2002: My Life at the Movies

| January 15, 2003

1. Igby Goes Down–Amazingly acted, directed, and written! Who knew the Culkin’s had that much talent? Dark, witty, and oh so cynical. I loved this film!
2. About A Boy–Hugh Grant at his best! A very touching story about growing up that added large amounts of laughs. What a comedy should be!
3. Frida–Beautifully shot and very well acted. Salma Hayek was simply stunning at a role that I think most would not have expected.
4. Bowling For Columbine–A very well done doc film with healthy amounts of cynicism and grit that I have loads of respect for.
5. Road To Perdition–Tom Hanks shows amazing versatility in this brilliant coming of age story that sported a cast of Hollywood A-listers.
6. Catch Me If You Can–A very fun movie that had my attention from the jump. Beautiful displays of humanity are scattered throughout this film.
7. Spider-Man–The blockbuster of the summer was probably the best ride I went on all year. A movie that truly lived up to it’s hype.
8. White Oleander–A very disturbing story about growing up and control. Outstanding performance by Michelle Pfeiffer!
9. Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers–Visually fantastic! Two thumbs up to Peter Jackson for another very large job well done.
10. 25th Hour–All I have to say is Spike Lee and Edward Norton. What more does one need?

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