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1997: The Year In Films
Written by Jason Whyte
1997 was a strange year. Halfway through, there were no great movies out there, except for Chasing Amy, Grosse Pointe Blank, and Private Parts that were even worth remembering. Then May rolled around, and a surprising masterpiece showed up, in the name of Breakdown. After a few months of summer movies, some great (Face/Off, Air Force One), some good (George of the Jungle, Con Air) and some bad (Men In Black, The Lost World), along came the fall and winter films; 8 of which reign as the Top 10 of 1997. Below are the 15 films I believe were better than all of the many 250+ movies (I have seen about 80 of them) released this year. After which are the ten worst films of the year. Send your list to Bigscreen or me at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Worst Ten
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