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1001 Movies ... my own version (2000's)

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People who added this item 6560 Average listal rating (4651 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.5
Gladiator (2000)


Notes: In fact, I did see the damned thing back then with my buddies in the movie theater when it was released. At the time, it was not yet hailed as a great classic and, to be honest, I thought it was a decent watch but nothing really amazing. Since then, I have re-watched it at least 3 times but I still don't get why everybody seems to think it is one of the best movies ever made. I mean, it did look awesome, the directing was off the chart, Russel Crowe delivered an impressive performance but what about the story? Yes, it was entertaining but it was also really nothing ground-breaking in my opinion. I know, it is a huge classic and it is definitely a solid feature but it is not much more than that, I’m afraid. In my opinion, at the end of the day, the story was in fact a rather generic peplum and it didn't add much to the formula. In this style, I'd rather watch 'Spartacus' or 'Ben Hur' anytime. At least, thanks to this movie and after struggling for many years, Ridley Scott finally managed to make a massive come-back becoming one of the most productive directors at work nowadays. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, it is in fact a decent action movie, I'll give you that, but it is definitely not a great flick.
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People who added this item 2917 Average listal rating (1852 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.9
Almost Famous (2000)


Notes: When it was released, , it was a huge critical classic and it is still considered as the best movie directed so far by Cameron Crowe. Well, to be honest, even though I thought it was a pretty cool feature, somehow, it never really blew me away though. It’s weird because, on paper, it sounded like a great story and since I was about the same age of the main character and since I loved the music of that particular time period, it should have been a sure winner. Basically, even though most of the characters were quite interesting thanks among other things to a very strong cast involved, unfortunately, I didn’t care much for the main character. Sure, I understand that it was the whole point to have an average and ordinary guy getting in touch with some larger-than-life figures but I’m afraid this approach backfired as I never really cared for him. Anyway, even though I tend to think that this movie is slightly overrated, it is still pretty good movie though.
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People who added this item 1249 Average listal rating (734 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.1


Notes: In fact, I did see this flick in the movie theater when it was released almost 20 years ago and, at the time, it was a massive critical success so I had some rather high expectations. I don’t know, maybe I was too young but, at the time, even though I did like it, I can't say I thought it was great like everyone seemed to think. Indeed, I thought it was a little bit frustrating and I wish this couple would just kiss each other and move on with their life instead of remaining stuck for some rather obscure reasons. And, yet, after re-watching the damned thing, I have to admit that I was really impressed this time around. To be honest, I was still not really fascinated by the story but the whole thing looked just so amazing, it is easily Wong Kar-Wai's best directing effort and I would go further and I argue that it is one of the most gorgeous movies ever made.
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People who added this item 2004 Average listal rating (1298 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.5
High Fidelity (2000)


Notes: Basically, it is one of the few cult-classics starring John Cusack. With this in mind, I had some rather high expectations the first time I saw it and, to be honest, I was slightly disappointed. I mean, sure, I thought it was pretty good but it didn’t really blow me away. Indeed, basically, it is a solid and original romantic comedy and there was a lot to enjoy about it but, somehow, it did rub me in the wrong way. I don’t know, even though the main character was very well written and well played by John Cusack, I had a rather hard time to care about the guy and what he was going through. In fact, the only scene which was really excellent, in my opinion, was the one when he got to see again Catherine Zeta-Jones. Indeed, it was just so relatable in the sense that we (the guys at least) have all met when we were young a girl who was gorgeous and who seemed to be really brilliant as well. Afterwards, we pretty much spend the rest of our lives more or less idealizing this chick. Well, when he meets this chick again after all these years, she still look fantastic but, man, she turns out to be one shallow boring girl after all and that felt exactly right. Unfortunately, that was pretty much the only scene which was really amazing in my opinion. Anyway, even though I’m not a huge fan, it is still a pretty good flick though.
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People who added this item 274 Average listal rating (164 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.2
Chopper (2000)


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. If I recall it correctly, I actually saw it in the movie theater when it was released back then when I was living in England. Anyway, it seems that nowadays pretty much everyone has forgotten that Eric Bana started his career with this little gem. I have to admit that I never heard about Mark Brandon Read before watching this flick and I wonder how I ended up watching the damned thing but I’m really glad I did. Indeed, the whole thing was really brutal but I think it was one of the best portraits of a criminal I have ever seen. Above all, Eric Bana was barely recognizable here but he gave a great performance. Following the critical success of this movie, Bana became overnight a hot property but after a succession of under-performing high-profile projects (‘Hulk’, ‘Troy’, ‘Munich’), he lost his status fairly quickly afterwards. Concerning Andrew Dominik, this was a really promising directing debut and and it would take him 7 long years to come up with a new directing effort which would be the also critically heralded but barely seen ‘The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford’.
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People who added this item 4185 Average listal rating (2734 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. First of all, even though Christian Bale was already working more than 10 years in the business, it was with this movie that he finally got his breakthrough. Seriously, the guy was just terrific in this movie and it is difficult to imagine someone else playing this role. Furthermore, I really loved this story. Indeed, I usually have a hard time to really care about movies dealing with serial-killers but this one was just quite spellbinding to behold. Basically, Patrick Bateman was such a complex and fascinating character. Indeed, he is good-looking, rich but also so f*cked-up, completely shallow and, yet, you can’t help feeling sorry for the guy because he seems to feel so miserable. In fact, everyone around him seem to be just as depraved as he is so, as a result, you get a very dark and nihilistic vision of our world. Eventually, I enjoyed this movie so much that I ended up reading the book as well which was even darker and twisted than the movie was.
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People who added this item 2153 Average listal rating (1371 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.6
Battle Royale (2000)


