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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'.

'On the Left, in the Right': Labor Movement Dramas

This eclectic collection of hard-hitting dramas mostly examine the working class's struggle for the right to unionize. Make sure to check 'North Country' for a recent addition detailing the first successful sexual harassment case in the US!

'A Self Evident List': Human Rights Movies

This collection explores the different protests, struggles, and horrors that have contributed to the advancement of human rights in today's society. Heavy but rewarding viewing!

'Blow the Lid Clean Off': Whistleblowers and Exposés

These fearless protagonists will go to any lengths, and risk any reprisal, to expose the truth: whether their enemy is a corrupt corporation, a ruthless politician, or even the Church.

'Nolo contendere': Clashes in the Courtroom

That these are the best courtroom dramas from the 21st century is hopefully self-evident. Experience the highs and lows of the judicial process without 3 years of law school or committing a felony yourself, with flicks like 'Michael Clayton' and 'The Lincoln Lawyer'!

'Badlands and Madmen': Stark Midwestern Drama

What is it about the Midwestern landscape that inspires such bleakly beautiful movies as 'Badlands' and 'Days of Heaven'? Maybe you're from the Midwest yourself, and feel like wallowing a bit. Maybe you're not, and want to prepare yourself mentally for a visit. Either way, these movies are an experience.

'Women's Rights Movies We Love': Modern Feminist Statements

Great contemporary films featuring iron-willed women who simply will not let the patriarchy win. Allow us to recommend the sensational 'Whale Rider'.

'David vs. Goliath': Harrowing Corporate Struggles

Movies in the vein of 'Erin Brockovich'; rage against the machine with these tales of underdogs taking on ruthless corporate sharks. Sometimes they win, sometimes they lose, but you can't help but admire the effort.

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