Film of 2003?

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I think I'm going to have to say RotK, although that's partially because I only saw it on Tuesday, so it's still fresh in my mind.
 

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For me it would have to be Finding Nemo.
 

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I haven't either and even though RotK would be great I think Nemo would still just about edge it for me due to the the fact its funny and enjoyable.
 

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ROTK for me atm, although I'm just about to watch Battle Royale 2, so that may change :D
 

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kippa said:
ROTK for me atm, although I'm just about to watch Battle Royale 2, so that may change :D
I'm still undecided on it. The story seems stronger this time around, but the characters are nowhere near as compelling.
 

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I'm having problems remembering what films were shown in 2003...

I've not seen LOTR ROTK but I have a feeling this be it!
 

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Thinking about it, I've actually seen more films this year than I at first thought. Anything I've had to try hard to remember is excluded... which leaves Return of the King. Suprise. ;)
 

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About Schmidt was a very good film, although I'm inclined to say that ROTK was the film I most enjoyed this year.
 

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Return of the King, followed by Kill Bill and then Master and Commander.
 

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Kill Bill was indeed an excellent film, and probably gets into the top 3 films of the year - I think RotK clinches the top spot though.
 

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I don't know about Kill Bill... was very enjoyable at the time. I bought the soundtrack only hours after. It certainly had huge amounts of style to it.
 
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Ohh 2 pages and no-one has suggested some obscure arthouse/anime movie in an attempt to make us all look common and "mainstream".

*waits for ECA*
 

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Patience Deadman... :)

EDIT~ That's not the name of a poncy arthouse film - but probably should be.
 

Anul

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ROTK and Master and comander vas my 2 fav movies of the year.
 

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Tbh I've not seen many very good films, but Mystic River (of the ones I can remember) is the best.

It's not arthouse, but it's better than all the blockbuster crap you lot are mentioning! :D
 

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I'm gonna say Narc (technically it's 2002, but it was released over here in 2003 :)) because it rocked my world.
 

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Went to love actually a couple of weeks ago and I must admit that, even though I am not for british movies, it was a great laugh.

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RotK or either of the 2 Matrix films have been my fave this year.

Ain't seen PotC or Kill Bill (waiting for the DVDs of both KB volumes to come out so I can watch it as one film, the way it should've been).
 

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Patriarch said:
You actually *shudder* liked The Matrix Reloaded?! Poor fool.
Reloaded was almost infinitely better* than Revolutions

*unless you hold Dragonball Z to be the finest manga/anime
 

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