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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Rat Race (2001)
Director Jerry Zucker has a couple of classics behind him, but this one is future blackmail material.
Posted Aug 16, 2001
2
The Deep End (2001)
Smart, suspenseful and subtly moving.
Posted Aug 10, 2001
3
A complex tale smoothly told, and a major treat for music lovers.
Posted Aug 10, 2001
4
Session 9 (2001)
5
6
The laughs never come.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
7
5/10
The Others (2001)
8
9
10
11
Where Apocalypse Now once strained for greatness without quite reaching it, this new version of the film, assembled by Coppola and his longtime editor, Walter Murch, has greatness firmly within its grasp.
Posted Aug 3, 2001
12
Original Sin (2001)
13
3/10
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
14
The film is fun, though it's easy to imagine a fresher, lighter version without Marshall's heavy showbiz hand.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
15
Cure (1998)
16
17
7/10
Jackpot (2001)
18
6/10
19
Greenfingers (2001)
There's not much to the movie, but what is there is painfully familiar.
Posted Jul 27, 2001
20
21
Pretty much the standard indie formula: An oppressed housewife miraculously discovers herself as an independent woman.
Posted Jul 27, 2001
22
23
[Mitchell's] performance blends self-mocking wit and tearful confession into a drag act of epic proportions.
Posted Jul 20, 2001
24
2/10
Ghost World (2001)
25
Surprisingly little of the film rings true, as the stock comic situations pile up so quickly that its insider credibility is undermined.
Posted Jul 19, 2001
26
Professionally executed, but not much else.
Posted Jul 17, 2001
27
Big Eden (2001)
28
Downtown 81 (2001)
29
The Score (2001)
Strictly by the numbers -- you can almost hear all four screenwriters counting off the obligatory plot points one by one.
Posted Jul 13, 2001
30
The direction is a soggy blend of self-conscious camp and flat-footed visuals.
Posted Jul 13, 2001
31
7/10
Made (2001)
32
Bully (2001)
A gripping experience.
Posted Jul 12, 2001
33
5/10
34
35
36
The action, though choreographed by a long-time Li collaborator, has an ugly, sadistic edge that never appears in Li's Hong Kong films.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
37
Baise-Moi (2000)
A fascinating artifact, designed to destroy itself by its own inner logic.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
38
After a dismal first act salvaged only by Barton's natural talent, Lost slowly settles onto its chosen path.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
39
An odd combination of sentimentality and cynicism.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
40
Watching this sad parade of scatological jokes is a humanity-robbing experience.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
41
Cats & Dogs (2001)
An ingeniously executed combination of puppetry and digital effects.
Posted Jul 5, 2001
42
Seems designed solely to shock, disgust and make a pile of money.
Posted Jun 29, 2001
43
[Veber] gets his laughs out of character and situation rather than isolated gags, which makes the picture feel like something from another era.
Posted Jun 28, 2001
44
3/10
45
2/10
Pootie Tang (2001)
46
Too personal and too reckless, but that's a welcome change in a time of bland and anonymous studio films.
Posted Jun 28, 2001
47
Baby Boy (2001)
Singleton hammers home his thesis ... with a monotonous single-mindedness that dulls the usual acuity of his perceptions.
Posted Jun 27, 2001
48
49
Let It Snow (2001)
50
Seems bland and slipshod next to Betty Thomas's spiky 1998 original.
Posted Jun 21, 2001