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  1. Are Movies Art?
    Art for the Multitude
    The American Enterprise, January 2002, p. 45
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    Hollywood Shows Soldiers Respect for a Change.
    1. Rules of Engagement (2000 Film) by William Friedkin
    The American Enterprise, July 2000, p. 52
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    Hollywood Goes to the Martian Frontier.
    1. Mission To Mars (2000 Film) by Brian De Palma
    The American Enterprise, June 2000, p. 52
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    Lady Liberty Is the Hero of Angela's Ashes.
    1. Angela's Ashes (1999 Film) by Alan Parker
    The American Enterprise, March 2000, p. 53
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    An Overseas Hint to Beverly Hills: Make Better Movies
    1. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000 Film) by Ang Lee
    The American Enterprise, April 2001, p. 51
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    Sweet Swedish Surprise
    1. Together (2000 Film) by Lukas Moodysson
    The American Enterprise, December 2001, p. 51
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    Who Stole the Grinch?
    1. The Grinch (2000 Film) by Ron Howard
    The American Enterprise, January 2001, p. 49
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    Pearl Harbor Is Shallow.
    1. Pearl Harbor (2001 Film) by Michael Bay
    The American Enterprise, July 2001, p. 51
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    Hollywood Zeroes in on Everyday Ugliness.
    1. 15 Minutes~~Fifteen Minutes (2001 Film) by John Herzfeld
    2. Series 7: The Contenders (2001 Film) by Daniel Minahan
    The American Enterprise, June 2001, p. 53
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    Hollywood Takes a Balanced, Honest Look at the War on Drugs.
    1. Traffic (2000 Film) by Steven Soderbergh
    The American Enterprise, March 2001, p. 51
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    The Sweet French Film Amelie Isn't Politically Correct Enough for Elites.
    1. Amelie (2001 Film) by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
    The American Enterprise, April 2002, p. 51
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    Treasure Planet, Disney's New Adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's Classic Adventure,...
    1. Treasure Planet (2002 Film) by Ron Clements and John Musker
    The American Enterprise, December 2002, p. 55
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    Kids Get Hollywood's Best Stuff This Season.
    The American Enterprise, January 2002, p. 53
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    The Latest Tom Clancy Film Adaptation Is a Pale Imitation of the Real Drama of Current ...
    1. The Sum of All Fears (2002 Film) by Phil Alden Robinson
    The American Enterprise, July 2002, p. 53
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    The Rookie Is Good, and Clean, and Fun.
    1. The Rookie (2002 Film) by John Lee Hancock
    The American Enterprise, June 2002, p. 52
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    Black Hawk Down (2001 Film), by Ridley Scott
    1. Black Hawk Down (2001 Film) by Ridley Scott
    The American Enterprise, March 2002, p. 53
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    Feeling Jaded about Voting? Here's an Antidote.
    1. Secret Ballot (2001 Film) by Babak Payami
    The American Enterprise, October 2002, p. 59
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    Virtual Celebrities: As Good as the Real Thing?
    1. Simone (2002 Film) by Andrew Niccol
    The American Enterprise, September 2002, p. 51
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    The real reasons they're up for Best Picture this season
    1. Chicago (2002 Film) by Rob Marshall
    2. The Hours (2002 Film) by Stephen Daldry
    3. The Pianist (2002 Film) by Roman Polanski
    4. Gangs of New York (2002 Film) by Martin Scorsese
    5. The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002 Film) by Peter Jackson
    The American Enterprise, April/May 2003, p. 55
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    See it on Imax. You'll like it
    The American Enterprise, January/February 2003, p. 56
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    Summer movie hype
    The American Enterprise, June 2003, p. 59
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    About Schmidt is Hollywood's latest smug rendition of the Midwest and the dimwitted dul...
    1. About Schmidt (2002 Film) by Alexander Payne
    The American Enterprise, March 2003, p. 49
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    Why Hollywood doesn't make 'em like it used to (most of the time)
    1. The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938 Film) by Michael Curtiz and William Keighley
    2. Open Range (2003 Film) by Kevin Costner
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2003, pp. 50-51
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    Hidalgo has the rambling appeal of a campfire yarn
    1. Hidalgo (2004 Film) by Joe Johnston
    The American Enterprise, April/May 2004, p. 53
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    Harry Potter for (all) the ages
    1. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Widescreen Edition) (2004 Film) by Alfonso Cuaron
    The American Enterprise, July/August 2004, pp. 52-53
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    An anti-American film diatribe so arrogant even left-wing critics hate it
    1. Dogville (2004 Film) by Lars von Trier
    The American Enterprise, June 2004, p. 50
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    A moving glimpse of Afghanistan's Taliban days
    1. Osama (2003 Film) by Siddiq Barmak
    The American Enterprise, March 2004, p. 46
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    New computer technology and an old sci-fi movie collide
    1. THX 1138 (1971 Film) by George Lucas
    The American Enterprise, October/November 2004, p. 53
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    You're Killing Me (Review)
    Bonnie and Clyde (1967 Film), by Arthur Penn
    1. Bonnie and Clyde (1967 Film) by Arthur Penn
    The Weekly Standard, December 18, 1995, pp. 44-45
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