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The year in review as seen by Chad J. Shonk.


Films:

I.
ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND
THE AVIATOR
CLOSER

II.
BEFORE SUNSET
KILL BILL, VOLUME II
SIDEWAYS
KINSEY
FINDING NEVERLAND

III.
THE BROWN BUNNY
HOTEL RWANDA
THE BOURNE SUPREMACY
THE INCREDIBLES
FAHRENHEIT 911
HOUSE OF FLYING DAGGERS
RAY

Also Worth Watching: TEAM AMERICA: WORLD POLICE, SUPER-SIZE ME, SPIDERMAN 2, GARDEN STATE, SHAUN OF THE DEAD, MILLION DOLLAR BABY, ANCHORMAN, DODGEBALL

In fairness, things I missed or have not yet seen: A VERY LONG ENGAGEMENT, MARIA FULL OF GRACE, WE DON'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE, BIRTH, THE SEA INSIDE, BEYOND THE SEA, PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, FRIDAY NIGHT LIGHTS, SPANGLISH

Worst films that I bothered to see: ALEXANDER, IN GOOD COMPANY, NAPOLEON DYNAMITE

Best Performances:

Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet in ETERNAL SUNSHINE
Leonardo DiCaprio in THE AVIATOR
Jamie Foxx in RAY
Natalie Portman in GARDEN STATE and CLOSER
Clive Owen in CLOSER
David Carradine in KILL BILL VOL 2
Paul Giamati and Thomas Hayden Church in SIDEWAYS
Virginia Madsen and Sandra Oh in SIDEWAYS
Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy in BEFORE SUNSET
Don Cheadle in HOTEL RWANDA
Liam Neeson in KINSEY
Paul Rudd and Steve Carrel in ANCHORMAN
Johnny Depp in FINDING NEVERLAND
Hillary Swank in MILLION DOLLAR BABY

Top three movies I'm looking forward to next year:

STAR WARS EPISODE III: REVENGE OF THE SITH
SERENITY
SIN CITY

Seven Television shows that were worth watching in 2004:

Lost
Angel
Rescue Me
Veronica Mars
Chappelle's Show
Scrubs
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart

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