- Best Movie Time Capsule - "Catch Me If You Can" (1960s) (Director: Steven Spielberg)
"More than 1960s cars and hairdos, Catch Me catches the exotic aura of early jet travel."
- Best TV Movie - "Hell on Heels: The Mary Kay Story" (Director: Ed Gernon)
"Even if it didn't star Shirley MacLaine, this CBS bioflick about cosmetics queen Mary Kay Ash would triumph as a portrait of a rebel who gives ageism and sexism the brush-off."
- Best Movie for Grownups Who Refuse to Grow Up - "Spirited Away" (Director: Hayao Miyazaki)
"A girl rescues her parents (turned into pigs by evil spirits) in this hauntingly beautiful cartoon."
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