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List Of 2005 Science Fiction Films

The mid noughties was ripe for epic space operas, and that's fine by us. As well as final Star Wars prequel we had the awesome 'Serenity' and 'Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy'.

List Of 2005 Family Films

Here at FilmFish we love charming claymation movies, we even have a list centred around them! On that theme we'd love you to check out the brilliant 2005, British family flick - 'Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit'.

List Of 2005 Comedy Films

40 years after the birth of a man yet to have sex, we'd suggest you check out the whacky but brilliant 'Kiss Kiss Bang Bang'.

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'.

'Oh How Humourous!': A Spot O' Modern British Comedy

This collection features the best of British comedy from the turn of the millennium to the present day. Laugh along with the likes of Steve Coogan, Nick Frost, Martin Freeman, and Jude Law. Remember, you can't spell humour without U!

'Movies like Scott Pilgrim': Sci-Fi for if You're High

Only the quirkiest, weirdest, and off-beatest (?) modern sci-fi comedies made it on to this list, including 'Scott Pilgrim', 'The FP', and hidden-gem 'John Dies at the End'.

'Movies Like Attack the Block': 21st Century British Sci-Fi

All the best British sci-fi movies since Danny Boyle's 2003 smash-hit '28 Days Later', which some people say revived British cinema. Make sure to check out recent hoody sci-fi/horror 'Attack the Block'!

Helen Mirren Movies

One is sure to be pleased by this collection of Helen Mirren's biggest roles, including 'The Queen', 'Elizabeth I', and - most recently - 'The Hundred Foot Journey'.

'Movies Like Shaun of the Dead': Bloody Funny British Horror-Coms

Since 'Shaun of the Dead' the Brits have dominated Horror/Sci-Fi Comedy; enjoy these hilarious contemporary spooks and shocks from across the pond, including recent Irish invasion comedy 'Grabbers', featuring aliens who only prey on the sober! They picked the wrong country!

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