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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
83% The Rookie (2002) It shows us that things may not be like they used to, but we can still enjoy the celebration of things past. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
83% The Bourne Identity (2002) The result is an intriguingly paced thriller that knows how to milk some excitement out of smaller scenes. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
82% Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) The second film to spring forth from J.K. Rowling's popular series of children's books goes a long way towards amping up the dramatic tension promised by the source material. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
69% Treasure Planet (2002) There is almost no coherence to the plot points, leaving another technically sound but disposable product that awaits its straight-to-video sequel. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
53% Blood Work (2002) The talent just isn't there to raise the level of this film past television drama. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
75% A Beautiful Mind (2001) A tedious exercise in manipulation that once again proves Hollywood is short of vision. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Feb 1, 2004
70% Confidence (2003) Garcia, who plays the least glamorous role of his life, does the best job of thieving each scene he's in. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jan 19, 2004
23% Bad Boys II (2003) The action is literally breathtaking . . . the interested viewer should check their brain at the door. Bad Boys II has nary an intelligent thought or realistic attitude about anything. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jul 17, 2003
97% Capturing the Friedmans (2003) . . .a powerful and disturbing work. . .The immediacy of this film makes it truly a modern documentary. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jul 12, 2003
21% Empire (2002) . . .this movie has a glossy coat of action movie excess while remaining heartless at its core. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 12, 2003
39% The Singing Detective (2003) While great brilliance was invested in The Singing Detective, it's stumbling at the finish line harms the overall success of the film. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 10, 2003
68% Laurel Canyon (2003) From the choice of L.A.'s musical bohemia to finding the right tension in each scene, director Lisa Cholodenko has hit another home run. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 4, 2003
57% Irréversible (2002) While this movie does not encourage repeat viewing, those film fans who can steel their emotions will experience a singular film that will be nearly impossible to forget no matter how hard they try. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 4, 2003
31% Head of State (2003) . . .no one has talked about prosecuting Chris Rock for his torture of a captive movie audience with his new film Head of State. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 4, 2003
99% Finding Nemo (2003) The junior set will most definitely enjoy the jokes and the yarn, but it will be the adults who learn the biggest lessons this time around. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jun 4, 2003
11% A Man Apart (2003) A Man Apart crumbles too easily and all that remains is emptiness. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted May 30, 2003
35% Levity (2003) While this would have made an incredible 45-minute short, the film tries to cover too much territory, being diverted by its subplots. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted May 30, 2003
91% The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) What could have been a monumental failure has become one of the greatest examples of how to bring a classic book to the screen. ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted May 28, 2003