Esteemed film critic Roger Ebert wrote today, in the Chicago Sun-Times, that the best film ever made was "The Legend of Baggar Vance," an early-2000s era Will Smith vehicle concerning a mystical golf caddy.
Wrote Ebert, "There's just something truly invigorating about watching this film--the cinematography, the dialogue, the pacing, the stellar performances: Everything is so totally spot-on. You feel like you're really there, living the moment."
According to Ebert, the second best film ever made was "Wall Street." "Tuck Everlasting" and "The Untouchables" tied at three.