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Title/Year
Author
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Metropolis (2002)
2
Aaliyah sings not a note, and is left only with 3 or 4 scenes in which she must utter silly, exclamation-pointed dialogue through her big false teeth.
Posted Feb 28, 2002
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Wendigo (2002)
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Crossroads (2002)
9
Rollerball (2002)
It's happy to indulge in exactly the groveling-for-ratings violent antics that it pretends to rebuke.
Posted Feb 15, 2002
10
So exciting, absurd, and seemingly endless.
Posted Feb 8, 2002
11
Storytelling (2002)
12
13
Snow Dogs (2002)
14
15
del Toro has a well-known affection for oozing, awful, and also gorgeous images.
Posted Jan 17, 2002
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The extraordinary, quiet insight of In the Bedroom is that such belief is not only delusional, but also harmful. Vengeance only makes more victims.
Posted Jan 4, 2002
19
The timing doesn't make the film's timelessness any less acute or haunting.
Posted Jan 4, 2002
20
Ginger Snaps (2001)
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22
Chop Suey (2001)
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Lantana (2002)
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Vanilla Sky (2001)
Both more literal and less lyrical than Abre Los Ojos.
Posted Dec 14, 2001
29
Intimacy (2001)
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31
Tape (2001)
Tape look simpler than it is. Linklater is well-known for making pictures where characters talk a lot, and this one's claustrophobic setting and small cast provide a tighter narrative and formal focus than usual.
Posted Nov 21, 2001
32
Waking Life (2001)
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34
You don't see many horror films where the day is saved by someone's DJ-ish expertise on a sound-mixing board.
Posted Nov 9, 2001
35
Donnie Darko (2001)
The film never fully explains Donnie's darkness, but that's exactly right.
Posted Nov 9, 2001
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38
Intelligent, insightful, and resonant.
Posted Nov 4, 2001
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40
Angel Eyes (2001)
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42
Spy Kids (2001)
43
Quote not available.
Posted Oct 31, 2001
44
The Deep End (2001)
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47
Shrek (2001)
48
49
From Hell (2001)
50
Dog Run (1996)