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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Bring It On (2000)
Bring It On spins off one sly little joke after another, and the smart ensemble makes every one of them work.
Posted Dec 3, 2002
2
Nurse Betty (2000)
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5
Three Kings (1999)
6
The Best Man (1999)
7
Chill Factor (1999)
8
U-571 (2000)
9
The Yards (2000)
10
11
Dinosaur (2000)
Sadly, there is little sign of the benefits of evolution in the storytelling itself, which sticks too closely to a narrative template seemingly dating back to the Mesolithic era.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
12
October Sky (1999)
13
The Skulls (2000)
14
15
Frequency (2000)
16
Down to You (2000)
17
18
Gossip (1999)
Predictable at every turn, glossy but stagy, and full of unengaging, underdeveloped characters, Gossip too is 'all just words'.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
19
20
The Patriot (2000)
21
Idle Hands (1999)
22
Wonder Boys (2000)
23
Wonderland (2000)
24
An inglorious wreck of a movie.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
25
No longer a prodigy at age 41, Tim Burton has now become a problem; I still find myself watching his movies with bemused tolerance, thinking surely he'll be a great director when he grows up.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
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29
Dogma (1999)
30
31
32
As good as most recent post-Katzenberg Disney films, and certainly -- with its stylised characterisation and bursts of witty dialogue -- a great deal better than the Mouse's turgid mega-budget epic Dinosaur.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
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35
Chicken Run (2000)
36
Bats (1999)
37
38
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40
4/5
Happy, Texas (1999)
41
The Wood (1999)
Never delves much deeper into the three friends' psychology than a sitcom pilot would, though the cast try their best.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
42
43
Chuck & Buck (2000)
Chuck & Buck is a film which you can't quite get a fix on: it's a movie about child sex which is also as airy and sweetly likeable as anything you'll see this year.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
44
45
Toy Story 2 (1999)
46
47
By any reasonable measure Mission: Impossible II is a successful action-adventure film.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
48
Titus (1999)
49
The problem is that while Kaufman's life story has its required quota of bizarre-yet-true events, it's doomed to failure as mainstream entertainment because Kaufman wasn't terribly likeable as a person.
Posted Dec 2, 2002
50