Best Movies of 2002
The main reason that 2002 is my favourite year for movies.
How could any movie beat The Two Towers? Great action sequences, great acting, great characters, great story, great battles... a great movie overall. This entire movie trilogy should forever stay the best in the history of all movies, and especially since it was the movie trilogy that could never be made. The author himself said the books were unsuitable for dramatic representation. The Two Towers is absolutely the best movie of 2002, and nothing should ever beat it. EVER.
Movie is a Masterpiece. The Battle of Helms Deep is easily one of the best cinematic battles ever created. Also this movie should be above Spiderman.
Spiderman was the worst superhero movie. This movie was epic.
Spiderman sucks and this film was amazing.
The best movie in the franchise.
That's a great movie
Best movie of 2002.
Leonardo DiCaprio+Tom hanks+Steven Spielberg=Best thing in the whole planet
This Was Alright Since Spielberg was the
Producer & had Tom Hanks.
So underrated. This movie was my childhood and I was happy to see the cool scenes in this film.
A film that presents interesting philosophy to an interesting idea: what if we had the ability to predict crimes in the future? Is the government in the right to arrest people who haven't even done the crime yet? This and more is explored in Minority Report.
This film brings out what true rap is all about, the acting not only from Eminem, but everyone's is awesome! And it's so realistic, all the struggles and problems it's just so amazing, my favorite film of all time.
Best movie of 2002.. but I did love spiderman but this movie is just the movie. I relate to it on personal levels and the struggles he went through.
My favorite movie! I want to become a rapper, but Eminem's role in this film is great enough for that not to be the reason
I've never seen it but it featured one of the best songs of all time.
I like this movie but where is Kung-PoW it came out on January 31, 2002 it is a hilarious action movie
An excellent movie about the struggles off a pianist to survival in the 2nd World War
This is one of the movies Makoto Shinkai made before "Your Name" in 2016. As expected of that director, this movie has an emotionally-gripping story masterfully done along with an slight edge of mental trippy-ness.
Another gem by Ghibli. Granted, not really as good when compared to the masterpieces by Ghibli studios, but within itself it is still a solid movie.
No it doesn't you just hate cgi Scooby Doo.
and the ridiculous Scrappy wanting to kill his uncle. that's so out of character.
This movie sucks.
This is an excellent movie, it's funny, romantic and Sandra Bullock's acting as per usual was amazing!
Richard Gere prooves he can do musicals. Which is more than what I can say for the Mamma Mia trio Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard
This movie is amazing