Seen at the Movies: With little time to spare, Paramount Pictures' Vanilla Sky grabs the prize for most out-there major-studio release of 2001; next to it, Moulin Rouge and A.I. are eccentric also-rans. That's doesn't mean that Cameron Crowe's remake of Alejandro Amenabar's 1997 Spanish film Open Your Eyes is a good movie—far from it. But it's not formulaic, it's not predictable, and it's not indistinguishable from a dozen other recent Hollywood products. The story, which carries more than ...

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