Scott Hardie | July 7, 2002
Write-in poll: What future movie do you most want to see? This could be one week or one decade in the future, doesn't matter, as long as it's actually getting made.

Lori Lancaster | July 7, 2002
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Matthew Preston | July 7, 2002
I am really looking forward to Episode III, but I have to go with the new Matrix flicks coming out next year. I walked away from the first movie craving so much more. I can't wait.

Lori Lancaster | July 7, 2002
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Anna Gregoline | July 7, 2002
Second Lord of the Rings. The first one blew me away.

Scott Hardie | July 7, 2002
For me, primarily Lord of the Rings 2, but also Matrix 2 and Star Trek 10. For non-sequels, The Pianist, The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, and, believe it or not, 8 Mile.

Matthew Preston | July 7, 2002
Lori, did you know about the AniMatrix coming out shortly before the two new movies? It's just what it sounds like, anime of the Matrix characters and a plot line leading right up to the second flick. Ten films to be exact (released online) and talk of the last one being released theatrically.

You can see more about it here.

K. R. | July 8, 2002
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Brannan Conrad | July 10, 2002
Hmm, not looking foreward to Lord of the Rings II, the first one disappointed me greatly, same with SW3, however, I hear that the next Batman is coming out next year and is directed by the same guy who did Pi and Requiem for Dream, so it should be good. And I hear catwoman is back.


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