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35 From 2: My Favorite Films From 2002

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People who added this item 1976 Average listal rating (1319 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.8

Not that much in plot or originality, but there's enough in the fun and crazy fight scenes of this film to help solidify Jason Statham's role as an action film badd-ass.
Or to put it simply,
The Transporter is a cool high octane idea, with a cool high octane character and a tankful of cool high octane action.
Ergo a cool high octane movie.
The Transporter may not be the type of film that will change cinema history, but it does fall deeply into the realm of satisfying "popcorn entertainment".
It's enjoyment from comes from being able to grab a big bucketful of popcorn, throw some M&Ms to melt over it, sit back on big marshmellowy type of Lazy Boy chair, and just enjoy the over the blacktop ride.
People who added this item 562 Average listal rating (306 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 6.6
Okay, we all know by know that hell hath no fury like that of a woman scorned.
So how can you tell whether a woman is truly in love with you or if she's just a remarkably incessant psychopath?
Well, if her infatuation is based on love, true love,
then she is after your heart.
If her infatuation is based on murderous madness,
then, she is after your heart, your lungs, your limbs, etc.
The fact that this movie has been promoted as a horror film,
makes it easy to guess which category May fits into.

People who added this item 30 Average listal rating (14 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 6.5
The Invisible (2002)
A high school teenager finds himself to be invisible to all the other kids in school. And not just cuz of his lack of personality.
The boy's a ghost. And thus begins a tale of redemption from beyond the "other side".

The Invisible (or Den Osynlige, in it's original Swedish title) is yet another fine example of a "foreign" film that got went largely ignored here in the United States because Hollywood decided to produce an inferior remake instead. And of course, in this remake (also called The Invisible, BTW), they eliminated most of the distinctive elements of the original and replaced it with the standard tricks that are supposed to help make the movie a success at the box office.
Which it wasn't.
Gotta love those formula flicks, huh?
People who added this item 3824 Average listal rating (2466 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.5
The depiction of the quest for power among the lower ranks of society during the burgeoning years of the Four Corners of the Big Apple.
To be honest, while I liked this tale of the struggles of the original gangstas of New York, back when the grit in the hearts of it's denizens was just as grimey as the mud on it's horse-trodden streets,
at the end of the day, I don't think this is one of Martin Scorcese's best films.
The characteristics of charisma and chemistry that tend to shoot out of most of Scorcese's films seem to be quite lacking in this movie, despite a stellar cast that includes Leonardo DeCaprio, Cameron Diaz and Daniel Day Lewis.
But still, I include it on my year's favorites, because it's enjoyable none the less, particularly when compared to the standard fare that occupies most theatre screens today.

People who added this item 688 Average listal rating (453 ratings) 5.8 IMDB Rating 6.5
Samuel L. Jackson is an angry tired black man who just wants to know....
"Will somebody please get these motherf#ckin' Afflecks offa these motherf#ckin' lanes!?"

People who added this item 3951 Average listal rating (2720 ratings) 6.2 IMDB Rating 6.7
Signs (2002)
How do you get a former priest whose lost his faith to "open his eyes" and believe again?
Try sending down an alien or two to start forming big ol' circles in his crops.

I really liked the theme of a man-of-faith who has lost his faith that provided the personality conflict of the Mel Gibson's character.
For my standards, I found the first part of this flick almost matched The Sixth Sense in terms of building up the creep factor.
However, once the guilt-ridden veterinarian (played by M. Knight) announced that he had an alien in his kitchen, and then just drove off (...uhmnnn...whut....?),
it kinda began showing "signs" of the kind of rushed, crumbling logic that we could expect to dominate Shyamalan's future films.
Still, in the end, for me, the majority of this movie makes for an over-all solid down-to-Earth alien thriller.
Not to mention, that it's always cool to see Joaquin Phoenix in a role that depicts him as a normal person, as opposed to the alien life-form that he has since become. Nowadays, he's seems more frightening than the extra-terrestrials of this or any other sci-fi-horror film.

People who added this item 2936 Average listal rating (1866 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 7.2
Lilo & Stitch (2002)
Take E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,
make Elliot more ethnic and change him into a girl,
then take E.T. himself and make him alot more bad-@ss, but still cute,
and then transform the whole thing into a cartoon,
and there you go.
You've got this movie.

People who added this item 2134 Average listal rating (1338 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.2
I've had my fair share of nights where, no matter how many sheep I count, I just can't get to sleep.
So, what I end up doing, is , late at night, I sit behind my computer, log onto this site, and spend massive amounts of time into the wee hours of the morning, making up lists and posting 'em here for your pleasure.
So, along with a movie directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Al Pacino, Hilary Swank and an out of character Robin Williams, I guess that we can all thank insomnia for that.