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I saw this flick and I should probably re-watch it at some point. First of all, when ‘The Hunger Games’ was released, many fans of this movie claimed that this new blockbuster starring Jennifer Lawrence was a huge rip-off of this cult-classic. Well, eventually, I did watch ‘The Hunger Games’ but, even though the 2 movies shared some elements, they were in fact vastly different in my opinion. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, of course, the plot was rather preposterous but there was definitely something quite spellbinding about the damned thing. One of the masterstroke was to have Takeshi Kitano playing the teacher and the guy was as usual pretty awesome. To be honest, I have to admit that the whole thing was slightly too over the top for my taste and I think it would have worked better if I would have been more straightforward. Anyway, they did make a sequel a few years later, I never saw it but since the ratings were really weak, I don’t think I did miss much.
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People who added this item 3073 Average listal rating (2020 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.8


Notes: First of all, this movie was really gorgeous and it was something really unexpected from Ang Lee, considering he just directed a Western (‘Ride with Devil’), a 70's drama (‘The Ice Storm’) and a periode piece (‘Sense and sensibility’). The first time I saw this movie, it was my first contact with the wuxia genre and I really liked this flick, it gave also a new international exposure to this genre and many really neat movies followed like 'Hero' and 'House of Flying Daggers' both directed by Zhang Yimou. To be honest, after all these years, I was actually rather surprised by how small the scope actually was. Indeed, except for a fight scene in a restaurant, you usually get only a handful of characters involved. It doesn't mean that it was an issue and I especially enjoyed the sweet and gentle relationship between Li Mu Bai an Yu Shu Lien. Eventually, they would release a sequel 16 years later, produced by Netflix, but I have some serious doubts that it is really worth a look but maybe I will check it out at some point.
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People who added this item 1287 Average listal rating (729 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.2
Audition (2000)


Notes: Even though it has been ages since I have seen this flick, I will probably never forget it. Indeed, I have seen more than 6000 movies in my life so far and it is easily the most horrible one I have ever seen. If I recall it correctly, I actually saw this flick back then when I was living in England in the movie theater when it was released at the time. To be honest, I wonder how I actually ended up watching this movie but it turned out be an unforgettable experience, that’s for sure. Basically, it started as something rather gentle but, at some point, it got weirder and weirder and, towards the end, it pretty much turned into a massive nightmare. Indeed, the whole thing was just so horrifying and, compared to this movie, 'Saw' or 'Hostel' were just pretty much some Disney features. I must admit that the beginning was rather slow and innocent but it made the shocking ending even more effective. In my opinion, it is not only horrible but it has also a fascinating story and the whole thing was just really spellbinding to behold.
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People who added this item 3520 Average listal rating (2401 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.3
Snatch (2000)


Notes: Back in those days, after directing 'Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' and this movie, Guy Ritchie was considered one of the most promising directors. Unfortunately, he made afterwards the terrible 'Swept away'. Since then, his career has recovered thanks first to ‘RocknRolla’ and above all to ‘Sherlock Holmes’ but you can't say he has really fulfilled all those great expectations. Still, this second directing effort was just brilliant. Indeed, I thought it was just a hilarious movie, completely entertaining and it was also very well made. Indeed, the visuals and direction were just great, the story was just so damned entertaining from the beginning until the end with some awesome one-liners. There was also a bunch of actors present who all gave some great performances ( Benicio Del Toro, Dennis Farina, Vinnie Jones, Brad Pitt, Rade Serbedzija, Jason Statham, Ewen Bremner, Jason Flemyng). Later on, Guy Ritchie tried to get the same vibe with 'RocknRolla' but even though it was enjoyable, in my opinion, it never reached the level of this classic. I hope someday Ritchie will blow me away again like this....
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People who added this item 4778 Average listal rating (3039 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.3


Notes: In fact, I actually saw the damned thing when it was released and, ever since then, Darren Aronofsky has always been one of the most intriguing directors at work. During this period, most of his movies have been critically heralded but this sophomore effort remains his best movie in my opinion. Above all, the directing was top-notch and, after rewatching this flick, I was surprised to discover that it was actually pretty much a psychological horror flick with a very ominous beginning and such a relentless and hardcore ending. For all the actors involved (Ellen Burstyn, Jared Leto, Jennifer Connelly, Marlon Wayans), it was basically the highest point of their career and they have never been better than in this flick. Hell, who would have thought that Marlon Wayans, of all people, could deliver such an impressive performance?!? Visually, it was just really impressive and, even though the video-clip esthetics might be deemed superficial, I think it was a great way to show the heightened feeling or vision of someone being under the influence of drugs.
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People who added this item 5170 Average listal rating (3434 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 8.4
Memento (2000)


Notes: The funny thing is that, when this movie was released, back then I was living in England, the trailer didn't really impress me. Honestly, I thought it looked like any other convoluted dark thriller with a guy with some weird tattoos. A year later, I was back in France renting a movie with my best friend and we had no idea what to watch. My friend suggested this because there was absolutely nothing else and we both had no idea what it was about. Eventually, we started the damned thing and it took us at least 15 minutes to figure out the weird structure but then, we were both hooked. The funny thing is that we were at his house and even though we started with only the two of us, every 15 minutes, someone else would show up so we would stop the movie, explain what was going on and further move on. At the end, we were like 6 people watching this flick, none of us had heard from it before but we were all mesmerized. Basically, I think this movie is really amazing. At the end, you are so confused. I'm sure a lot of people are annoyed by this but I just love this feeling. Even though you have more information than Leonard, the main character, at the end, it still remains a big blur. How long has been he on the run ? 1 year ? 2 years ? longer ? How many John D. has he killed ? Was his wife killed or did he made that up ? So many questions remain even if you watch the movies 20 times. I just think it is fascinating and even after multiple re-watch, I still remains flawless. There were even some hilarious bits, funnier than most of the lame comedies I have watched. Of course, there are some plot-holes. For example, with his disease, Leonard shouldn't be aware that he has this sickness and he shouldn't even know what is tattoos or his pictures mean. Furthermore, he always forget precisely at the right moment so that the movie could be properly edited. In my opinion, those are minor flaws though, and to me, this movie is pretty damned amazing.
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People who added this item 1619 Average listal rating (982 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 8.1
Amores Perros (2000)


