I simply can’t think of anything wrong with David Cronenberg’s powerful and punchy adaptation of John Wagner and John Locke’s 1997 graphic novel of the same name. Criminally ignored upon its release, The Assassination of Jesse James is an almost perfect film. List of the 10 Most Underrated Horror Movies from 2000 to 2010. But Birch’s awkward Enid feels sorry for him and tries to help his lovelife. But then again, you’re not here for the in-depth characterisation. Both brilliant in their roles (Williams in particular), the film excels at not always trying to make the two leads likeable, or selling the over-arching love story as something written in the stars. An adaptation of the 1960s anime, Speed Racer is pure and simple at its heart – Speed Racer loves to race and must keep winning in order to keep racing. Inspirational? It is this combination of the epic and the personal that makes Master & Commander a film to treasure and re-watch, rather than write off as just another empty spectacle. Telling the decades long story of the intense friendship between Holly (Michelle Williams) and Marina (Anna Friel), it’s a warts-and-all portrayal of what can happen when two people become dependent on each other to the point of unhealthiness. His job is not to fade into the background, even as he tries to hide, but instead be the focus of dastardly behavior and a flashpoint for kids to rally against. But set apart from the context of Wong Kar Wai’s admittedly towering other work, My Blueberry Nights is a beautiful film, both in aesthetics and message. While there, he befriends a young Romanian girl, Alexandria, and tells her an amazing fantasy story which is brought to life through the girl’s imagination. The Fall is one such movie. Known chiefly for starring Will Ferrell in a ‘dramatic’ role, Stranger Than Fiction is far more than its premise – that of Ferrell’s Harold Crick beginning to hear a voice in his head narrating his life to him as he lives, and discovering he is a character in a book. Best of the bunch, though, was Blades of Glory, a film which I will end up watching whenever it’s on TV despite owning it on disc – a sure sign of a comedy classic. Taking the best bits of Tim Burton and filtering them through a child’s point of view, Lemony Snicket tells the tale of the Baudelaire orphans and their attempts to escape the villainous clutches of their uncle, Count Olaf. While suffering from Bloom’s weird empty vacuum at the center of the film, it is still the best medieval film ever made. Overblown and unwieldy it may be, but this is Joel Schumacher guilty pleasure cinema at its best. A quick-fire, hilarious pulp crime film from Shane Black, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang cemented his reputation as a master of dialogue and re-established lead Robert Downey Jr. as a truly formidable acting talent. Based around true events, Open Water is a supremely effective horror film about a couple accidentally left behind on a deep water scuba diving trip. Based on Brett Easton Ellis’ novel, The Rules Of Attraction is wickedly funny, as well as expertly directed by Roger Avary. And there’s a lot of puzzle-solving to be done here, involving Polish fairy-tales, people trafficking, infidelity and narrative deconstruction. The 2000s was the era of found footage and great independent horror filmmaking. The most underrated film of the last decade and certainly among the most criminally under … By Tiffany Unscripted. Believe it or not, there was a time not that long ago when Danny Boyle wasn’t the Academy Award-winning nation’s darling. It’s not all cringy cheesiness though; the dragon fighting action is actually pretty well done, and it rises above other B-Movies through a great concept matched by its great cast. Based on the underground but definitely hipsterish female sport of Roller Derby, Whip It is at once a charming coming of age tale, and an unconventional underdog sports movie. Confirming his status as one of America’s most versatile and exciting directors, Jonathan Levine followed up his brilliant slasher movie All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (which just missed out on this list) with something completely different – an early ’90s-set coming of age story involving teenager Luke (Josh Peck) dealing marijuana to psychiatrist Dr. Squires (Ben Kingsley) in return for therapy. by Andrew Adams Apr 04, 2014. A stylish and gloomily introspective piece of work that expresses the pain of grief and loss in a powerful an intriguing way. I’m going to cheat a bit here and put Kingdom in based on its director’s cut. Yep, it may be another Disney sci-fi animation (they really went hard on those in the early 00s…) but once again it’s another criminally overlooked flick from the House of Mouse, who at this time were under attack not just from Pixar, but from DreamWorks and Blue Sky Studios too. If every praised director has an underrated classic, then this is most certainly Paul Thomas Anderson’s. Disney responded with a daring take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, relocated