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Added by The Mighty Celestial on 20 Sep 2016 02:31
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35 From 1: My Favorite Films From 2001

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People who added this item 4347 Average listal rating (2846 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.2

An uneven film that contains separate moments of good stuff. Enough of 'em, that, despite it's unstitched story flow, hits on a few certain plot points that were interesting enough to keep my attention. As a big fan of Stanley Kubrick's work, I can't help but look at this movie with the potential that it held if the original director had lived to make it.
But despite that, Steven Spielberg's effort at keeping A.I. alive is the main reason why this movie makes an appearance on this list.
People who added this item 1739 Average listal rating (1082 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.9

I'm not usually a fan of Disney movies, particularly their animated stuff. Their stories are usually a bit too saccharine for my tastes, despite the polished smoothness of their art style.
However, coming along near the end of the their 2-D run, and at a time when the company seemed to decide that their homogenized brand could do with a bit of an edge, I enjoyed Atlantis with it's vast and sheer underwater visuals along with what seems to me like a little inspiration from comicbook illustrator Mike Mignola to their house style. And wouldn't you know it, just when they had me starting to warm to their stuff, they finally pull the plug to the hand-drawn animation department.
People who added this item 1246 Average listal rating (754 ratings) 6 IMDB Rating 6.4
A light and airy love tale starring the ever adorable Meg Ryan, and featuring not only the concept of time travel, but also, the two guys who, in a later film, would portray two mutants characters from the comic-booked themed franchise, the X-Men. In one of the Wolverine movies, Hugh Jackman played Wolvie while Liev Schreiber played Sabretooth. Which I guess is enough to make a comic-book nerd such as myself to be cool with this movie (though the fact that it is pretty decently written could be another reason of why it's on this list).

Kate & Leopold is not the first cinematic chronicle that is about a guy who travels from a distant period of time in order to steal the heart of an incredibly pretty female lead. The same theme can be seen in other films like Somewhere In Time, Happy Accidents, The Time Traveler's Wife, and to some extent, even the first Terminator movie.
I guess true love really is timeless. Well, at least in the movies it is.
People who added this item 619 Average listal rating (369 ratings) 6.5 IMDB Rating 6.4
Session 9 (2001)
A small group of professional asbestos removers find out what can be even scarier than having a job as asbestos-removers:
"cleaning out" an old abandoned mental state hospital, where the walls have a tendency to whisper out your name and old patient session tapes that reveal the darkness that lays not only within those same walls, but also the darkness that dwells within your soul.

People who added this item 3441 Average listal rating (2188 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.7
Yeah I know that this is a straight-up chick-flick. But still, as a guy, I really felt that, more than about romance, this move was really more about the road of self-discovery that Bridget goes thru via the reflective entries in her diary, as she writes about her ideas of relationships, life journeys and whatnot.
Or maybe it is mainly just a romance film.
It's a friggin' chick flick and I'm a guy, so, what da hell do I know....

People who added this item 297 Average listal rating (122 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3
Manic (2002)
After making a name for himself as a kid star on the TV series 3rd Rock From The Sun, Joseph Gordon-Levitt started the new millennium by setting to hone his big-screen acting skillz by starring in a series of high quality indie films such as Manic.
In this one, he portrays a teen who is committed to a juvenile psychiatric ward of a hospital after nearly beating to death a baseball teammate with a bat during one of their games.
Now he must learn to come to terms with his tendency toward short but violent outbursts, and in the process, finds himself forming relationships with the other patients, either as friends or as enemies.

People who added this item 860 Average listal rating (619 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.3
In the 90's, after Jackie Chan made the martial arts comedy a force of farce to be reckoned with in the film industry of the Far East, he had involunteerily started a cinematic movement wherein the actions of kung fu fighting would extend past the limits of physical restrictions.
In the first decade of the new millenium, following the rise of the subgenre now known as Chop Socky, the door was kicked wide open for other wacky wunderkind warriors like Stephen Chow, star and director of both Kung Fu Hustle and Shaolin Soccer, two films that have since become the staple of Socky cinema. Taking the absurdity of both the humor and the high kicks from this new style of Asian filmmaking, and cranking 'em up a notch, then placing the plots in unlikely settings, like say that of a soccer field, movies like these prove that when it comes taking Kung Fu to the next level, ya gotta be willing to do the Hustle.

