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List Of 2005 Drama Films

Mid noughties drama came in all shapes and sizes. From the first instalment of Nolan's Batman trilogy to the Johnny Cash biopic, 'Walk the Line'.

Best Offbeat Comedies

These comedies are not to be trusted with a tambourine, from 'Napoleon Dynamite' to 'Being John Malkovich', enjoy this selection of our favourite truly odd comedies.

Bill Murray Movies

Murray has been a comedic fixture in Hollywood from the 1970s, and with recent hit 'St. Vincent' he doesn't show any signs of stopping. Make sure you have a bottle of water handy because humor doesn't get drier than Murray, particularly if Wes Anderson gets involved.

Movies Like Broken Flowers: 'Estranged, but Trying' Comedies

These comedy movies take estranged father's as their protagonists, and follow their misguided efforts to reconnect with children they let down from day 1.

Bill Murray Comedy

Bill Murray got his start on Saturday Night Live, but really made a name for himself in the 80s with slapstick comedies like 'Meatballs', 'Caddyshack', 'Ghostbusters', and, of course, 'Groundhog Day'. For something a little more recent make sure to check out 2014 dramedy 'St. Vincent', co-starring Melissa McCarthy and Naomi Watts!

'Movies Like Juno': Best Modern Indie Comedy

Enjoy our collection of the best independent comedy movies from recent years, including 'Juno', 'Ghost World', and recent addition 'In a World...': the immensely talented Lake Bell's debut work!

'Movies like Eat Pray Love': Journeys in Self-Exploration

Movies in the vein of 'Eat, Pray, Love': Watch dissatisfied Westerners strike out to find freedom, happiness, and themselves in these contemporary films depicting journeys inside the head as well as outside.

Jim Jarmusch Comedy Movies

Enjoy this list of Jim Jarmusch's more comedic pictures, mostly produced alongside his partner-in-hilarity Bill Murray.

Movies Like Paterson: Jarmusch Gets Experimental

Enjoy the most experimental work of iconic Indie film auteur Jim Jarmusch, who looks more like a rockstar than a director if you ask us.

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