Holocaust Movies Is Right for You?
‘American Idol’: The ‘Phantom’ Menace
Lou Reed Wants to Talk About His New Radio Show, Does Not Want to Talk About Money
Vulture Handicaps CBS’ ‘Greatest American Dog’
How Dirty Is That Auden Poem That Was Too Dirty for the ‘Times Book Review’?
Early Review of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘The Happening’ Suggests Scariest Film Villain of All Time
When Should You Take Your Bathroom Breaks During ‘Che’?
‘The Wire’ Finale’s Montage: A Shot-by-Shot Commentary
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