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Title/Year
Author
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Seabiscuit (2003)
3
Hulk (2003)
4
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On_Line (2003)
7
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Alex & Emma (2003)
10
Hulk (2003)
11
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Jet Lag (2003)
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Whale Rider (2003)
Unexpectedly touching, generous with its insights, and offers an exceptionally human glimpse into the heart of a land as exotic as it is remote.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
21
It's more concerned with images and clashing electronic music than challenging the imagination or brutalizing the senses.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
22
The cool, detached German director lacks the kind of warmth needed to bring such characters to life.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
23
It's a wrenching but life-affirming work of great integrity and proficiency.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
24
It's fascinating because you've never seen a more dysfunctional family in broad daylight, and it's disturbing because it straddles the fine line between responsible filmmaking and callous sensationalism.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
25
The In-Laws (2003)
Humdrum direction fails to elevate an already bankrupt idea from its relentless doldrums.
Posted Jun 11, 2003
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27
28
29
Blue Car (2003)
30
The In-Laws (2003)
31
32
33
34
Cinemania (2002)
35
36
Phone Booth (2003)
37
38
Lilja 4-ever (2003)
39
Identity (2003)
40
41
42
Confidence (2003)
43
Spellbound (2002)
44
45
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Blue Car (2003)
Ms. Moncrieff's mature direction distills nuanced performances from her actors to tell a well-balanced, compelling and enlightening story with refreshing candor.
Posted May 1, 2003
48
A funny, articulate, imperfect, sometimes messy, often infuriatingly sentimental, but always caring and spirited movie.
Posted May 1, 2003
49
Cet Amour-La (2003)
A film that revels in the insights of Duras' writing and the wisdom of Ms. Moreau's ripe experience as an actress -- a perfectly observed hommage to two extraordinary women of distinction, alone but never lonely.
Posted May 1, 2003
50
It's a curious and unsatisfying lark, in which Robert Duvall the actor is rendered speechless by Robert Duvall the writer and sideswiped by Robert Duvall the director.
Posted May 1, 2003