Tom Keogh,

  1. The Man Who Cried 2000 While we may like what we see, it's impossible to comprehend what much of it means or why we should care.
  2. Reindeer Games (Deception) 2000 Frankenheimer does make Reindeer Games a bigger experience than it might have been in anyone else's hands.
  3. Shaft 2000 A decent popcorn movie.
  4. Music of the Heart 1999 It may be premature to think Craven just doesn't spark outside the horror genre, but there's nothing here to suggest the opposite.
  5. The Wood 1999 A fair and admirable comedy we haven't quite seen before.
  6. As Good As It Gets 1997 A lovely act of cinematic evolution from confusion to enlightenment.
  7. Year of the Horse: Neil Young & Crazy Horse Live 1997 Both a quirky little movie and a monument to one of rock 'n' roll's greatest noisemakers.
  8. The Doom Generation 1995 You sense that there is so much more at stake here than meets the eye, an extraordinary anger about and fear of 90s purposelessness and predatory intolerance.
  9. The Usual Suspects 1995 Lots of fun and a very handsome, widescreen production by director Bryan Singer, who co-wrote the original script with once-and-future partner (and ex-private detective) Christopher McQuarrie.
  10. Swimming with Sharks 1994 When it comes time to take this drama to another level, addressing the darker and more pertinent issue of why Guy puts up with it and what he wants out of life, Huang is right there.

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