People who added this item 2519 Average listal rating (1691 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.7
Okay, to be honest, this movie probably deserves to be higher on my list. But for some reason my memory banks is suffering some kind of brain fart when I try to recall Black Hawk's storyline. I do remember really liking it alot, but since I only saw once when it was first released, I'd have to give it another viewing before I am able to better determine to what degree I enjoyed it. which spot to place it.
For now, I'll just mention that it was a very good movie, good enough to make it this list.
It will probably get a better spot on this and I'll put in a better comment for this once I've watched it again.

People who added this item 805 Average listal rating (506 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.4
Guillermo Del Toro's tale of how an orphanage-turned-temporary safe-haven begins to show signs of a haunting after one of the orphan boys disappears.

A story that may seem somewhat simplistic at first,
but when combined with the background dramas of both the lead characters, along with those hinted at of the supporting characters, along with the blatant "not-so-blatant" metaphors that are the director's strong-suit (that is, it's his strong-suit only if he isn't directing a Hellboy movie),
The Devil's Backbone turns out to be a satisfyingly rich movie that goes more for creepy metaphysical melodrama than it does for in-your-face scare tactics.
People who added this item 2389 Average listal rating (1461 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.8
From Hell (2001)

It is well known within the comicbook community that famed writer Alan Moore does not approve of his films being made into films. And From Hell is a good example why. The four color printed form of this work has an intensity & deepness to it's mystery plot device that is impossible to capture within the limited timeframe of a movie.
However, if one were to watch this film without having read the comicbook series first, it can come off as a satisfying mystery tale with a unique speculation to the identity of the infamous London street killer known as Jack the Ripper.
People who added this item 4809 Average listal rating (3185 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 8.2

I'll be honest with you guys....while "beautiful" isn't exactly the word I would use to describe my mind,
I doubt that anyone would kick it out bed for eating crackers.
Though, when I think about it,
it could stand to lose a few pounds.
Some lipstick probably wouldn't hurt it either.

People who added this item 4640 Average listal rating (3138 ratings) 8.4 IMDB Rating 8.6
Spirited Away (2001)

A "spirited" journey, filled with really cool childlike fairytale visuals with a level of creativity that reminds us why mythic tales fascinated us so much during our young ages, yet with enough of a few dark undertones to keep the interest of that part of our spirits that were crushed by the reality of becoming an adult. Fantasy fun with a slight twist of macabre for the whole family.

People who added this item 836 Average listal rating (532 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7
A really cool blockbuster epic from France that is half historic film, half horror adventure.
A beastly creature is terrorizing the locals of the southern French province of Gévaudan. But is it an actual werewolf of many a folkloric legend 0r just an oversized man-eating wolf?
There are only two men who can find out,
and one them is the dude who hosts Iron Chef America!
Not since the Wolf-Man took on Abbott & Costello has there been such a clash of legendary titans!

People who added this item 1429 Average listal rating (929 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.4
K-PAX (2001)

In K-Pax, Kevin Spacey is "Prot", a "wandering spirit" who is either a mental patient masquerading as an alien
an alien masquerading as a mental patient.
As a film, K-PAX weaves through it's various "less epic" identities of E.T., Starman, and even of a fluffier version of One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
But, as with most sci-fi movies with the "aliens walking amongst humans to better understan humankind" theme, it tries to end with a life-lesson that teaches us more about us than it does "them".
In this case, no matter how crazy our individualized inner-scars can make us,
sometimes, all we need is a hopeful hand extended in friendship to help brings us back down to Earth.
And if that lesson comes off sounding as a bit too "spacey-headed", please take into account what Hollywood writers of these types of scripts have in common with people from K-Pax: They both tend to be a buncha distant souls that live amongst the stars.
People who added this item 5789 Average listal rating (3917 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 8
Donnie Darko (2001)

The Dali-esque/surreal journey through time travel of a high school teenager turned reluctant "superhero" Donnie Darko and his spiritual sidekick Frank the bunny.
Believe me, despite having the ability to perceive warps in the time-stream,
these two guys ain't no dynamic duo.
My intro in the world of wizarding world was not with this film, but with the Prisoner Of Azkaban movie. After being pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed a story of magicks, monsters and mystic mysteries that I originally assumed was geared just towards a tweener audience, I
decided to check the rest of the series that had been released up to that time.
And while this first chapter isn't as tightly molded in it's story as it's follow ups, as part of the whole of the Harry Potter film series,
The Sorcerer(Philosopher's) Stone still has more than enough to be enjoyed even by those of us whose adolescence would require a lot of twists on the ol' time-turner pendant.

