I enjoy the "best of" lists we get at the end of every year; it's a great time to recharge my DVD queue, at the least. 2009 is several months into the past by now, but at least we're past the "Hurt Locker" v. "Avatar" awards chatter: The Academy Awards were last weekend, but the Pulitzer Prizes for 2010 are coming up (April 12).
LEO's December 30,2009 issue had some top five lists for film and music. Time had a list of lists, as did Nerve, but those are nothing to compare with the exhaustive Lists: 2009 and the recap.
There's also the best cycling blogs of 2009 and even more "best movie" lists of 2009 and the 2000s.