The Best and Worst Movies of 2003

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As Bad As It Gets:

Gigli: Movie roadkill, crushing the careers of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, at least as a screen couple. If you don't think it's the worst movie of the year, you haven't seen it.

The Matrix Revolutions: Has the third part of a movie trilogy ever ended so disastrously?

The Cat in the Hat: A Dr. Seuss flick in which Mike Myers makes hard-on jokes and the production design looks like what you puke up after gorging on cotton candy and sour-apple martinis.

Masked and Anonymous: It blows watching Bob Dylan the actor sink in this incoherent stew.

The Missing: Ron Howard tries a dark-night-of-the-soul Western like Unforgiven and stumbles so badly he almost makes Kevin Costner's appalling Open Range look like a goodie.

Bad Boys II: Director Michael Bay lives up to his rep, honed on Pearl Harbor and Armageddon, as the crassest hack in the business. He trashes the talents of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the year's stupidest, most souldeadening sequel. That includes the grossly irritating Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, which is saying something.

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