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Ty Burr: The year in movies

By Ty Burr
Globe Staff / December 26, 2004

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The two most controversial movies of 2004 -- and to many the most important -- were Mel Gibson's ''The Passion of the Christ" and Michael Moore's ''Fahrenheit 9/11." You won't find them on the list below. In a world where civil discourse has become a social crime and all that is demanded of a person is to know what side ... (Full article: 1573 words)

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