People who added this item 501 Average listal rating (361 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 6.8
Dog Soldiers (2002)
What do you do when the werewolves begin to attack systematically and in packs?
Send in the troops.
And then just sit back, and enjoy, as the bullets, blood, big booms and British accents fly.

People who added this item 1542 Average listal rating (979 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.8
Up to this point in time, Robin Williams had a career where if he wasn't playing the zany, manic comedic lead,
then he was the caring soul with humorous heart of gold (Awakenings, Good Will Hunting).
But in 2002, the "can't stand still" comedian was determined to show that he had a dark side. A very dark side.
This was the year when "Mork" appeared not just in one film, but two where he portrayed a more antagonistic type of character. Instead of murdering 'em with laughter, his roles were now murdering 'em with....well, y'know ....murder.

People who added this item 5939 Average listal rating (4111 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 8.1
In Forrest Gump, Tom Hanks ran across the country in search of a meaning.
In Catch Me If You Can, he runs across the country in search of Leonardo DiCaprio.
Run Forrest, RUN!!

People who added this item 1339 Average listal rating (798 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 6.9

A secretary finds that the responsibilities of her duties and her relationship with her boss have evolved (though some may say "devolved") from a brand spanking new job into just a spanking job.
Now, while I found this movie engagingly quirky and for the most part, kinda sexy,
it really would've been higher on my list if only (and this is definitely a spoiler alert!!) the lead character, at one point of the movie, wouldn't have taken a dump in her wedding dress.
Call me a stiff shirt, but in my opinion, I don't think that's very romantic.
Like, at all.
People who added this item 3187 Average listal rating (2096 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 6.8
Panic Room (2002)

Jodie Foster (along with the chick from Twilight :/) takes on three tough thugging thieves (a corn-rolled Jared Leto, the usually lazy-eyed Forest Whitaker, and the rarely seen hatless Dwight Yoakum) who have broken into her newly acquired home in search for some hidden loot.
Seeking safety in the panic room, she ends up utilizing it's security in a manner that turns the tables on the thieves. What should've been a simple caper for them, instead becomes the longest night that they've ever experienced on the job.

People who added this item 2822 Average listal rating (1895 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 7
Phone Booth (2003)
Colin Farrell plays Stu Shepard, a smooth-talking, self-serving, fast-track publicist who, in the dominating age of the cell phone, ends up getting stuck in a phone booth (which is lucky for this movie, since that's the title of this flick). Not because the booth door is jammed, but because there's a sniper with the scope's red dot resting firmly right between his eyes. communicating thru the land-line, the assassin begins a barrage of questioning targeted straight at immorality of Stu'S heart.
Soon surrounded with the police (unaware of the reality of Stu's situation) and by the consequences of his life's decisions, outwitting the intelligent psychopath on the other end of the line is his only way out.

People who added this item 4726 Average listal rating (3322 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.7

Mission Impossible meets Blade Runner with a dash of the Bourne Identity & maybe just a hint of The Fugitive.
And as a sci-fi adventure flick with a lead role by Tom Cruise and directed by Steven Spielberg, how can you go wrong?
People who added this item 2076 Average listal rating (1268 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7
Adaptation is an adaptation of a book (The Orchid Thief....which in my opinion would've been just as good a title for the movie, if not better) in which the viewer is subjected to just one, but two Nicolas Cages. For the price of one.
Don't know if that's a good thing or not,
but there you go.

People who added this item 2424 Average listal rating (1528 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 7.1
For those of you who haven't seen this movie, you can probably figure out what the plot is about just by the title.
Actually, when you really think about it, the title of the flick sorta defeats the whole purpose of these description boxes.
besides being about a boy, there's also enough of the uber-gorgeous Rachel Weisz in the film to help qualify it as one of my favorites of '02.

With the first chapter of the Harry Potter film franchise proving to be almost as successful as the book, the 2nd in the series is released (and in the nick of time considering that the movies must coincide with the age of the children actors) and solidifies that the kid with the lightning scar is worthy of the reputation of being "The Chosen One". Particularly when it comes to the tweener targeted box office.

Now because these first HP films were targeted towards a more younger demographic, the stories didn't really grab me as mush as the later, darker stories. However, I was still able to enjoy 'em for the colorful enthusiasm and youthful energy they take towards the initial arcane adventures of Harry, Hermione, Ron and the rest of Hogwarts' spellbinding sorcerous student body.