Notes: I remember very well the 1st time I saw this movie. Indeed, back then, I was living in England and, I think after seeing the trailer, I thought it could be a cool movie. Eventually, it turned out to be even better that I expected and I was really blown away by the damned thing. Basicallly, it was some of the most amazing directing debut I have ever seen and, from this point and I became a huge fan of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's work, In fact, even though Inarritu became one of the most interesting directors at work nowadays and even though he kept making some great movies, this movie is still my favorite one. Indeed, the story was just spellbinding, the acting was pretty good (Gael Garcia Bernal gave here one of his first parts) and of course, the directing was really impressive. For a directing début, Inarritu displayed some amazing confidence. Concerning the 3 tales displayed, the 1st one was far the best and they could focus the whole movie on this part. The 2nd was the least effective but the final part was really neat as well. Anyway, back in those days, there was not yet this overdose of hyperlink features and, at the time, I thought it was just a spellbinding gimmick.
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People who added this item 1713 Average listal rating (1069 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.6
Traffic (2000)


Notes: By now, I have seen most of the movies directed by Steven Soderbergh and this movie still remains my favorite one from this director. To be honest, I have to admit that it wasn't really flawless though. The main issue I had was with the storyline involving Erika Christensen. I mean, it was a good idea to focus on some drug addict but why did they choose some white rich girl when most of the victims of drug addiction are actually black and poor? I can imagine that, since there were already so many characters and so many subplots involved, they had to squeeze somehow a drug addict somewhere but this girl was hardly representative of your average junkie. A part from that, the rest was some really strong stuff though, especially the part involving Benicio Del Toro who finally got some recognition for his talent as he won an Academy Award for his performance. For Steven Soderbergh, even though almost all his movies have a strong concept, they sometimes end up being rather half-baked but, with this movie, he managed to keep it tight, realistic and quite fascinating until the very end.
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People who added this item 917 Average listal rating (493 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5


Notes: Right now, after winning back-to-back twice the prestigious Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival, Haneke is pretty much at the top of his game and he is definitely one of the most interesting directors at work nowadays. It is also interesting that he has made half of his movies in France and this feature was the second one he made there. Personally, even though I was expecting a lot from ‘Code inconnu’, I thought it was rather disappointing and too difficult to decipher for me. Eventually, this follow-up was maybe more straightforward but eventually much more enjoyable to watch. Ok, ‘enjoyable’ might not be the right word as, like in all the movies directed by Haneke, you deal with some dark and ambiguous characters, dealing with some twisted emotions. Isabelle Huppert, one of the best French actresses, delivered an impressive performance and with Benoît Magimel, they had some really nice chemistry together. Like most of Haneke's work, the whole thing had a strong mesmerizing effect but the mood was so dark, it was as a result also quite alienating. Anyway, even if it wasn’t a complete home-run, it was still a strong drama.
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People who added this item 5329 Average listal rating (3667 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.3
Amélie (2001)


Notes: In fact, I remember it very well when it was released in France. Indeed, it was a huge critical and commercial success, everybody was talking about this flick to the point that it was even getting slightly annoying. Anyway, I still saw it in the movie theater back then but, to be honest, even though I really admired the work done, it never completely blew me away though. I mean, it was definitely visually really neat, the soundtrack by Yann Tiersen was just mesmerizing and it was a fun movie, no doubt about it. Eventually, it might be the quirkiest movie ever made, even the best movie in this genre but I’m afraid its quirkiness actually backfired. I mean, the whole thing was all nice and cute but, in my opinion, it is ultimately also rather shallow. Indeed, even though the whole movie tried very hard to convince the viewers that Amélie Poulain was a fascinating girl who will change our life forever, I thought she was cute but not much more than that. It was like those random anecdotes popping up every 30 secondes about the characters or life in general. Sure, it was entertaining but were these little scenes really so fascinating or life changing? Not really, at least, it wasn't for me. Anyway, even if I’m not a huge fan of this movie, it is still pretty good though.
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People who added this item 1344 Average listal rating (800 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6


Notes: Honestly, I thought it was slightly disappointing. I mean, it was visually appealing and I thought that the cast (Gael Garcia Bernal, Diego Luena, Maribel Verdu) all gave some solid performances but I seriously failed to see what was so amazing about this story. Pretty much like ‘Children of men’, another universally heralded movie directed by Cuaron, I didn’t really connect with the story. I mean, it was not bad at all, it was even quite intriguing but I thought it never really took off. Basically, it is supposed to be a steamy affair but I really had a hard time to care about the characters. I mean, good for them, they managed to explore their sex life but I didn’t think it was really that compelling. I don’t know, maybe I wasn’t in the right mood and I might re-watch it in the future to make up my mind for good. I mean, don’t misunderstand me, I actually liked the damned thing, it’s just that I didn’t get why it was so highly regarded.
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People who added this item 1805 Average listal rating (1119 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.3
Ghost World (2001)


