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2003 was a really bad year for movies
From the movies which I have seen, only three films would be what I consider great and one of them isn't even released in the US until 2004 (Hero). The other two would be Return of the King and Mystic River. There were a number of good films, but doesn't quite do it for me: Lost in Translation, X2, Big Fish, Master and Commander. And of course a whole boatload of mediocre movies.
On the other hand, there must have been a record number of truly horrific films. By this, I don't mean just bad, but ones that you wouldn't see again if you got paid to do it. Of the movies I've seen, these all got F ratings: Phone Booth, Holes, Legally Blonde 2, Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions, Daredevil, and 2 Fast 2 Furious. Several others were pretty close. Some others which I have not seen but heard awful stories about: Gigli, Cat in the Hat, Bad Boys 2, and Mambo Italiano.
I am talking actual movies here; there were quite a few outstanding acting performances including one which I consider the best given by anyone so far in the 2000's, that being Charlize Theron in Monster. It's the best performance I've seen since Ian McKellen in Gods and Monsters.
I definitely say Matrix Revolutions was the worst of 2003. I did not watch the previous 2, and I'm not a fan too. And alot of people say the first two were better.
Originally Posted by aMaZiN'RaCeGuY>
The first 2 were better
The matrix was the best
reloaded was good but not great
revolutions was just stupid
I had a good time at the movies this year.
Both Matrix movies, Open Range, M&C, The Missing and, of course, RoTK. Probably more that I can't remember.
2004 looks good and 2005 looks even better.
You're right about not many great movies and lots of good ones.
With the advances in technology, it's a great time to be a movie fan.
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