Movies Of 2001

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1.“Cast Away”. Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. March 19, 2001
This article emphasizes the idea that no matter how many obstacles are put in our path, we will find ways to accept them. This article is well written, but has limited amounts of information present.

2. “Caveman’s Valentine”. Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. #cavemansvalentine March 18, 2001
This article states that there are many nice touches to the thriller. Samuel L. Jackson portrays his character very well. This article does not have much information on “Caveman’s Valentine”, but it written well.

3. “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” Dogpile Online: Netscape Navigator. March 18,2001
This article describes “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” as “The Matrix” of traditional martial arts films. This movie of revenge is brought to life by its magnificent combat scenes. This article provides a great review and is written well.

4. “Down to Earth”. Google Online: Netscape Navigator. March 17, 2001
The synopsis of this movie reveals that “Down to Earth” is based on the 1978 movie “Heaven can Wait”. This article gives a detailed description of the movie and is easy to read.

5. “Enemy at the Gates”. Dogpile Online: Netscape Navigator. March 20, 2001
The article tells of how “Enemy at the Gates” brings to life the battle of Stalingrad. The movie is very long and there is not suspense or action to hold the viewers attention. The article is well written and clearly explains the movie.

6. Ebert, Roger. “Billy Elliot”. Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. March 21, 2001
Ebert describes “Billy Elliot” as awkwardly put together and unexplainable shifts in characters. This article is well written and easy to understand.

7. “Fellowship of The Rings”. Google Online: Netscape Navigator March 20, 2001
This article describes “Fellowship of the Rings” an amazing picture that are dead on the books, and bring them to life. The article not smoothly written and lacks much description.

8. “Finding Forrester”. Dogpile Online: Netscape Navigator March 20,2001
This article includes director Van Sant’s views of how “Finding Forrester” is a progression form his “Good Will Hunting”. This article is focused on the director’s and screenwriter’s views of the film. It is written well and easily readable.

9. Fred, Chris. “15 Minutes”. Google Online: Netscape Navigator. Fred describes “15 Minutes” as trying to portray the truth about the society of America. This article is poorly written.

10. Holt, Dera. “Traffic”. Yahoo Online: Netscape Navigator. March 17, 2001
Holt describes the films great writing, compelling plot, and amazing cinematography.
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