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Best 2000s Drama Movies

Rather than popcorn, these movies will have you craving Orange Tic Tacs, the first crack of a Creme Brulee, breakfast a la “mod-ie,” and “Milk.”

Oscar Best Picture Nominees Noughties

From the decade that witnessed 'Lord of the Rings - Return of the King' scoop up all its 11 academy award nominations, enjoyed our comprehensive selection of all Oscar Best Picture Nominees 2000 - 2009.

Daniel Day Lewis Movies

The only man to score a hatrick of Academy Awards for Best Actor, Daniel Day Lewis ranks as one of the greatest actors of our generation. Make sure to check out 'Lincoln' for a relatively recent biopic of our beloved 26th president.

'Movies Like Dances with Wolves': Sweeping American Epics

These epic movies - whether they be set in the old west or contemporary gangland - cut to the heart of the American mythos, employing such archetypes as the lone gunslinger, the kingpin poised for disaster, and the wayfarer with eyes only for home.

'Movies Like American Gangster': Tales of American Ambition

No country glorifies ambition like America; enjoy this collection of movies that take a look at America's crowning virtue as expressed in crime, business, and creativity.

'Movies like Mr. Nobody': Modern Philosophical Movies

Slow cinema, also called philosophical cinema, or contemplative cinema, is a style of filmmaking emphasizing meditation over movement; it is often minimalist, observational, and can eschew narrative. The perfect pre-sleep watch!

David Denby's Favorites of the Noughties

Noughties movies are now in that awkward space between current and classic, which just means they are more ripe for discussion. Enjoy this complete list of New Yorker film critic David Denby's favorite films of the decade past, ranging from the hilarious, to the harrowing, and the esoteric.

'Movies Like Django Unchained': Modern Wild Westerns

Modern Westerns set in the days when it was still wild, wild - watch directors reinvent familiar themes, settings, and archetypes, as they keep the definitive American genre alive and relevant. Make sure to check out 'Slow West' for a recent addition starring Michael Fassbender!

Forget Indians, Try Emotions: The Depressive Western

If you thought the wild west was about cheap whiskey, thrilling gold hunts, and saloon shoot-outs, think again. These Cowboys are more concerned with a haunting sense of emptiness than renegade Indians.

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