David Kerr’s Top Films of 2005
MY CHOICE of the top five films of 2005 is purely subjective. It’s ones that tell a good story, are well acted and very entertaining, informative or inspiring.
1. Downfall. The last days of the Third Reich from inside Hitler’s bunker.
2. Harry Potter and the Cauldron of Fire. Harry comes face-to-face with the evil Voldermort in the latest sequel.
3. Chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. CS Lewis’ wonderful Christian allegory hits the big screen.
4. King Kong. Peter Jackson’s remake of the classic beauty and the beast story.
5. Serenity. From the neglected Firefly – the Browncoats come to the big screen.