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The only title in my top ten with that kind of bold invention was "Requiem for a Dream," although "Traffic" did a skillful job of juggling parallel stories and "George Washington" was a triumph of style in a more muted key. "I almost hugged myself" during "Almost Famous," I wrote, and a friend told me he was looking forward to seeing it again even before it was over.
"Wonder Boys" was the kind of character study that evokes another person's life so observantly we know our way around in it--and so, in a comedy, was "High Fidelity." Two of the year's best films, "You Can Count on Me" and "George Washington," evoked the feelings of the characters instead of just marching them past the stations of the plot; they didn't force closure on stories that by their nature could not be closed.
In the film, Patrick Fugit is perfectly cast as the young, bright, earnest kid who talks himself into a magazine assignment and goes on the road with a band named Stillwater.
One performance after another is performed with uncanny accuracy: Billy Crudup as the rock-god lead guitarist, not as fearsome as he looks; Kate Hudson as the groupie Penny Lane, who adores the Crudup character but takes sympathy on the kid; Frances Mc Dormand as the hero's mother, trusting him on this first step into adulthood but laying down the law about drugs and lecturing Crudup over the phone in a classic scene; and Jason Lee, as the lead singer, who wants better billing on the T-shirts.2.
An Inconvenient Truth won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Deliver Us from Evil won the Satellite Award for Best Documentary Film.
Happy Feet won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film.
Cars won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film.
Her films have grossed over .5 billion worldwide, and she was the highest-paid actress in the world in 20.Pan's Labyrinth won the Satellite Award for Best Animated or Mixed Media Feature.Letters from Iwo Jima won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film.And in "Pollock," Ed Harris learned to paint (or at least look like he could paint) like Jackson Pollack, in a film suggesting it was easier to paint Pollack's paintings than live his life. "Almost Famous"Huckleberry Finn as 15-year-old rock critic, in one of the best coming-of-age movies ever made.Writer-director Cameron Crowe based the film on his own experiences, when he was 15, convinced a Rolling Stone editor he was an adult, and was assigned to accompany the Allman Brothers on a road trip.