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. Anyway, I really loved the damned thing. Indeed, after all those American Pie clones and other weak and underwhelming high-school comedies, we might forgot how it was to be in our late teens. Those movies may be entertaining (most aren't though) but they are always completely unrealistic. In my opinion, ‘Ghost World’ was a massive wake up call and send me right back in the reality which was pretty awesome. Back then, Thora Birch, who was playing the lead here, was quite popular, especially following ‘American Beauty’, but this movie would be her last interesting movie and she has pretty much disappeared since then. On the other hand, it was one of the 1st high-profile projects for Scarlett Johansson and, even though she was there only as a supporting character, she would have eventually a much more impressive career than Birch after all. Anyway, the 2 girls gave some really solid performances and they had a great chemistry together. Later on, my sister would give me the comic-book as a gift, it also became of the my favorites and this movie was definitely really faithful.
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Notes: I remember perfectly when I saw this flick the first time. Beforehand, I spent a year reading the whole trilogy so I was definitely going to watch it at some point but I wasn't sure when. Anyway, the week-end of its release, Saturday evening, I was chilling out with my buddies, rather bored and nobody knew what we should do. So, I proposed to see this new flick. And off we went to the multiplex. However, the whole thing was packed and we realized that our movie was sold out. Bummer... Suddenly, just when we thought to get the hell out of there, some guy showed up with precisely the right number of tickets! So, we managed to watch it and it was f*cking priceless, at the end, my best buddy who knew nothing about this trilogy looked at me, kind of desperate, 'is it the end? Come on! I want to see what will happen after this!!!'. Eventually, he had to wait another year... Anyway, I must admit it, the first time I watched it, I wasn't exactly blown away. I mean, it looked awesome and I was entertained during the whole thing, that's for sure, but, basically, I thought it was a very long introduction before the real thing started. After re-watching it many times, I tend to appreciate it more but I still think the other 2 installments are better. That's also the skill of Peter Jackson who managed to make each installment bigger than its predecessor. Anyway, as a stand alone movie, it is really good but as one third of a great epic tale, it is actually awesome.
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People who added this item 453 Average listal rating (229 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.1
Sex and Lucia (2001)


Notes: It was one of the first movies starring Paz Vega and after this flick, her career really took off. A year later, she would work with Pedro Almodovar (they would make only 1 movie together) and 3 years later, she would make a first US production (‘Spanglish’) but her career eventually never managed to be as successful as Penélope Cruz. Concerning the director, Julio Medem, even though he seems to have a pretty solid reputation , I have never seen anything else directed by this guy but I will sure do whenever I get the opportunity. Indeed, even though I have a lot of respect for Almodovar’s work, I usually have a hard time to connect with his eccentric characters. With Medem, the characters are just as complex but I was more able to connect with them and there was something really intriguing about them and what they were going through. There was also a lot of talk about the rather explicit sex scenes but they fit really well with the rest of the story so they didn’t bother me. Anyway, it is a very profound and emotional drama and I really loved it.
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People who added this item 591 Average listal rating (354 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7


Notes: During the whole thing, I was rather flabbergasted by what was going on but I couldn't help wondering if it would happen the same way in real life (apparently, it did since it was based on an actual experiment). I wasn't completely convinced at first but it was eventually really engrossing and it will remain in my thoughts for a few more days, that's for sure. To be fair, the movie was not perfect. In my opinion, the beginning, when they introduce you to the main character was actually pretty weak. I mean, it is pretty obvious that they wanted the viewers to identify with the guy, to better understand his motivations, but it felt pretty awkward, especially his relationship with this girl he met after a rather weird one-night stand. Of course, the movie is not about this but about the experience, it was really unsettling and worked very well. Like I said before, during the whole thing, you are scratching your head, questioning the attitude of both guards and prisoners but I do believe it gives a really believable and quite convincing study on human behavior and psychology, resulting in a fascinating movie.
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People who added this item 221 Average listal rating (134 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3


Notes: I have been following Mira Nair for quite some time now and this movie must be her best one I have seen so far (it was also the very first of her directing efforts I saw, if I recall correctly). Apparently, I wasn't the only one who really enjoyed it since this flick won the Golden Lion at the Venice film festival which was probably the reason why I wanted to watch it in the first place. Anyway, it is basically a very interesting study of the middle class in India. At first, the story may sound like a soap and it did look like a soap-opera in some way but it was eventually much more than that. Indeed, even though there were many characters, they were all well developed, I thought they were all quite interesting and I really cared about those characters and what they were going through. In a certain way, this movie also shows where the Indian society stands nowadays, between tradition and modernity.
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People who added this item 4606 Average listal rating (3113 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 8.6
Spirited Away (2001)


Notes: By now, I have seen all the movies directed by Hayao Miyazaki and, after watching his flicks, I must admit it, most of them didn’t really blow me away. I mean, they were all pretty good, the hand-drawn animation displayed was nothing short of marvelous but, to be honest, I always have a hard time to get into his stories. Still, there was one major exception though and it was this masterpiece which I just really loved. Indeed, I have all respect for the Disney animated features and they definitely made some great pictures but, in my opinion, Hayao Miyazaki displayed here so much more imagination and this feature was just so much more spellbinding. Once again, it was visually amazing but, for once, the story was just so fascinating. Indeed, not only did Miyazaki deliver a fascinating world but also he gave us a dark and thrilling tale with some quiet moments and some frenetic action. Furthermore, the pacing which be can challenging in most of Ghibli productions was just flawless here. Another major improvement was that the main character was quite complex and I really cared about what she was going through. It is interesting to note that my wife thought it would be too dark for my kids but I still made all my children watched this flick when they were very young and they were all mesmerized.
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People who added this item 5758 Average listal rating (3889 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8
Donnie Darko (2001)


Notes: It must be one of the biggest cult-classics released since the beginning of this millennium, even if some viewers really didn’t care for the damned thing at all. I have to admit it, it is actually rather difficult to discuss this movie since the whole thing is pretty weird and rather messed-up and, in fact, even Jake Gyllenhaal himself admitted that he had no idea what the movie was about. What Richard Kelly managed to do is to mix a believable teenage reality with some really dark fantasy and, somehow, even though half of the movie was almost impossible to follow, the end-result was still quite fascinating to behold which was quite an achievement. After 5 long years, as a follow-up, Richard Kelly would come up with another major mind-f*ck feature (‘Southland Tales’) but it turned out to be a massive critical failure and his career never really recovered from the blow.
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People who added this item 179 Average listal rating (100 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.7