People who added this item 3884 Average listal rating (2594 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6
The Others (2001)
A trio of house servants come arrive to thhei place of employment, a family of three, the mother, a son, a daughter, and a father who went "out to war".
As the story unfolds, secrets begin to emerge, from the servants, from the family, and from the house itself.
Saying to much else risks the chance of revealing spoilers, which, are apparent as the nature of this movie is one that is already widely known.

Taking advantage of Nicole Kidman's old skool natural beauty (obviously, this is  before her face became hidden under layers of plastic surgery), The Others is a New  Millenial film that presents itself as a classic gothic horror that writers like Edgar Allen Poe could only dream of as coming to life.  Suiting itself as the background for a ghost tale in which the old formulas of Victorian style designed manors set in foggy English countrysides set the tone of leading, then misleading the viewer, this is a piece of cinema that manages to provide the kind of  shakes and shudders that have been the tradition of spooky stories for so many centuries.
People who added this item 73 Average listal rating (40 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.7

In this same year, I saw movie called Ghost World, which quickly became one of my fave flix of '01. And while there are several reasons why I liked that film, my eyes could not help but bulge at the beauteous actress that Scarlett Johansson was sprouting into. And I also noticed that, during this time period she seemed to be quite the darling of the indie film circuit.
Which prompted me to see An American Rhapsody when I saw what her name was in the credits.
Also starring the ever rapturous Nastassja Kinski, this movie tells the tale of the difficulties that can result from cultural assimilation, even if the move is from the greyness of oppressive communism to the more sunny sided liberation of Democracy.
People who added this item 121 Average listal rating (71 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.3
Jon Faveau sits behind the director's chair for the first time and with his usual partner in crime, Vince Vaughn, the real life friends portray movie life friends in a film that shows that if you can make it in the mob,
then you've really got it made.

This is an independent movie that often tends to get overlooked because of the more well-known Faveau/Vaughn indie efort, Swingers.
And while I like that film too, I thought this one was just a tiny bit better, not just story-wise but more in particular, in terms of it's comedy angle.

People who added this item 198 Average listal rating (129 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6.1
And whle we're on the subject of mafia themed movies, here's one that originally was supposed to go straight to DVD, but after Vin Diesel started becoming popular, it was then decided to be given a wide theatre release. It still didn't do any business, but it is a good movie that was well worth the effort.
And to be honest, prolly the best one the ol' Vinster has starred in up to date. However since dis list is about my fave flicks of 2001, then for the 2001 movie season, it only comes in at #16.
And sure, maybe it's not the top ten, but still, it made it on this list. And that's still pretty good.

People who added this item 5354 Average listal rating (3682 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 8.3
Amélie (2001)

A French film of such a picturesque quality, both in it's scenery as in it's colorful storyline, that one can't help but walk away from this movie with a smile that may contain that certain je ne sais quoi.

People who added this item 671 Average listal rating (428 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.2
Frailty (2002)
A widowed father swears that he's been touched by the hand of God and enlists his two boys in helping him to wipe out "demons" who walk in human form. But is he really a divine slayer of evil or just a serial killer with a biblical excuse?
Frailty is a movie that proves that the only thing better than a high quality serial killer flick is a high quality serial killer flick with a twist ending.

People who added this item 2026 Average listal rating (1381 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.7
Training Day (2001)
A new cop finds out that the best way to learn the beat on the streets is to get as down and as dirty as the lining on that paves their way.
And with a partner who's just as down and as dirty, the only way to determine whether or not you've got a passing grade is if you're still alive at the end of the day.

People who added this item 2786 Average listal rating (1872 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6
While many of my fellow film connoisseurs were talking up Wes Anderson's first two films, Bottle Rocket and especially Rushmore, I did't really start liking his work until this movie. I know that I'm mostly in the minority when I say this, but his previous two films before Tenenbaums didn't really do anything for me. Now, it has been awhile since I saw those sophomore efforts, so I'd have to watch 'em again to see if my indifference towards them still holds up.
Regardless, he has since become one of my favorite directors of contemporary cinema. As a matter of fact, two of his most recent works, Moonrise Kingdom and Grand Budapest Hotel are, IMO, two of the best films of this decade.
Anderson has a style of storytelling and art direction that is unique, understated, and blends well with the underlying dysfunctional drama that he likes to add into the mix. It's a brand of film-making that will probably never be suited for mass consumption, but it definitely has the potential to satisfy the appetite for those of us movie lovers who, every once in a while, just wanna expand our palettes beyond that of a typical popcorn flick.

