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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.”

List Of 2006 Science Fiction Films

The mid noughties gave us some great sci-fi, we love 'The Prestige' and 'Children of Men'. If you're into anime we'd seriously suggest checking out 'The Girl Who Leapt Through Time'.

Christian Bale Action

After his performance in 'The Machinist', for which he dropped 60lbs by subsisting on one meal a day, it's hard to deny Bale's devotion to the craft. What's even more impressive is that he began preparing for 'Batman' almost immediately after production finished - and managed to get superhero level ripped in a matter of weeks. Where can we get us some of THAT protein powder?

Michael Caine Movies

The most impersonated man in Britain, Michael Caine actually once imitated other people's imitations of him on an interview with Michael Parkinson. Fun fact: Caine quit an 80-a-day cigarette habit in the early 70s after a lecture by Tony Curtis. "Not a lot of people know that."

Nolan & Caine

Why is it Michael Caine is in nearly every Christopher Nolan movie? A poorly thought out contract? Lucky charm? Blackmail? Who knows. Just watch, stupid.

Hugh Jackman Movies

Once voted the sexiest man alive, Hugh Jackman brings a rugged Australian charm to every role he plays! So much more than just Wolverine!

Best Thriller Movies of 2000s

Prepared to be truly thrilled by our list of noughties thrillers, we'd particular recommend the 2001 classic - Mulholland Drive.

'The Steamiest of Punks': Steampunk Movies

We love a well defined sub-genre here at FilmFish, and do they come more defined than steampunk? Adventures set in cool alternative worlds where electricity never surpassed steam power.

'Movies Like Sherlock Holmes': Adventures in Steampunk

Inspired by the industrialized Western world of the 19th Century, these post 2000 films often feature alternate realities where steam-power was never supplanted by electricity. Fans of H.G. Wells, Conan Doyle, or Jules Verne will have plenty to pick from.

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