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Sneaks 2003 | Adventure

Oh, the places we'll go

Including remakes and originals, sequels and prequels, plus several Episodes 3 of three, almost 300 titles represent more than most people can see. Organized roughly by genre, movies of 2003 are dominated by drama, but comedy and action have traction; so do documentaries, horror and thrillers and "Bears." Oh my.

January 19, 2003|Richard Cromelin and Kevin Crust

Catch That Girl. A youngster and her friends undertake an elaborate bank robbery. Fox, July 23

Ella Enchanted. A woman (Anne Hathaway) traverses a fairy-tale kingdom seeking to rid herself of a birth "gift" that's a mixed blessing -- unwavering obedience. Miramax, Aug. 8

Hairy Tale. Boy genius, martial arts expert and chimpanzee partner for laughs and adventure. With Matthew Modine, Roma Downey, Seth Adkins. Warner Bros., May 16

Looney Tunes: Back in Action. Live actors interface with animated favorites in Joe Dante-directed high jinks starring Brendan Fraser, Jenna Elfman, Joan Cusack and Heather Locklear. Warner Bros., Nov. 14

Peter Pan. J.M. Barrie's classic gets a brand new live-action treatment, directed by P.J. Hogan ("My Best Friend's Wedding"). Universal, Dec. 25

Pirates of the Caribbean. Swashbuckling is back, as Johnny Depp and Orlando Bloom pursue Geoffrey Rush and his skeletal crew on the high seas. Directed by Gore Ver-

binski. Walt Disney, July 9

Spy Kids 3. Carmen and Juni (Alexa Vega and Daryl Sabara) in creator Robert Rodriguez's third installment of the adventures of the Cortez family. Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino play the parents. Dimension, July 25

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