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Chicken Run (www.reel.com/chickenrun)
Movie Grade A- Website Grade B-
Roost never sleeps at this site for the Aardman Studios smash: Hit the ”Activity Center” for the printable coloring book or go to ”Download Free Stuff!” to play the Whack-a-Tweedy game.

Disney’s The Kid (disney.go.com/disneypictures/thekid)
Movie Grade B Website Grade A-
A refreshingly hype-free kid’s-eye view. Child star Spencer Breslin posts a journal and scrapbook, and there are interviews with such oft-overlooked set personages as the stunt coordinator.

Me, Myself & Irene (www.memyselfandirene.com)
Movie Grade B- Website Grade B
Read about the Jim Carrey comedy from the viewpoints of both gentle Charlie and hostile Hank. After you’ve checked out the site’s meager features, though, you’ll be out of here on the double.

The Patriot (www.spe.sony.com/movies/thepatriot)
Movie Grade B- Website Grade B+
No patriot games at this self-serious site. Access video interviews about the movie’s themes, slide shows of production design and costumes, and a 3-D map of the film’s locations.

The Perfect Storm (www.perfectstorm.net)
Movie Grade C+ Website Grade A
This site covers the waterfront: There’s a “Making Of” section with 360-degree IPIX footage; video of the 1991 storm; a historical time line of Gloucester; a 14-minute documentary; and much more.

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