People who added this item 273 Average listal rating (149 ratings) 6.7 IMDB Rating 7.1
Kids, this movie isn't just another example of yet another underrated Val Kilmer performance, but more importantly, it's also a good example of why you should always say no to drugs.
In the plot of The Salton Sea, the villain snorted so much coke, that his nose completely disintegrated away.
Or, to paraphrase a semi-famous quote,
"There's a reason why drugs are called 'dope'". Take it from someone who nose.

People who added this item 1266 Average listal rating (742 ratings) 6.6 IMDB Rating 7.1
About Schmidt (2002)

Jack decides it's time to step away from the more spotlight movies and start flexing some acting muscles to remind everyone that he's not just the joltin' Jackster that Hollywood has decided to iconicly cement him into.
Jack plays a role of which we're not accustomed to seeing him in. A man who after a lifetime made up of a reliable yet indifferent job, a dutiful wife who makes him sandwiches for lunch and a family that has just simply moved on, now finds himself alone and purposeless.
And thus begins a journey for identity and meaning in which, hopefully, the end result will be some tidbits of inner-discovery that will help to ease the last-leg phase of a meandering life that is, basically, about Schmidt.
People who added this item 854 Average listal rating (531 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 6.2
Solaris (2002)
There's a strange phenomenon occurring on a space station orbiting the planet of Solaris.
To try and figure out what exactly this phenomenon is, psychologist Dr. Chris Kelvin takes a trip onboard to investigate. And what he finds is that the Solaris space crew is not alone. Each member, including himself, is accompanied on the space station with memories. "Living", walking, talking, and most dangerous of all, tortured, memories.

This millenial update of 1972's Solaris may not be as good as the first version, but let's be honest here, despite Steven Soderbergh being at the helm and Soderbergh's claim to try and stick closer to its source material, this version stood almost no chance of replicating the masterpiece status that is Tarkovsky's.
However, in the end, as a stand alone work, it's still holds up a solid modern science fiction film, and as a remake, it comes off as a more streamlined version that effectively updates the theme of it's original.
People who added this item 8662 Average listal rating (6364 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3
Spider-Man (2002)

Mild mannered Peter Parker is bitten by a radioactive spider, resulting in super-powers that grant him the proportionate abilities of the eight-legged arachnid. Leading into a story where the young webslinging teen-ager truly learns that "with great power comes great responsibility".
As a comicbook nerd, I was pleased with Marvel's 1st. initial effort at trying to do what Burton did with the Batman: Introduce the webhead as a serious legitimate property for film.
One of the things that usually bugs (pun unintentional) me about comicbook based movies is that the changes made in the character's universe for the sake of the film are usually so off, that it oft-times it strays away too far from the character's unique feel that helped to separate it from that of other superheroes.
Spider-Man's debut featured adaptations in the wallcrawler's world that showed that not only did Sam Raimi and crew understand the character's premise, but also, respected it as well.
People who added this item 539 Average listal rating (275 ratings) 7 IMDB Rating 7.3
The story of the rise and fall of the Manchester Music scene of the 80's, including the famous Hacienda dance club and the small indie record label Factory Records (which supposedly was named after all the "factory closing" signs that hung around all of Manchester at the time...and probably served as an ironic sign of things to come for the record label).
I think that one of the main reasons I have such a soft spot in my heart for 24 Hour Party People may be because this is the film that introduced me to alot of my favorite "shoegazer" bands. Like The Smiths, Happy Mondays, Stone Roses and Ride. This movie was kind of like the beginning of my own personal British Invasion.
Actually, now that I think about it, with the inclusion of other films from over the pond like About A Boy, Chamber Of Secrets, Dog Soldiers, 28 Days and finally, this movie,
2002 has proven to be quite the year of British cinema for me.

People who added this item 3654 Average listal rating (2463 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.6
28 Days Later (2002)