Notes: I always had a weak spot for ‘Lords of Dogtown’ but I have noticed that it didn’t get much love and the biggest argument was that the original documentary ‘Dogtown and Z-Boys’ was much better so I was really eager to check this flick. Well, I wasn’t disappointed, that’s for sure. Indeed, I thought it was a fascinating and thrilling feature showing the genuine birth of a phenomenon which is still going strong nowadays. There was also some awesome photos and footage and this flick is a must see for anyone more or less interested in skateboarding. The only issue I might have is that the whole thing was directed by Stacy Peralta, himself one of the original Z-Boys, and while on one hand, it was a pretty cool fact and the guy definitely knew what he was talking about, on the other hand, you wonder if an outsider wouldn’t have been more objective about the whole thing. Eventually, even after watching this flick, I still think ‘Lords of Dogtown’ is a decent fictionalized version and I think I will re-watch it at some point.
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People who added this item 922 Average listal rating (552 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 7


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this flick and I should definitely re-watch it at some point. Anyway, I think that Marc Foster is or, a least, was a very interesting director and, if I recall it correctly, it is the first movie I have seen directed by him. Unfortunately, his last directing efforts have been rather underwhelming which is too bad because, before that, his track-record was really impressive. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, I thought it was a great and shocking story with a very good directing and some top-notch acting. Is it maybe the only very good performance by Halle Berry? I mean, I do believe that she is still one of the beautiful actresses in the world but, except for this movie, for which she was the first and still only first African-American woman to win the Academy Award for Best Actress, she hasn’t done anything really impressive, I’m afraid.
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People who added this item 187 Average listal rating (92 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.6
The Son (2002)


Notes: To be honest, even though 'Rosetta' did manage to win the Golden Palm at the Cannes Film Festival, I really had a hard time to care about the damned thing. However, afterwards, I really enjoyed all the other movies directed by the Dardenne brothers and this one must be my favorite one. Indeed, Olivier Gourmet who appeared very often in their movies, had this time the lead part and the guy gave here a really amazing performance. Like the directing, his performance was subtle and understated and it was just a marvel to watch. This time, the Dardenne brothers managed here to combine a social drama with a thriller and the end-result was just spellbinding to behold. Obviously, you shouldn't expect any shootings, chases or explosions. Instead, you get a character driven picture which went very deep to show the emotional and psychological turmoil of the characters. Eventually, you won't get any (easy) answers but a deep reflection on human nature but that's more valuable than any action scenes, at least, in my opinion.
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People who added this item 1548 Average listal rating (1047 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.9


Notes: Nowadays, we don’t hear much from Michael Moore but there was a time when the guy was the most successful documentary maker in the world. Basically, it is with this movie that he got his breakthrough and, even though I always enjoyed his work, this movie was much better than anything he has ever done before or after his career. Indeed, the whole thing was just fascinating to behold and I would go as far as saying that it is pretty much my favorite documentary. I mean, sure, I’m well aware of the fact that Michael Moore has been accused of being dishonest and of manulating his material and, obviously, the whole thing was seriously biased but it didn't matter to me. So many years later, we still hear on a regular basis such horrible stories coming from the USA and, for most of the Europeans like me, it is rather difficult to understand why they are still attached to their antic gun laws after so many lives have been lost so pointlessly. Anyway, in my opinion, this movie is at the same time entertaining, moving and educating.
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People who added this item 3168 Average listal rating (2028 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.6
City of God (2002)


Notes: Honestly, I was just completely blown away and I would go as far as saying that it is one of the best movies I have ever seen. First of all, the way it was shot was really impressive. Indeed, this movie is really stylized but also quite realistic at the same time which is something rather unique, it has some complex shots and nice visuals but it remains raw at the core. But it is not one of those movies with some nice visuals but rather tedious, no, here, the story keeps you on the edge from the beginning until the very end and it was just quite fascinating. I thought that the characters were all intriguing, even the smaller ones, and even though there were many characters, it was so well written that you could easily follow what was going on and who’s who and who was doing what. How they managed to make such an entertaining and insightful movie in one of the most dangerous places on earth is quite a marvel and a mystery to me.
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People who added this item 1492 Average listal rating (894 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.4
Irreversible (2002)


Notes: In fact, I even saw the damned thing in the movie theater in France when it was released back in those days. I remember it quite well, back then, there was a huge buzz about this movie. Indeed, even though it was only the 2nd directing effort of Gaspar Noé, the guy already had a notorious reputation and, for his next movie, he managed to get Vincent Cassel and Monica Bellucci, pretty much the most glamorous couple of French stars at the time. Anyway, before watching this movie, I obviously knew what it was about and I got what I expected, a thoroughly intense but also rather awkward and sometimes downright unpleasant watching experience. Afterwards and even while watching it, I couldn't help thinking 'why am I actually watching this? What is actually the whole point of this chaos and despair?'. Well, Noé certainly doesn't give you any answer and, to be honest, I don't think he really cared, as long as the viewers provided a reaction, even a negative one, towards his work.
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People who added this item 4047 Average listal rating (2435 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.5
The Pianist (2002)


Notes: Roman Polanski is one of my favorite directors and still in the 2000's he keeps making great pictures. Indeed, this story was harrowing and Adrien Brody also gave a huge performance. Still, I have to admit it, at first, when I saw that this movie was the best Polanski has made, according to the IMDb ratings, I used to scratch my head a little bit. I mean, do the people have any idea what this guy had done previously in his career? However, I have re-watched it recently and, indeed, I have to agree, it is a great movie, one of Polanski's best, and absolutely a great achievement. Apparently, for many years, he was toying with the idea about making a movie about this subject and even Spielberg asked him to direct 'Schindler's list' but, since he was himself a holocaust survivor, he felt really uncomfortable with this topic for many years which is quite understandable. Eventually, at 70 years old, when he felt that the time was right, he finally made his own movie about the holocaust, a heartbreaking true tale of another survivor, and he managed to make one of the best movies in this genre.
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People who added this item 765 Average listal rating (376 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 7.8
Lilya Forever (2002)


