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Mr. Showbiz

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
K-PAX (2001)
2
3
Donnie Darko (2001)
4
On the Line (2001)
5
6
7
Dinner Rush (2001)
8
Bones (2001)
9
4/5
Aberdeen (2001)
10
2/5
11
3/5
From Hell (2001)
12
13
Intimacy (2001)
14
Waking Life (2001)
15
Focus (2001)
16
17
2/5
Fat Girl (2001)
18
1/5
19
Bandits (2001)
20
Corky Romano (2001)
21
22
Va Savoir (2001)
23
24
3/5
Burnt Money (2001)
25
3/5
Extreme Days (2001)
26
27
Training Day (2001)
28
2/5
29
4/5
Serendipity (2001)
30
Joy Ride (2001)
31
32
33
Zoolander (2001)
34
The actors are good enough to make it all work.
Posted Sep 27, 2001
35
4/5
Go Tigers! (2001)
36
Glitter (2001)
Only diehard Mariah fans, 11-year-old girls, or anyone truly desperate to escape last week's terror might find some reason to sit through this bland, bloated, self-addressed valentine.
Posted Sep 20, 2001
37
Liam (2001)
38
2/5
Badly employing all kinds of tricks ... [Lustig] ultimately overpowers her actors and does in her own film.
Posted Sep 17, 2001
39
2/5
Vengo (2001)
Both an ode to the passion of Spanish flamenco dancing and a polemic about the transitory state of the gypsy people it sprang from, Vengo doesn't succeed as either.
Posted Sep 17, 2001
40
1/5
Soulless, spookless sludge.
Posted Sep 14, 2001
41
A stinky wedge of domestic thriller cheese.
Posted Sep 13, 2001
42
As amusing and sharply performed as it is, Lisa Picard quickly grows thin and dull.
Posted Sep 13, 2001
43
Haiku Tunnel (2001)
44
Hardball (2001)
Strikes out looking.
Posted Sep 13, 2001
45
2/5
A feature-length movie demands a story, and this one barely has the substance of an anecdote.
Posted Sep 10, 2001
46
L.I.E. (2001)
47
A compelling examination of masculinity and machismo.
Posted Sep 6, 2001
48
In its fast-food way, this is an acceptable addition to the all-for-one canon.
Posted Sep 6, 2001
49
Strives for political points while it's whiffing on simplicities like character, motivation, and believability.
Posted Sep 6, 2001
50
Rock Star (2001)
There's more drama in one episode of VH1's Behind the Music, more irony in This Is Spinal Tap, and more reality in The Decline of Western Civilization Part II.
Posted Sep 6, 2001