In a decade dominated by franchises, here are a few that sang
In Kit Kittredge, all it takes to cure the Depression is a little Miss Sunshine
In The Hoax, a lying president (Nixon) begets a lying author. Good thing that wouldn't happen today.
Talladega Nights The Fox and the Hound 2 The Devil Wears Prada World Trade Center
Lucky Number Slevin plays Tarantino's game, without Tarantino's results.
Spielberg and Hanks spawn a daring new genre: the post-9/11 comedy
Frankie and Johnny in bed, in the kitchen, wherever, it's all good
This penetrating adventure proves ridiculous but amusing
Hanks and Newman are on the bloody, brilliant Road to Perdition
Sonnenfeld's comic caper is no Trouble at all
Edward Burns's Sidewalks of New York does more talking than walking
Joe Gould's Secret
Sweet and Lowdown
America's most famous gossip had a secret of his own: Many of his columns were written by Boca Raton's Herman Klurfeld