Not a lot of surprises on the WGA's new list of their picks for the 101 (emphatic about getting Notorious on there it appears) Greatest Screenplays.
I am proud to say that I've actually read all of the top 10 scripts over the years (my copy of Chinatown is replete with coffee stains, other unidentified stains and lots of dog-eared pages), and if you haven't, consider this a nudge to do so--or to read any of the ones on this list.
While there are of course many other outstanding scripts over the years that may deserve a spot here, too, it's hard for me to argue against any of these. Perhaps a bit more representation of Japan's cinema might have been nice? But overall, pretty outstanding group from top to bottom.