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Requiem for a Dream (2000)
a work of art, to sum it up. this film breaks all the rules and yet keeps to them ... you will understand if you have seen the film ... the jump-cuts and quick shots and various enterings of imagery are extremely effective in their repetitiveness ... on top of this, the acting and chilling soundtrack complete the work as a thing of beauty in the reality that it leaves chokingly open on the sidewalk for all to see.
The Devil's Advocate (1997)
this movie received many many bad reviews, including personal opinions of friends of mine ... however, the premise, script (although thin at times) and finished product were all amazing ... keanu reeves gives an extremely surprising performance ... when it starts off he is every character he has played, not a bad character actor, but not over the top, just a regular guy... but as the story progresses his ability takes on a transformation and he really astonishes ... of course, al pacino's performance goes without saying; he is a genius in any and all of his movies ... and charlize theron is at her best as she often is in her films ... however, despite both pacino's and theron's talented performances reeves is the one to watch ... look out for the change in him ... it is completely awe-inspiring...
High Fidelity (2000)
one of the smartest hollywood flicks i have ever seen ... this could have been a simple mix of a guy who is into music and how it affects his relationships with women, but it goes so much further ... completely not what i expected from either hollywood or john cusack ... i have new respect for him after seeing this, and knowing that he wrote at least some of the lines ... and there are so many good ones ... an amazingly intelligent movie :)