Top Ten Films of 2005

1. “Munich” (Steven Spielberg)
2. “Rent” (Chris Columbus)
3. “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” (Andrew Adamson)
4. “Sin City” (Robert Rodriguez/Frank Miller)
5. “Good Night, and Good Luck” (George Clooney)
6. “Murderball” (Henry Alex Rubin/Dana Adam Shapiro)
7. “Wedding Crashers” (David Dobkin)
8. “Shopgirl” (Anand Tucker)
9. “Layer Cake” (Matthew Vaughn)
10. “The Aristocrats” (Penn Gillette/Paul Provenza)
Honorable mention: Batman Begins, Brokeback Mountain, Elizabethtown, Fever Pitch, The 40 Year Old Virgin, The Producers, Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Street Fight, Walk the Line.
Omitted because I didn’t see them: Broken Flowers, Capote, The Constant Gardner, A History of Violence, Jarhead, Junebug, Match Point, The Squid and the Whale, 2046.
Omitted because they’re overrated: Cinderella Man, Crash, King Kong, March of the Penguins, Me and You and Everyone We Know, Syriana, War of the Worlds.

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Films of 2005

  1. Ev

    Steve:
    I don’t know about Rent in the top 10… I definitely agree with Munich and Narnia in the top tier, though. I am partial to Brokeback, although I am glad it got an honorable mention.
    E
    Ev

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