Notes: Back then, I thought 'Fucking Åmål' was a very solid directing debut so I was really curious to see what Lukas Moodysson would do next. In fact, it took me many years to see something else from this guy but it was definitely worth it. Indeed, I thought this follow up (his 3rd directing effort, as a matter of fact) was really impressive but, to be honest, I thought it was also a really heartbreaking story. I mean, the whole thing was completely relentless and there was absolutely no redemption in this movie. When watching this flick, I was actually wondering what does a guy feel when he goes to see such an underage prostitute. Seriously, how could they possibly enjoy themselves?!? I have seen some tough movies but this one was just really hardcore and despicable and you should definitely be aware of this before watching this flick as there is a good chance you will feel terrible afterwards (I sure did).
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People who added this item 2033 Average listal rating (1235 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7
Adaptation. (2002)


Notes: I do remember quite well when it came out. Indeed, back then, ‘Being John Malkovich’ had become a big cult-classic but, to be honest, even though I did like how wild and original it was, it didn’t completely convince me. However, with this follow-up, Spike Jonze and Charlie Kaufman really managed to blow me away. Indeed, it was once again a really wild and surrealist tale but, in contrary to ‘Being John Malkovich’, it managed to keep my attention until the very end. Seriously, I don’t think I haver seen a movie managing so well to mix fiction and reality. You could say that the makers already tried something similar with ‘Being John Malkovich’ but it worked much better here and the end-result was just spellbinding. For example, I just loved how Charlie Kaufman created a fictitious twin brother who also got credited for writing this movie. I know a lot of people trash Nicolas Cage and it is true that most of his recent movies were completely worthless but, back in those days, he gave a hell of a double performance for this movie.
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People who added this item 511 Average listal rating (303 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3


Notes: To be honest, the first time around, I found it really difficult to judge this movie. Indeed, before watching this, I only heard tremendous things about it, so I had some huge expectations. Unfortunately, I was then a little bit disappointed. I mean, I was not really familiar with Todd Haynes' work back then but I must admit it was really well directed with some terrific set design and costumes. Furthermore, there was a top-notch cast and they all gave some really solid performances. The only issue I had was that the story didn't really blow me away. I mean, it was interesting, that's for sure, but still not quite fascinating. I don't know, maybe I was a little bit annoyed by the fact that, somehow, it seems rather easy to make such a movie 50 years later and I thought it was rather arrogant to show how messed up those characters were compared to how much more 'evolved' we have become. It may have had a huge impact if it would have been released 50 or 60 years ago but what is the revelance in our modern world? However, after rewatching the damned thing, I was more able to appreciate it though. Basically, it is a reminder that not everything used to be better in the past, as some people seems to believe and I was more touched by what the characters were going though this time around. Furthermore, I was finally able to see the brilliance of making a traditional 50's melodrama but dealing with modern themes such as homosexuality and interracial romances.
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People who added this item 2020 Average listal rating (1367 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.9
Hero (2002)


Notes: This flick is probably one of the last Asian flicks that I have seen that truly blew me away. Recently, I have re-watched it with my step-son. Honestly, I don't know why but I thought it could be a fun movie to watch with him. Eventually, I'm afraid he wished there were more fighting scenes and I think the poor fellow was rather bored by the whole thing. Anyway, just like the previous times I watched it, I really loved it. To be honest, I'm not big fan of Jet Li and this movie is probably the only one he made that I really enjoyed. Basically, the story was really entertaining but, most of all, it has to be one of the most gorgeous movies I have ever seen. Indeed, every single scene was basically a beautiful canvas and the whole movie was an impressive combination of sword fighting, music, calligraphy, conspiracies and love intrigues. It also reminded me of another great Asian movie, 'Rashomon', in the way that the same events was displayed from 3 different perspectives.
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Notes: I remember perfectly when I saw this flick the first time. Back then, I just started to live in the Netherlands and I came back to France for the Christmas holidays. For the 1st installment, my best buddy had no idea what to expect but, this time, he was just dying to watch this follow-up. Therefore, we planned to watch this one and we went once again with a group of friends. Anyway, it was definitely pretty awesome, I was really starting to feel the epicness of the whole thing and, in my opinion, it was actually better than 'The Fellowship'. Indeed, this time, there was no need to introduce the characters and most of the movie was filled with some amazing battle scenes. On top of that, there was still one major character who was finally properly introduced and it was Gollum. Basically, it was the first time that such a 3 dimensional and compelling character was created through CGI and motion capture and it was just truly mind-blowing. It was totally revolutionary and we should give credit to both Jackson and Serkis for this amazing work. So, it was better than the previous installment but, of course, those 3 movies should be seen as one huge epic story.
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People who added this item 126 Average listal rating (70 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.5


Notes: To be honest, it has been a while since I have seen this movie and I should probably re-watch it at some point. Still, I remember it very well, I even saw it in the movie theater when it was released. First of all, even though, by now, I have managed to watch most of the movies directed by Mike Leigh, I have to admit that, even though I admire his work, I have actually never been a huge fan. As a matter of fact, I would go as far as saying that 'Secrets & Lies' and 'Topsy-Turvy' were actually fairly disappointing. Still, there is one exception though and, with this movie, Mike Leigh finally managed to really blow me away. The funny thing is that, the damned thing pretty much looked like a typical Mike Leigh feature as it was taking place in a very grim ands realistic social environment in England. The big difference was that the whole thing was rather quite heartbreaking but also spellbinding to watch and I was really fascinated by those characters. I thought that Timothy Spall was also really strong in this movie.
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People who added this item 318 Average listal rating (141 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.5