Y'know, the concept of zombies has gotten bogged down with the campiness that has overtaken this horror sub-genre over the years, that the horror aspect seems to have been practically filtered out. And though alot of this may be due to the logistic of being able to easily escape these stumbling monstrocities, the fact is, if anyone reading this actually saw a zombie, they'd still be scared to the point of shittin' out their own skeletons. If at least by the idea that they have born witness to something as "death-defying" as an entity of the "undead".
This movie attempts to address these issues by respectfully replacing the idea of rising from the dead more akin to being infected with a rabid mind-devolving plague. And IMO, that's enough to turn the concept of a zombie into a more reality like creature that's pretty damn scary. Especially when added to the fact that they can now move fast enough to actually catch you.
  The Two Towers is the second chapter in a film franchise that is based off of what is probably the most famous fantasy novel series ever published, the Lord of the Rings. And despite being a fan of the genre, it's one that I've never read (I meant to, but just never got around to it). Because of this, I must admit I felt a bit lost throughout certain plot elements than ran throughout this trilogy. But, in the end, it didn't really matter all that much since there was enough in this thickly layered tale of wizards, faeries, hobbits and bug-eyed emo moppets to allow a non-fan such as myself to loosely fill in the blanks and make at least, an over-all blanketed sense out of the whole damn thing.
      In this installment, the grand epic tale of how to get rid of a ring of tremendous evil power and influence continues (something that I'm sure most divorcees can relate to). In this second chapter to the Jackson film series, scattered members of the Fellowship find themselves in various depths of Middle-Earth, but all with equally dangerous levels of peril on the paths of their journey, thanks to the minions of Sauron, who has virtually taken control of the mystic realm.

  This was one of the first sword & sorcery genre flicks that recieved the same kind of accolades that is usually reserved for more Academy Award targeted projects and featured a whole boatload of cool effects and stunning art direction, at the high level of which, IMO, should always be expected from films of this genre. The fact that this movie made it only up to #11 on this list is a testament to the amount of quality movies released for this year. I'm sure that on any other year this film would've easily made the top spot of this list, let alone my top ten.
People who added this item 1547 Average listal rating (957 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.6
25th Hour (2002)
After starting out strong in the 1980's with ground breaking films centered around racially themed social issues, Spike Lee is one of those director who's "fire" seems to have pretty much fizzled out. And although he continues to crank out work that doesn't get as much attention as the early stages of his career, he does pepper in every once in a while a piece of cinema that reminds us why Siskel and Ebert once regarded him as one of the most upcoming talents behind the camera.
The 25th Hour is one those reminders.

Featuring a kick-ass talent pool of thespian craftsmen like Ed Norton, Barry Pepper, Phillip Seymore Hoffman, Rosario Dawson and Brian Cox,
it's a day's long journey through a man final 24 hours of freedom before entering the prison system.
And even though the main plot point is about a man trying to make amends for his breaks in the law that he must now pay social debts for, the movie also includes a subplot revolving around the 9-11 after effects, the first fiction based film to do so since the Big Apple first suffered the attacks.
People who added this item 129 Average listal rating (73 ratings) 7.7 IMDB Rating 7.5
A story of overcast themes as three working class families, each stuck in the small world of the same housing estate, travel through the ups and downs that come from a life that consists of simply trying to get by. Suffering the stagnant blues that come from living in the grey world of blue collars, when crisis arises, it is only through the pooling their deeply hidden emotional resources give each family a chance to rise above the low bar that has been set for them.

People who added this item 135 Average listal rating (79 ratings) 6.3 IMDB Rating 6.6
Ripley's Game (2003)
Tom Ripley is a crime novel character whom I never heard of until the film adaptation of The Talented Mr. Ripley from 1999. After hearing that there was series of books based on this guy, I looked up the movie versions to give 'em a looksee. And I gotta say, this final installment of the cinematic series, Ripley's Game, is definitely my favorite of the bunch.
Labeled as a "dapper sociopath", Tom is a man who enjoys his creature comforts and does not mind attaining them through the use of dangerous scams and even murder. By the time of this story, he has amassed a body count of a serial killer and a lavish life of leisure. However, despite a conscience filled to the brim with amorality, Ripley finds himself acting the role of vengeful hero.
Brilliantly portrayed by John Malkovich, who dominates the persona of the character better than any other actor who played the role, this is a game that finds viewers rooting for a mass murderer before TV's Dexter made such a thing vogue.

People who added this item 2131 Average listal rating (1465 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 7.3

For me, this is kind of like a "The Matrix Unloaded".
A very stunningly stylish movie that features action sequences that any martial arts or straight-up action flick would be proud to call it's own. And even tho the story, like The Matrix, seems like it can lose it's audience every couple of turns and again, it does have a more solid and linear structure, making it is possible for the viewer to get back onto understanding it's premise.
And I liked that since Equilibrium did not have the big budget that it's computer themed bigger succeeding cousin had, that it came up with a concept called "Gun Kata", to allow for the insane bullet hails that make these types of gun-toting movies the kind that could cause even the hardiest NRA member to bust his own cap.

