PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

it turns out Adaptation deserves all the talk it is getting for 'best movie' nominations. Also, Nicholas Cage's best movie in whenever. Really, it's awesome on a number of levels, well written, well directed.

And really, Drumline was a lot more enjoyable than I expected it to be. Not good, mind you, and you can write the plot without seeing the trailer. I can say they did a good job with what they had and what they wanted, though.

On a related note, I present Desson Howe's top 10 films and his bottom 10 films for 2002. He made two mistakes, though. Lilo & Stitch didn't appear in the top 10, and Formula 51 belongs in the top ten, not the bottom ten.
Tags: 2002, movies

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