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Talk to Her (2002)
Here is a film about women in comas and the men who love them. However, as the story unfolds, we learn that each man has a radically different perspective on love, yet they are able to bond with one another, maintain a friendship, and offer forgiveness. Talk to Her is a rare and...
Full Approvalreview posted: May 18, 2005
In America (2002)
In America is a brilliant film about an Irish family who moves to New York in search of better opportunities for themselves. While this sounds like a cliche, the story and characters are anything but, and because of this, they resonate deeply with the viewer. Instead of a hackneyed...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 18, 2005
The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)
The Motorcycle Diaries tells the story of a life-changing journey that future Cuban revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara and his friend Alberto Granado made on a motorcycle through South America in 1952. At the time, Guevara was 23 years old, and Granado was 29. They set out to see the...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 10, 2005
Peeping Tom (1960)
When Peeping Tom was first released in 1960, it was universally reviled by critics and audiences alike for its sadism and mixing of sex and violence, and essentially ended the career of its director, Michael Powell. To say it was misunderstood at the time would be an understatement, as...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 9, 2005
Finding Neverland (2004)
Finding Neverland tells a story about how playwright James M. Barrie got his inspiration for writing his most famous play, Peter Pan. But this moving film is not only about that, but also about the ways in which we deal with difficult times in our lives, and sadness, and most of all the...
Full Approvalreview posted: April 2, 2005
Maria Full of Grace (2004)
Maria Full of Grace is a gripping drama about the decisions we make and the hell we put ourselves through to provide for those we love. First-time writer-director Joshua Marston has crafted a brutally realistic look inside the business of drug mules in such a way that is at times...
Full Approvalreview posted: March 31, 2005
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Mutilating zombies has never been funnier than in Shaun of the Dead. Taking a page from the Evil Dead franchise, this film provides plenty of blood, guts, and gut-busting comedy. But what's really brilliant about it is that it doesn't limit itself to comedy and zombie-killing, but also...
Full Approvalreview posted: March 28, 2005
I Heart Huckabees (2004)
I Heart Huckabees is a film about everything and nothing all at once. Actually, that's a lie, it's not about that at all. Well, it is, sort of. It pretends to be about existentialism but really what it's about is satirizing philosophy and exposing how ludicrous the whole thing is. There...
Full Approvalreview posted: March 23, 2005
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