The highest grossing film worldwide in the 2000s was Mission: Impossible 2. Gladiator won the Oscar for Best Picture and Best Actor. In this post, we have collected films that are typical of the 2000s.
The Lord of The Rings
The Lord of The Rings was a triumphant film. Moviegoers flocked to the cinemas to see the film. And the industry appreciated it. And the awards were no exception, with the film tied with Ben Hur and Titanic for the most Oscars in history.
One of the best films of all time, the 2009 epic sci-fi film directed by James Cameron. The story takes place in the twenty-second century, when humans have colonised another planet in order to mine unobtanium.
No Country For Old Men (2007)
A neo-western film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen. It stars Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem and Josh Brolin.
Mulholland Drive (2002)
Written and directed by David Lynch. The film tells the story of an aspiring actress who arrives in Los Angeles. She befriends a woman with amnesia who has been in a car accident.
Kill Bill (2003)
Tarantino’s masterpiece after breaking into the mainstream. Uma Thurmen, star of Pulp Fiction, is back in the lead role. A two-part action film that is stunning. Tartantino’s film has thrills, visual gimmicks and quotable lines.
The first time Daniel Craig plays James Bond. A great transition from one era to another.
District 9 (2009)
Peter Jackson’s surprise hit film. A thought-provoking and thought-provoking film about prejudice and xenophobia.