The Lord of the Rings trilogy
In the early 2000s, the cinema industry was engrossed with a fantasy adventure trilogy about the Lord of Ring with the young Elijah Wood in the title role. A rich narrative film, based on the books by J. R. R. Tolkien, could not possibly disappoint, like all of Tolkien‘s progeny. The trilogy racked up a colossal success, with profits amounting to a couple of billion dollars.
Million Dollar Baby
Direction, music, and also the title role were all in the hands of Clint Eastwood, who signed up for a part in the role of a boxing trainer called Frankie Dunn who hasn’t been succeeding in getting his students to the Championship level, and they are slowly leaving him. When Maggie Fitzgerald (Hilary Swank) shows up in his gym and asks him to train her, he refuses at first but is eventually persuaded by her persistence.
Black Hawk Down
Based on a true story from 1993, experienced by an elite US Army unit serving in Mogadishu, Somalia as a part of the United Nations peacekeeping operation. What looked like a fairly simple and safe action turned into an uneven battle with many casualties.
The Bourne Ultimatum
Based on the bestseller by Robert Ludlum, with Matt Damon in the title role of Jason Bourne, who appears in the Mediterranean Sea with no idea as to his identity. Slowly he builds a larger picture of himself by trying to remember his past, when a bunch of hitmen cross his path with the aim of assassinating him. A film that manages to keep the viewer tense till the very end.
Kevin Spacey as PROT/Robert Porter is assigned into a mental asylum when he claims that he is from a planet called K-PAX, and is only visiting the planet Earth. Over time, his doctor, Marc Powell, begins to wonder if Prot could actually be an alien.
Other movies that we have recommended came from the same decade:
Both movies were introduced in earlier articles: 5 Films Reflecting The Conflict On The anniversary Of The End Of WWII.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The movie was introduced in earlier article: Five Movies that Predicted the Future.
Catch Me If You Can
The movie was introduced in an earlier article: 5 Authentic Movies Too Good To Be True.
Into the Wild
The movie was introduced in earlier article: Five Inspiring Road Movies.
Next week we will feature the best movies from 2011 up to today’s date.
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