People who added this item 4189 Average listal rating (2878 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.9
With movie franchises becoming the booming business of corporate cinema, it was no surprise that after many years, super-spy and assassin extraordinaire Jason Bourne finally came to life on the big screen.
Waking up one day with no memory of he is, a mysterious man find himself on a fisherman's ship, on his person are some wounds and a few clues clues of his past.
Soon, he comes across a name that might be his and some kind of shadow conspiracy to have him killed. He also realizes that he's trained for combat at a very high level. But can his abilities keep him alive long enough so that he can discover just what exactly is his born identity?
Directed by Doug Liman and portrayed by Mr. Matt Damon, this film series succeeded in bringing the character, originally set in the eighties, up to date and up to speed.

People who added this item 2060 Average listal rating (1401 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.9

A martial arts movie with beautifully colored fighting themes, an actual purpose in it's plot-line and more arrows than some metaphor that would contain a point about many more arrows that any situation would ever deem necessary.
An epic kung-fu flick that is way more poetic than this or any other description of Hero could ever hope to be.
People who added this item 3214 Average listal rating (2066 ratings) 8.3 IMDB Rating 8.6

For me, watching this Brazilian-based film feels almost exactly like watching a documentary. One frighteningly all-too real scene involves a young (incredibly young) kid gang member who is cornered by a much older gang leader from another troupe and then is asked to choose between getting shot in the hand or in the foot. In my opinion, it is a scene that holds more power, depth and context than most movies contain in their entirety. An incredibly eye-opening and moving picture that reveals the true grit of violence, hopelessness and poverty of the South American slums that lie behind tourist paradises such as Rio de Janeiro and the like.
People who added this item 2266 Average listal rating (1409 ratings) 7.3 IMDB Rating 7.7

Based off of a graphic novel of the same name, Road To Perdition is a quality film that addresses an area of the mobster life that rarely gets any notice from most movies from this genre: the relationship of a gangster with his kid(s) when the child is at the age in which the the parent's influence is most strongest and begins to crystalize in the kid's identity. Just this one aspect of the mafia lifestyle is enough to open a new set of ideas for future movies plotlines that focus on those in the world of organized crime.
Tom Hanks wanders out of his standard role to play an assasin who, along with his only survivng son, is on the run from the crime syndicate which he formerly called home. A life and death experience which reveals that there's a difference between the blood that is spilled for a mob-family and the blood that is shared between a real family.
People who added this item 1494 Average listal rating (945 ratings) 6.9 IMDB Rating 7.3

A P.T. Anderson effort that delves into how an unforseeable strength & driving force can result when two souls take the jump into the unfamiliar territory that is the map of the human heart. A map whose directions seem only to reveal themselves on a need to know basis. But wait...!
It stars Adam Sandler? Who puts the effort of actually acting in it?
And in the end, does a good job?
To the point, that it becomes the very first movie starring the waterboy that I not only ended up actually enjoying, but also, now come to regard as one of my favorite romance films ever?
verily, the seventh seal hath been broken.
People who added this item 458 Average listal rating (269 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 7.5

An island heritage that is already desperately trying to hold onto it's own identity, finds itself even more challenged when a little girl tries desperately to fit into it in a manner that would break one if it's fundamental "rules". For, in order to triumph, she must dispel the ages old belief that to achieve the mantle of a chieftain, one must be a male.

And in the process, she ends up making both that old tradition and a pack of whales, her b#tchez.
Yay for Girl Power!

Alot of good movies this year. Had a hard time choosing which should go in the top ten. And the enjoyment levels that I got from these top 20 are so close together, that I may find myself continually rearranging this year's list.
This was also a year that included some great (& pretty powerful) performances from very young kids with the films Whale Rider, In America, City Of God & Punch Drunk Love.
so maybe Adam Sandler isn't a kid. But his maturity level tends to lend itself to that of one pretty comfortably.
even though I have only one film that made it into my personal rating system of five full stars,
the amount of three star+ films for this particular year easily extends not only up to twenty, but even beyond.
Just a boatload of good movies for this list in an amount that I rarely get to experience on any other year.

Updated Entries:
- Chicago
- The Nest
- The Pianist
- Roger Dodger

Films from this year that I have not seen but am interested in seeing:
- Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance
- Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
- Bowling For Columbine

Other Fave Movies Lists By Year:

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My Top 20 Female Movie Bad-Asses www.listal.com/list/my-top-10-female

10 Movies That Feature A Dancin' Travolta In 'Em www.listal.com/list/my-list-9158

My Top 15 Guilty Pleasure Movies www.listal.com/list/guilty-pleasures-thecelestial

Can't We Be Dysfunctional Like A Normal Family? www.listal.com/list/dysfunctional-family-movies

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- Run For Your Lives! My 25 Fave Giant Monster Films www.listal.com/list/my-top-10-favorite-giant

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- Romantic Comedies www.listal.com/list/my-top-30-romantic-comedies
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