With names like Gene Hackman, Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller and Angelica Houston,
it's no surprise that as far as dark comedies go,
The Tenenbaums are what you might call the royal family of aristocratic and eccentric dysfunction.
People who added this item 3204 Average listal rating (1974 ratings) 7.9 IMDB Rating 7.9
Another weird/surreal modern film noir by the modern master of the genre, David Lynch.
Mulholland Dr. is a road whose journey leads down the kind of very dark and dreamlike path that only Mr. lynch can provide.
Done very much in the same flair of Twin Peaks. But this time, with lesbians!

Actually, while I consider David Lynch to be the modern master of surrealism, the truth is, when I look over this list, I noticed that with films like Waking Life, Amelie, Donnie Darko, Spirited Away and this one, 2001 seems to be the year of surreal spiced cinema. And if not full-fledged surrealism, then with the addition of Ghost World, The Man Who Wasn't There, Session 9, From Hell, even Spieberg's A.I. (with it's slight Kubrick aftertaste), it's definitely a year with it's fair share of quirk.
People who added this item 317 Average listal rating (180 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.4
This here is one of those independent type of films that actors love so much because it allows them to really act in the kind of dramatic roles that will hopefully garner many accolades from critics and awards shows. As anyone can see by the way it gets desribed in it's reviews... "expertly crafted and performed... a quietly wrenching portrayal of grief", "the most evocative, the most mysterious, the most inconsolably devastating film", or "an achievement as a perfectly consummated marriage of intent and execution".
In other words, this is a movie that is so good on a thespian level, that it's one of those that is always so hard for me to describe it's quality because it's beyond my ability to use of prose. So I end up having to steal other reviewers words in order to accomplish what I can't.
In short, if you like watching actors using their skills on the highest level, then watch In The Bedroom.
On the other hand, if you prefer watching superheros or robots or Bruce Willis blowing shit up,
then don't.

People who added this item 75 Average listal rating (46 ratings) 6.1 IMDB Rating 6.3
The Anniversary is one of those great movies that seems to have gone underneath the radar for everyone else.
A Hollywood anniversary party that shows how underlying suppressed feelings can just suddenly bubble up and reveal themselves to those who spend years immersing themselves into the Tinseltown culture of shallowness and the L.A. style of distorted political correctness.

A movie about a famous fantasy novel series that I've never read. And even though I felt a bit lost through out certain plot elements, there was enough in this thickly layered tale of wizards, faeries, hobbits and bug-eyed emo moppets to allow me to loosely fill in the blanks to make at least, an over-all blanketed sense out of the whole damn thing.
Not to mention a whole boatload of cool effects and stunning art direction, at the high level of which, from my point of view, should always be expected from films of this genre.
I remember within the first ten minutes of the first movie, that even with the hype that preceded it,I could see that the effects and visuals on this thing were gonna be even more amazing than could be expected. Even the set-up of many of the scene shots seemed meticulously thought out. The only reason this movie series isn't at the very top of my list is because, the book was so chock-full of detail, that it was impossible to try and capture even of third of it's various plot-themes on film. As an end result, the entire trilogy had a feel much more of a detailed synopsis than it did of a complete story. A minor quip that still doesn't diminish my ability to enjoy this masterpiece with the grandness that is it's purpose.

People who added this item 248 Average listal rating (93 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.1
L.I.E. (2002)
While there are many changes that comes with the coming of age, the hardest has to be the psychological. Reality tends to hit hard at this point in any young person's stage of growth, but especially if life decides to throw some of it's hardest knocks at this same time. And it's during times like this that a pliable adolescent mind can become easy prey for anyone with more predatory motives. Unless, amidst the chaos, that young person can find a way to deal with the barraging uncertainties of the situation and try to decipher between what is real and what is a lie.

