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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
The Score (2001)
2
3/4
The Deep End (2001)
3
3.5/4
Still one of the most moving films of its genre.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
4
3/4
Ghost World (2001)
5
3/4
6
3.5/4
7
2.5/4
8
1.5/4
9
3/4
Bully (2001)
10
3.5/4
Baby Boy (2001)
11
2.5/4
12
2/4
13
3/4
Pandaemonium (2001)
14
3/4
15
2.5/4
16
3/4
17
3/4
Jackpot (2001)
18
3.5/4
Songcatcher (2001)
19
3/4
Sexy Beast (2000)
A crackling noir thriller with sensational acting and a stellar job of intercutting a heist with a confrontation that precedes it.
Posted Jun 16, 2001
20
1.5/4
Baise-Moi (2000)
21
2/4
22
3/4
23
3/4
Vengo (2001)
24
3/4
25
3/4
Swordfish (2001)
26
3/4
Irony piled upon irony as a straight, dull man pretends to be gay and becomes more alive.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
27
3/4
Let It Snow (2001)
28
2.5/4
Alma Mahler charmed virtually all the creative men of Vienna at the turn of the 20th Century but from Bruce Beresford's staid direction you'd scarcely see why.
Posted Jun 4, 2001
29
3/4
The Animal (2001)
30
3/4
31
3/4
32
3/4
Made (2001)
33
2.5/4
34
3/4
A 'thesis' film that will offend Catholics and stimulate considerable post-movie discussion.
Posted May 25, 2001
35
3/4
A touching, realistic, heartwarming drama based on a struggle to unionize janitors in L.A.
Posted May 23, 2001
36
2/4
Pearl Harbor (2001)
37
1/4
Shiri (2002)
38
3/4
A feel-good movie well-suited for those who don't require roll-in-the-aisle comedies.
Posted May 17, 2001
39
2.5/4
Most of the potential emotional impact is subverted by the impossible and unstoppable flurry of images.
Posted May 16, 2001
40
2.5/4
Shrek (2001)
Big hit with kids AND adults but didn't gratify me.
Posted May 15, 2001
41
2.5/4
Angel Eyes (2001)
Judging by Jim Caviezel's signature acting, this could be called 'Eyes Half Shut.'
Posted May 15, 2001
42
3/4
Smashing photography and music make up for muddled conclusion.
Posted May 10, 2001
43
3.5/4
Amy (2001)
Effectively combines the genres of musical, drama and comedy in a delightfully, family-friendly film.
Posted May 8, 2001
44
3/4
Our Song (2001)
An authentic recreation of life among adolescents in an inner-city Brooklyn neighborhood.
Posted May 7, 2001
45
3/4
Brother (2001)
Can't find a videotape of Bonnie & Clyde? Never mind. See Brother.
Posted May 3, 2001
46
3/4
Startup.com (2001)
More about the dissolution of a friendship than about the building of an internet business.
Posted May 3, 2001
47
2.5/4
Waydowntown (2002)
Often self-consciously surreal, this award-winner scores high for originality.
Posted May 2, 2001
48
3/4
You'll want to be a farmer in Western Sweden after seeing this one.
Posted May 2, 2001
49
Eureka (2001)
50
2/4
Aimless and vulgar sex comedies can be made with 60-year-olds too!
Posted Apr 27, 2001