Scott Hardie | January 3, 2003
Finally, after three days of writing, the list is finished. Check out my Ten Best Films of 2002 That I Saw feature, now in its fourth annual edition. All the rigorous daily movie-watching over the past two months was for this, and I'm glad I did it, but I'm going to pace myself in 2003. :-)

Scott Hardie | January 3, 2003
And please tell me what you think of it, or what your own picks would be. I'd really like to know.

Anna Gregoline | January 4, 2003
Great reviews as always, Scott. I'm glad I've not seen many movies, now I have excellent recommendations! (And oh my goodness, even though I was confused by some of it, The Mothman Prophecies made my friend Jennifer and I TERRIFIED. I watched it at her house, and then had to go home in the dark, some 6 blocks. I ran most of the way. =)

Jackie Mason | January 6, 2003
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Scott Hardie | January 6, 2003
Good point about "Gosford Park." It reminded me of Perrier water - you have endure the same unpleasant carbonation as other beverages without any sweet taste or alcoholic buzz for a reward.

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