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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Kingdom Come (2001)
2
1/4
Joe Dirt (2001)
Were nature to take the course they both seem to want, the movie could end in 15 minutes. And it would still be too long.
Posted Apr 13, 2001
3
4
Blow (2001)
5
6
IƱarritu keeps us involved in at-times tune-outable material.
Posted Mar 30, 2001
7
Spy Kids (2001)
8
2/4
Tomcats (2001)
This is 90 minutes of gags of the lowest order.
Posted Mar 30, 2001
9
A little lifeless.
Posted Mar 30, 2001
10
1/4

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Posted Mar 26, 2001
11
The Brothers (2001)
12
13
Director David Mirkin, whose Romy and Michele's High School Reunion was similarly afflicted, never gets the timing right and allows the story to drag with little internal logic.
Posted Mar 23, 2001
14
2.5/4
The story hits and misses for more than two hours following its opening artillery bloodbath.
Posted Mar 16, 2001
15
3.5/4
Memento (2000)
16
2/4
The Dish (2001)
17
2/4
Blow Dry (2001)
18
2/4
Company Man (2001)
Second-rate fare.
Posted Mar 9, 2001
19
15 Minutes (2001)
A clumsy urban thriller.
Posted Mar 9, 2001
20
21
2/4
The Mexican (2001)
22
3/4
See Spot Run (2001)
Feebly mixes gangster spoof, buddy flick, Home Alone horseplay, animal adventure and wan romance, reeks worse than lead David Arquette after he slips in doggie doo.
Posted Mar 2, 2001
23
4/4

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Posted Feb 27, 2001
24
Monkeybone (2001)
25
1.5/4
It nearly qualifies as a guilty pleasure. But blame Keanu Reeves for ruining its chances for so- bad- it's- good status.
Posted Feb 16, 2001
26
27
Affable but forgettable.
Posted Feb 16, 2001
28
3/4

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Posted Feb 13, 2001
29
30
Hannibal (2001)
Hannibal won't even be a footnote when the year's best movies are grabbing the ink in December.
Posted Feb 9, 2001
31
It feels like a movie some other actress rejected -- you can almost see Sandra Bullock using the screenplay manuscript as a coffee coaster.
Posted Feb 2, 2001
32
2/4
33
34
Snatch (2001)
Snatch will likely grab those who like their movies fast, furious and fun.
Posted Jan 19, 2001
35
The Pledge (2001)
Just when you're about to lose patience, something honest or credible happens.
Posted Jan 19, 2001
36
2/4
This skin-deep MTV Films production is more about promoting soundtrack sales than social causes.
Posted Jan 12, 2001
37
3/4
Traffic (2000)
Stephen Gaghan's script mines nearly 2 1/2 hours of consistently credible drama from four interlocked stories.
Posted Dec 27, 2000
38
2/4
This rendering is chillier than yesterday's coffee.
Posted Dec 24, 2000
39
2.5/4
Vatel (2000)
Surprisingly tepid.
Posted Dec 22, 2000
40
3/4
Bruce Greenwood is exceptional as JFK -- quite a surprise after his smarmy villainous turns in Double Jeopardy and Rules of Engagement.
Posted Dec 22, 2000
41
3/4

42
3/4
The story is schematic and the hero/villain matchup a little too obvious, but never underestimate the charisma of Connery.
Posted Dec 22, 2000
43
2/4
Cast Away (2000)

As a FedEx troubleshooter who survives a plane crash, Hanks performs a bravura solo spin.
Posted Dec 22, 2000
44
2.5/4

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Posted Dec 22, 2000
45
3/4
Who knew Disney could shake its Groove thing this well?
Posted Dec 15, 2000
46
4/4
Calling Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon a religious experience may be overstating the case a bit, but Ang Lee's rhapsodically romantic martial arts enthraller certainly redeems a slew of sins in this lackluster movie year.
Posted Dec 8, 2000
47
2.5/4
The visuals are stunning, but that's not enough. They can't make up for this predictable story populated by cardboard-cutout characters. The film needs more rescuing than that.
Posted Dec 8, 2000
48
Hollow Man (2000)
Ultimately the title is most revealing. It's hollow, man.
Posted Jan 1, 2000
49
3.5/4
Depp is as good here as he was in Ed Wood and Donnie Brasco, which means the movie has a lot more going for it than special effects, as sizzling as they are.
Posted Jan 1, 2000
50
3.5/4
Admiration will likely extend for years to come.
Posted Jan 1, 2000