127: "The Horse Whisperer" Along with "Hollow Man" the movie I mostly regret buying. Total crap!
128: "The Hotel New Hampshire" Even if I like the novel better than "The World According to Garp", this movie isn't as good as the movie of "Garp". Maybe because the novel is more philosophical, which they've left out in the movie. Still, it's very entertaining, and as usual when it is John Irvin: One heck of a story.
129: "I know what You did Last Summer" Not that bad, but it doesn't have much of orginality, and sure has no point.
130: "The Ice Storm" Even if the movie is kinda theatrical, it's a really wonderful piece of drama, with a really great cast.. Kevin Kline, Joan Allen, Tobey Maguire, Christina Ricci, Elijah Wood, Sigourney Weaver among others. As with most other Ang Lee-movies, it has a kind of poetic momentum that hangs in the air. Actually, it resembles Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon a lot, without the martial arts tho. Actually, I think "The Ice Storm" is a way better movie, tho..
131: "In the Line of Fire" Kinda hard to say anything about, except that it's one of the better thrillers in the last 15 years.
132: "Independence Day" Once the Aliens starts their destruction, the movie is good, but.. that's 1 hr into the movie, and until then, really boring, and a perfect example in how to not making a movie.
133: "Internal Affairs" (Warning: Plot Spoiler) The trailer to this movie showed 2 men crashing out a window. In the movie, it's only the bad guy doing it, which takes away some of the drama. 2 stubborn men fighting each other to death. Now, the hero can live happily ever after. Until then, a really great movie. One of the best of this kind.
134: "The Iron Giant" Funny, sad and very touching. It's so perfect! If I were able to afford it, I would buy this movie to everyone on my friends list, and then some. Best animated movie since "The Secret of N.I.M.H.".
135: "Jackie Brown" Now, a certain lovely Italian girl is probably gonna be disappointed, but.. I still have to see it.
136: "Janet Jackson - The Velvet Rope Tour (Live in Concert)" I saw the concert when it was in Stockholm, and.. as usual it was really great. I kinda like her music. Not a total fanatic, but.. it's ok. One of the better in that kind of music, and as for the concerts, they're really amazing shows. Totally awesome.
137: "Jaws" A touch short in places, but this is a really powerful drama (more than horror actually). A really entertaining movie.
138: "Jean de Florette (1re partie)" Now it's kinda hard to review this movie alone, since it's the first part of "one movie", the second part is "Manon des Sources", but.. if you've seen the first part, you sure wants to see the second.
139: "Jeanne d'Arc" Despite it being my favorite director, Luc Besson, I've not seen it. Actually, I think I might start seeing it when I've posted this.
140: "Jumanji" Really uneven, but generally a lot of fun. I really like Joe Johnston. He might not be the most original director in the world, but he sure knows to pace adventure. To run with it.
141: "Jurassic Park" Probably for pacing, but cut to death which creates a story that doesn't hold up, but... it sure has some great scenes, and at the end, you're really sitting at the edge of the seat.
142: "Kalifornia" The only DVD I've been able to buy twice. Bought it right away when it was released in UK, and totally forgot all about it now, when I saw it being avaible in Sweden. Not a perfect movie, and at times never getting anywhere, as well as lacking true impact in the end (having no point), but it sure is hard stop watching when you've started.
143: "King Kong: The Eight Wonder of The World" Classic. Despite being very much of the time, 30's, it still has a certain impact.
144: "Kingpin" Hilarious, and it rocks. The only movie of the Farelly's I really like, since it has a charm lacking from most of their other movies.
145: "Kiss - Second Coming" A disappointment. Supposed to be a "documentary", but looks more like those promotional behind-the-scenes things