L.I.E. is a exemplary example of the potential that can be reached with the type of stories and themes that can only be captured through the use modern independent films. And along with other indie flicks that were released in the early 2000's (Ghost World, Tape, Manic, Donnie Darko, etc.), it showed the particular kind of promise that, IMO, laid ahead for those movies that prefer to journey through the road less traveled.
People who added this item 253 Average listal rating (124 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3
Tape (2001) (2002)
Tight and terse dialogue drive the story of Tape, a film about three old high school friends who meet up in a motel room to reminisce about old times. The reunion soon turns to reveal deep secrets with deep consequences that have yet to be settled and threaten not only the ties that bond their friendships, but the future pathway of their lives.

People who added this item 969 Average listal rating (516 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.8
Waking Life (2002)

For me, I've always found that there's something about creating philosophical discussions on film that usually comes off as kinda arrogant. Maybe it's b'cuz I feel that any kind of communication on a philosophical level has evolved nowadays to the point where it is so individually subjective, that any talks about philosophy should leave some kind room for everyone listening to it to contribute in some fashion. And even if not all can, the space should at least be there. But when it's captured on film, that is not possible for a viewer.
But obviously, with Waking Life on this list, it is one of those rare movies that proves to be the exception.
It's is a film that is made up not so much of a linear story as it is with a line-up of philosophical musings, told with expressionistic graphics of computer-generated "paint", overlaid on top of life-action. And the end result is a visual style of discussion that emphasizes that this is piece of cinematic work that is engaging, intellectually stimulating. and of course, not a kid's film. Or for those who watch films exclusively so that they can turn their brains off.

Watching Waking Life is unique movie-enjoying experience when approached with the right frame of mind.
Ot in other words, it's a flick that I found my pimp-ass sufficiently engaged in all of it's various ideas an' sh#t.
People who added this item 1030 Average listal rating (616 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5
The ironic thing about this movie is
that the man in question was there.
I know, cuz I saw this movie.
And don't worry, I'm not giving anything away by saying that.
Let me also add that, as far as the rating for this movie goes,
Billy Bob's performance is great, as usual,
James Gando is cool, as usual
and Scarlett Jo is simply gorgeous, as usual.
Over-all, a top notch quality pic from the Bros. Coen.
As usual.

People who added this item 771 Average listal rating (531 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.8
The Score (2001)
One of my favorite film genres is the heist movie. And the mark of a good quality one are the twists and unexpected turns that tend take place during the central caper-theme of the plot. For me, this movie delivers in those aspects but with the additive of the combined seasoned talents of cinema icons Robert DeNiro and Marlon Brando, along with Ed Norton, whose half limped effort does a stand-out job of keeping up with the two thespian titans.

People who added this item 1813 Average listal rating (1130 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.3
Ghost World (2002)
First, let me say that while I had seen Scarlett Johansson before in other movies, mostly her more independent work, Ghost World was the first one where she had truly "stolen my heart" (which is saying something considering that her role here is of someone who really isn't all that nice).

Now I always been a big fan of Dan Clowes' comics, mainly because his work definitely subscribed to the idea of having a "style that was all his own". When it comes to the so-called "alternative" genre, for my money, Clowes' style seems to fit in even more effectively in the medium of film than it does in the comic-book version (and don't get me wrong, his printed works mold into the genre quite successfully). From my point of view, his movies bring a well-welcomed shot of something new and different to the experience of viewing just as effectively as his comics bring to the experience of reading.
People who added this item 5386 Average listal rating (3684 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 7.7

How hard is it to put George Clooney, Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Andy Garcia, Don Chido, Bernie Mac into a Steven Soderberg movie and not have it ending up being cool?
(Actually, now that I think about it, it's not all that hard really. Just make it two sequels later, add the typically overblown acting antics of Al Pacino into the mix, dump Julia Roberts and scrap together a story that barely makes any sense and wha-la, there you have it....
the death of a forced fed franchise. One that should've been left alone in the first place. Anyways....)

While I'm not sure if the popular comparison between Clooney and Cary Grant truly holds up, if there was a movie that could come close to that comparison, IMO, it would be this one.
A great heist movie that really feels like a true update of the genre, The casually cool Clooney is supported by an incredible cast, including veterans Elliott Gould and Carl Reiner, not to mention what I consider to be an under-rated performance by Don Cheadle.
Ocean's Eleven is truly a top quality remake and provides just the right amount of escapist-fare that one might expect when it comes to plots centered around get rich quick schemes with complex plans.

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