Authors

Maclean's Magazine

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 43%

Luck (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

2 90%

Mean Creek (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

3 64%

Coffee and Cigarettes (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

4 94%

The Triplets of Belleville (2003)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

5 26%

The Stepford Wives (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

6 93%

Super Size Me (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

7 75%

Dawn of the Dead (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

8 84%

Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

9 93%

Riding Giants (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

10 49%

Alfie (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

11 93%

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)

"Hollywood's most adventurous architect of mental space takes us on another head trip."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

12 15%

Head in the Clouds (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

13 70%

Dogville (2003)

"Almost three hours long, Dogville is a trial. But it's brilliant ..."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

14 83%

Finding Neverland (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

15 0%

National Lampoon's Going the Distance (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

16 96%

Osama (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

17 82%

Monster (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

18 36%

Touch of Pink (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

19 44%

The Blue Butterfly (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

20 49%

A Home at the End of the World (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

21 44%

The Republic of Love (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

22 86%

Zatôichi (The Blind Swordsman: Zatoichi) (2003)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

23 57%

Love, Sex & Eating the Bones (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

24 59%

Go Further (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

25 55%

Undertow (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

26 68%

La grande séduction (Seducing Doctor Lewis) (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

27 97%

The Incredibles (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

28 93%

Touching the Void (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

29 72%

Girl With a Pearl Earring (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

30 78%

The Saddest Music in the World (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

31 39%

Birth (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

32 56%

The Polar Express (2013)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

33 90%

Kinsey (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

34 72%

Open Water (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

35 61%

The Terminal (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

36 95%

Before Sunset (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

37 58%

I, Robot (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

38 81%

Ray (2004)

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

39 94%

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

"It's one of those rare sequels that's more satisfying than the original. The first movie had to spin the premise; the second gets to fly with it."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

40 86%

The Snow Walker (2003)

"Arctic authenticity makes up for the false notes."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

41 32%

King Arthur (2004)

"A Guinevere, and an Arthur myth, for our times, if not for the ages."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian Bethune

42 81%

The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

"Like the first film, Supremacy belongs to Damon. And he doesn't disappoint -- maintaining a level of intensity that would impress even the coldest of trained killers."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

John Intini

43 61%

The Dreamers (2004)

"The Dreamers is a richly imagined, boldly acted ode to the delirium of a generation that didn't know it was dreaming."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

44 49%

The Passion of the Christ (2004)

"To give Gibson credit, with The Passion he's passionately striving for art, trying to paint the modern equivalent of a Caravaggio canvas on an actor's body. But in a world engulfed by holy war, it's one scary picture."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

45 96%

Festival Express (2003)

"It's touching to see rock stars in such a raw, uncommercial state. And the film, shot on rich-grained 16 mm, has none of the hyper, fast-cutting style of contemporary concert videos."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

46 55%

The Ladykillers (2004)

"Increasingly, the Coens seem more intent on amusing themselves than the audience. And while they deliver some laughs, it feels like a smug exercise in showing off everything but heart."

Posted Nov 20, 2004

Brian D. Johnson

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