Notes: To be honest, I was slightly worried to watch a movie which had a whopping running time of 6 hours. Well, eventually, I was surprised by how easy it was to watch the whole thing and, if you are interested in watching this flick, I would advise to watch both parts back to back or, at least, during one day. I have to admit that the beginning was rather awkward but, fairly quickly, the damned thing became a massive epic during which you follow 2 brothers through 3 decades. Obviously, Marco Tullio Giordana had plenty of time to deliver some completely fully formed characters and I also believe that this movie is one of the greatest humanist pictures I have ever seen. Indeed, among many incredible scenes, there was this one when some students start to beat up a policeman and then Matteo himself starts to beat up one of the students as well showing that, in real life, nothing is completely black or white. And, even more impressive, is to see how much love Matteo and Nicola always have for each other, even when they both chose some completely different paths in their respective lives. Of course, you also get to learn more about Italy but they made sure it didn’t become some kind of commercial as you get to see Italy in its full glory but also its darker sides. Anyway, even if watching this movie might seem like doing some kind of movie marathon, to follow these characters was just such a fascinating journey.
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People who added this item 4737 Average listal rating (3094 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.7


Notes: This movie is considered as Sofia Coppola's masterpiece and, with this mind, the first time around, I had some high expectations but, to be honest, it didn't really blow me away then. Well, even after rewatching the damned thing, I still ended up with some mixed feelings. Eventually, even though I was able to see that it was indeed something quite special, I had a rather hard time to connect with the whole thing. I don’t think it was because it was too slow or too boring or that not enough was happening, I think it was more because I didn’t care much about the characters and what they were going through. I don’t think Bill Murray or Scarlett Johansson should be blamed though as they both gave some very good performances and the directing was really solid as well. Eventually, I think that this movie gives a rather depressing view on travelling and I think it provides a good explanation on why I don't miss travelling that much. Indeed, I always dreamed about going to Japan, especially Tokyo, but after watching this movie, you can come to the conclusion that there is nothing really special about this city since huge cities like this one all look alike. Anyway, even if it didn’t really love this flick, it wasn't bad at all, far from it.
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People who added this item 7855 Average listal rating (5692 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8.1


Notes: I remember very well when this movie was released. Indeed, after 6 very long years, Quentin Tarantino was finally coming up with a new directing effort. Not only was he releasing a new story but it was a gigantic epic feature of 4 hours divided into two movies!!! So, the buzz surrounding this flick was quite huge and many fans (like me) were waiting this new movie with more than anxiety. Eventually, it was once again a massive success for QT and it became an instant cult classic. Still, what did I personally think of this movie? Honestly, even though I did enjoy it, I didn't think it was really mind-blowing though. Sure, there were some really cool action scenes, the directing was really amazing and the whole thing was definitely entertaining but I thought that the plot was also terribly generic. With Tarantino's first 3 movies, even though it could be pretty preposterous, the story was always really compelling and I really loved those characters but, this time, I really couldn't care less about The Bride, the other characters and what they were going through. Still, even though it was (at the time of its release) his weakest directing effort, it was still a fun movie and I had a good time watching it but I seriously never understood what was supposedly so great about it.
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People who added this item 1747 Average listal rating (1055 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.2
Elephant (2003)


Notes: Gus van Sant is a very good director and I always had a weak spot for his work but, to be honest, not all his movies have been completely successful (As a matter of fact, ‘Good Will Hunting’, his biggest success at the box-office, is actually rather overrated in my opinion). Fortunately, this movie really didn’t disappoint me. Indeed, basically, it is quite a shocking story told in a very particular way and you might find this approach rather unappealing but I thought it was in fact actually quite fascinating. I'm pretty sure that many viewers would find this movie frustrating because, while watching this, you have so many questions coming up in your mind but, eventually, no real answer at all is provided by this movie. Personally, I really loved the fact that you had to think about the movie and the events themselves on your own to find yourself the answers. I have to admit it though, the whole thing is terribly cold and distant (a little bit like Michael Haneke’s work as a matter of fact) so it is an acquired taste.
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People who added this item 1836 Average listal rating (1081 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.8
Thirteen (2003)


Notes: Catherine Hardwicke was, at first, a production designer for almost 20 years and, way before directing 'Twilight', she started her directing career with this rather amazing flick. In my opinion, 'Twilight' was not so bad after all, at least it was way better than the terribly underwhelming sequels and with its $400 million global success, it made her the most commercially successful woman film director ever at the time. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, it was a really heartbreaking story and I thought it was actually rather frightening when you have kids of your own. Indeed, your teenage kids don’t need much to go down this terrible path and there is not much you can do to really prevent it, except hoping that they will use their good sense before doing something really stupid. Eventually, this movie was very well directed (which is even more impressive when you think that it was a directing debut) and the performances by all the actors involved were really solid. I really liked the raw feeling of the whole thing and how realistic it looked, apparently, Nikki Reed wrote this movie with Hardwicke and she displayed some talent in this area but I'm afraid her acting career turned out to be rather underwhelming afterwards.
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People who added this item 747 Average listal rating (467 ratings) 8.2 IMDB Rating 8.1


Notes: Right from the start, I recognized the unique style of Joon-ho Bong which was in this case to mix a very dark and realistic serial-killer thriller with some unexpected humor. He already did something similar with 'Gwoemul' in which he mixed a typical monster feature also with some humor but even though I liked this movie as well, it didn't completely convince me and I thought this previous directing effort worked better. Indeed, I really enjoyed the fact that there were just so many layers. Not only it gave a great look on how rural South Korea must have been in the 80's, there was also this clash between the modern methods used by a cop from Seoul and the (usually brutal) methods used by the local cops who seemed to be just terribly incompetent. It is also one of these few very brave thrillers which dare not to finish everything with some preposterous and annoying twist suddenly solving the case and it made the whole thing even more fascinating to behold.
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People who added this item 377 Average listal rating (238 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6


