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List Of 2005 Adventure Films

While 'The Goblet of Fire' was one of favourite Harry Potter instalments, if it's pure adventure you're after we'd suggest Orlando Bloom not as Legolas in 'Kingdom of Heaven'.

'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 Avatar: Visually Stunning Sci-Fi/ Fantasy

These movies would be worth watching even if the speakers on your TV were busted. But with films like 'Interstellar', 'Life of Pi', and 'Cloud Atlas', don't think for a moment they depend on style over substance.

'Movies Like Chronicles of Narnia': Hidden World Fantasy

Modern movies in the vein of 'Chronicles of Narnia': children naturally invent their own worlds, but what happens when they actually discover one? Will have you constantly checking the back of your wardrobe...because maybe there's a chance.

'Movies Like Bridge to Terabithia': The Wonder of Imagination

Movies in the vein of Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland' or basically anything Terry Gilliam has ever done: exploring the power, and perils, of imagination through a breathtaking hallucinatory aesthetic.

'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.

'Movies Like Constantine': Fantasy Served Dark

One of the worst collections you could ever watch with a friend on LSD: these post 2000 flicks delve into the darkest recesses of the human psyche, through fantastic imagery and nightmarish storylines.

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