David Lynch's Mulholland Drive earned some more love as the best film of the decade (2000-2009) this week as Film Comment published the results of a poll of critics, film enthusiasts and filmmakers the world over. This choice matches the results of the recent IndieWire poll, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the French film magazine Cahiers du Cinema. Lynch's film was released in 2001 and received a single Oscar nomination, for Best Director. Lynch lost to Ron Howard, whose A Beautiful Mind, incidentally, has not turned up anywhere on any of these polls.