Notes: Even though I have left France almost 20 years ago, I still try to watch some French (speaking) movies once in a while. I'm particularly interested in the movies which won the César of the Best French movie (the French equivalent for the Oscars). Actually, this movie is Canadian but, somehow, it was still qualified to win this prize. Anyway, it was a very good drama, dealing with life and death, and the cast, made of actors unknown to me at that time, was really impressive. To be honest, I'm rather oblivious about Denys Arcand's work (so far, it is the only movie he has directed that I have seen) but I will definitely check his other features. As I really liked this sequel, I'm really curious about the original movie 'Le Déclin de l'empire américain' and I hope I will manage to watch it as some point. Apparently, it involves the same characters played by the same actors but 15 years before. Anyway, this movie can easily be watched as stand alone as it was quite spellbinding and heartbreaking to behold.
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People who added this item 250 Average listal rating (139 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8


Notes: Eventually, I was really impressed by the damned thing. To be honest, I have no actual interest in mountain climbing whatsoever and I believe it is one of those hazardous hobbies which seem rather pointless to me. On top of that, since both men were there to tell this story 20 years later, then you pretty much knew beforehand how it would all end. And, yet, in spite all this, it was just fascinating and sometimes even rather excruciating to see. I mean, at first, when they went up there, it seemed really hard but still doable but, as there was still more than one hour of running time, I was pretty sure that something pretty nasty would happen at some point. And, indeed, when those climbers went down, it turned to be a real nightmare. I won’t go into details but what happened up there was just incredible and one of the greatest tales of human survival I have ever seen.
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People who added this item 1771 Average listal rating (1109 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 7.7


Notes: I remember it very well, when this movie was released, it was quite a critical success so I was really eager to check it out and I had some pretty big expectations. Eventually, to be honest, even though I did enjoy it and thought it was indeed pretty good, I was expecting a little bit more from this flick. I mean, sure, the clash between the Eastern and Western world was very interesting and this movie allows the viewer to think about it thoroughly, also in a funny a way but, at the end, I couldn’t help thinking that the whole thing was indeed quite clever but not much more than that. Surprisingly, even though he reached worldwide acclaim with this movie, the director Wolfgang Becker didn’t do much afterwards and, finally in 2015, he did come up with a follow-up (it’s called ‘Ich und Kaminski’, it is once again starring Daniel Brühl in the lead and it does sound pretty cool).
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People who added this item 456 Average listal rating (272 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5
Whale Rider (2003)


Notes: First of all, I think it is important to point that, in my opinion, most movies involving kids or teenagers are usually rather uninspired and/or sugar-coated. In fact, there are honestly usually a waste of time, even for the children who happened to be their target audience. However, there are a few exceptions though and this movie is definitely one of them. Indeed, to start with the story was riveting but the performances (above all by Keisha Castle-Hughes) were all impressive. Basically, it was a very interesting movie about the clash between tradition and evolution. The best thing about this movie was that it was never condescending and the makers always managed to avoid taking up the easy way avoiding blandness and stereotypes. As a result, they delivered one of the most striking study of teenage anxiety intermingled with a fascinating view of where the Maori culture stands in our modern world.
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People who added this item 1940 Average listal rating (1135 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.5
The Hours (2003)


Notes: Following the really popular but also rather generic ‘Billy Elliot’, Stephen Daldry came up with this follow-up which was much more ambitious and it turned out to be another critical success. Well, I"m glad I gave this movie a 2nd chance because I enjoyed it more this time around. Indeed, to be honest, the first time I saw this movie, even though it was definitely a decent watch, I have to admit it that I actually had a hard time to care about this story. Basically, the tricky thing with this movie is that you have to be able to have an emotional connection with these 3 women, even though you barely get to know them. Still, there is no denying that the directing was really solid. Above all, there was a stellar cast involved and they all gave some fine performances (Nicole Kidman, Julianne Moore, Meryl Streep, John C. Reilly, Toni Collette, Ed Harris, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels). Especially for Kidman, this movie was the highlight of her career as she was awarded the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role. Eventually, the main issue I still have with this movie is that I still haven't read the actual 'Mrs Dalloway' book which would probably allow me to appreciate this movie even more.
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People who added this item 1528 Average listal rating (943 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6
25th Hour (2002)


Notes: Honestly, it has been a while since I have seen this flick but I will definitely re-watch it at some point when I have the opportunity. The sad thing with this flick was it had been that the last real critical success for Spike Lee for a very long time but, fortunately, he made a mighty come-back recently with 'BlacKkKlansman'. Concerning Edward Norton, once hailed as the best actor of his generation, he has been making some rather disappointing movies the one after the other during the last decade and this movie was the last one he made which was really great. Coming back to our main feature, it is what you could call a character study, therefore, it is rather slow and nothing much really happened but it doesn't mean that the whole thing was anything short of spellbinding. Indeed, you get some really interesting characters thanks to a really impressive cast (Edward Norton, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Pepper, Brian Cox, Rosario Dawson and Anna Paquin).
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People who added this item 1946 Average listal rating (1110 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8
Dogville (2003)


Notes: Even though I always found Lars Von Trier’s intriguing and I always had a lot of respect for his work, I still had a somewhat difficult relationship with this director. Indeed, it has been a while, but when I saw ‘Breaking the waves’, even though it was easily considered a masterpiece when it was released, I wasn’t really blown away. I mean, I thought it was interesting but also rather flawed and I felt the same thing with ‘Dancer in the Dark’. Still, there is one exception, one movie he made that I really loved and it was this flick. I’m not sure if it is really considered as one of Von Trier’s best movies but I thought it was really brilliant. Indeed, in my opinion, it is a very original movie, a very fascinating one and I was completely captivated by the story. The acting, the directing and even the set dressing were just great. To be honest, it is not the kind of project I would expect to see Nicole Kidman but she definitely displayed some balls to become involved in this movie and her performance was rather fearless (too bad she didn’t show up for the sequel ‘Manderlay’).
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