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Globe and Mail

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Title/Year
Author
1
2/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
2
2/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
3
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
4
3/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
5
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
6
3/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
7
2.5/4
Lake Placid (1999)

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
8
3.5/4
Butterfly (2000)

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
9
3/4
Tigerland (2000)

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
10
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
11
3.5/4
12
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
13
3/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
14
3/4
What can anyone say about The Blair Witch Project that hasn't been trumpeted from a thousand Web sites already?
Posted Apr 25, 2003
15
3/4
Nurse Betty (2000)

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
16
1/4
Van Damme's acting skills remains undetectable.
Posted Apr 25, 2003
17
1.5/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
18
3/4
19
3/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
20
3/4

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Posted Apr 25, 2003
21
2/4

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Posted Apr 24, 2003
22
1/4
23
2.5/4
Like his characters, Lin may be an overachiever and the strain of trying to do too much shows.
Posted Apr 18, 2003
24
3/4
25
2.5/4
Holes (2003)
A movie that feels a bit like digging a hole in the ground -- an exercise that may build character but doesn't seem to accomplish much else.
Posted Apr 18, 2003
26
1/4
27
2.5/4
Cats & Dogs (2001)

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Posted Apr 18, 2003
28
3/4
Gerry (2003)
Fascinating, even if perversely so, and quite beautiful.
Posted Apr 18, 2003
29
3/4
The character actors are all superb, deftly weaving back and forth over the line between sympathetic human characters and eccentric caricatures, so laughter and sympathy are indistinguishable.
Posted Apr 16, 2003
30
1.5/4
A plot so preposterous it could only have emerged from the underground comic world.
Posted Apr 16, 2003
31
3/4
Stevie (2003)
Stevie is worth seeing for its provocative originality, and the debates it is bound to raise.
Posted Apr 11, 2003
32
3/4
Cameron proves himself modest here, finding an unexpectedly low-key approach to a monumental subject.
Posted Apr 11, 2003
33
2.5/4
It's always a relief to come out of an Adam Sandler movie without a case of hives, and you can comfortably attend Anger Management without prophylactic antihistamines.
Posted Apr 11, 2003
34
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 8, 2003
35
2/4
36
3/4
37
2.5/4
Phone Booth (2003)
38
2/4
39
2.5/4
Plays out like a slow-motion sex farce.
Posted Apr 4, 2003
40
2/4
A Man Apart (2003)
The swaggering humour that made Diesel a star in Pitch Black, The Fast and the Furious and XXX is barely evident here.
Posted Apr 4, 2003
41
2.5/4
About one commanding performance, fascinating to watch but not strong enough to redeem the muddled story line on which it hangs.
Posted Apr 4, 2003
42
2.5/4
With all due respect to Japanese animation fans and pop-culture enthusiasts, life may be just too short to plunge into the busy world of Cowboy Bebop.
Posted Apr 4, 2003
43
2.5/4
44
2/4
45
2/4
Basic (2003)
46
2/4
Nowhere in Africa isn't really a dull film so much as an oddly quaint one that seems to find a comfortable perspective about drastic circumstances.
Posted Mar 28, 2003
47
3/4
deadend.com (2002)
48
1/4
The Core (2003)
The only pressing burden in this deep interior world is the question: What in or on Earth is a cast this good doing in a movie this ridiculous?
Posted Mar 28, 2003
49
3.5/4

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Posted Mar 24, 2003
50
3.5/4