By Leah Rozen
October 16, 2000 12:00 PM

>Almost Famous This one fits into the movies-we-love category. A wistful coming-of-age story about a 15-year-old journalist traveling with a rock band. Leading lady Kate Hudson glows. (R)

Best in Show There are laughs aplenty in writer-director-star Christopher Guest’s dandy mockumentary about wacky dog owners whose pets are champion pooches. (PG-13)

Dancer in the Dark

Mind-blowing musical about a woman (Björk) who is losing her sight—which becomes the least of her problems. From Danish bad-boy director Lars von Trier (Breaking the Waves). (R)

Remember the Titans Touchdown! Denzel Washington scores as the coach of a newly integrated high school football team in a likable family movie. Based on actual events. (PG)

Two Family House A married Italian-American (Michael Rispoli) on Staten Island in the ’50s buys a bar and falls for the pregnant Irish lass (Kelly Macdonald) who lives upstairs. Has real heart. (R)

Yi Yi Life in a Taiwanese family after a grandmother’s stroke. This three-hour domestic epic deepens into a poignant, radiant meditation on the quest for happiness in death’s shadow. (Not rated)