to outer space. Matt Dillon, John Goodman, and Paul Reiser unite to play a trio of ultimately loveable if not always likeable losers, and the film plays out with style and panache, though it ultimately feels a bit hollow. Will Ferrell and Jon Heder (in his best non-Napoleon Dynamite role) are rival male figure skaters forced to partner up in order to be allowed to skate again. So kudos to the Wachowskis for following their beliefs and making a sequel that was not just more of the same, but a film which went as deep into rabbit-hole as they could and expanded the first movie’s philosophical concepts to extraordinary levels. Loosely following the same plot of a board game which magically comes to life, but this time setting the action in space, it’s the wonderful practical effects which truly mark Zathura as something special. Overlooked unfairly because of it’s relatively small scale, set mostly in tunnels underneath London, it also boasts a terrific supporting cast including Dominic Cooper, Damien Lewis, and Joseph Fiennes. The Fountain is simply astonishing, an epic romance across the ages which takes in elements of sci-fi, fantasy, historical swashbuckler, and religion, and blends them with acceptance of death as a part of life, while all the time pushing an incredible and moving love story.The Fountain feels like director Darren Aronofsky’s most personal film, and that passion shows on screen. What makes the 2010s different is that there were even more demands on … Sweet nostalgic ’80s-set tale of two kids, one from a strict religious background who bond over forbidden VHS action movies and attempt to make their own lo-fi movie inspired by First Blood. The easy chemistry between these two makes the film a pleasure to watch. Set in Los Angeles, 1915, Pace is a movie stuntman crippled while trying to impress a woman with an audacious horse jump from a bridge. This is the progression of Bond from rookie agent to cold-blooded super spy, and Craig sells it perfectly. I don’t think so (although some here at Den Of Geek really can’t stand it). Open Water is so horrifying because it could easily happen to anyone and that nagging fear of being left behind is taken to its grim reality. Kaleidoscopic and mesmerizing, the visuals, editing, and pace of the film are perfectly in line with 21st-century aesthetics and the way a new generation of film fans see the world. An underrated film from an underrated director. The Fountain feels like director Darren Aronofsky’s most personal film, and that passion shows on screen. Much of the audience (which wasn’t very big anyway) went into this film expecting a fun blast of surreal Flight of the Conchords-style comedy. It is Campbell’s turn as the King which makes this a must-see, and it’s easily the best screen interpretation of Presley to date, as not only does he nail the clichés and mannerisms you’d expect, but he also humanizes a man more myth than reality these days. Confirming his status as one of America’s most versatile and exciting directors, Jonathan Levine followed up his brilliant slasher movie All The Boys Love Mandy Lane (which just missed out on this list) with something completely different – an early 90s-set coming of age story involving teenager Luke (Josh Peck) dealing marijuana to psychiatrist Dr Squires (Ben Kingsley) in return for therapy. Okay, I’m going to say it – The Prestige is Christopher Nolan’s best film. Proving that he knows how to adapt King’s work, no matter what the genre, Darabont gave us this fantastic sci-fi horror about a group of townsfolk trapped in a supermarket by an otherworldly mist and attacked by fearsome creatures. If that doesn’t make you want to watch it, then you’re dead to me. He’d go on to make Iron Man in 2008. On top of all that, Reloaded is also full of incredible action sequences and effects which set the tone for the whole decade – with the freeway chase and the burly brawl being stand-out efforts. Hopes were certainly high for Hong Kong-based auteur Wong Kar Wai’s English language debut, but for many it fell somewhat short of what they were expecting – a lesser retread of his earlier Chungking Express, but filtered through the lens of a strange Americana. But then again, you’re not here for the in-depth characterization. It turns out the planet is reading their minds and trying to communicate with them by reconstructing the most powerful images in their head. But give it a second chance, and the film is incredibly rewarding. If you’ve never seen it, or watched it once and hated it, I implore you to try again – this will be an important film in years to come. Jim Carrey puts in a great performance as Olaf, turning the book’s more restrained villain into a pantomime threat, but one that is totally right for the film. Falling in love over their epic trip, and faced with impossible odds, it’s melodrama in the best tradition, coupled with some stand-out sequences – I defy anyone to name a more intense war scene than the Japanese bombing of Darwin that Luhrmann recreates. While it doesn’t always work (it’s at times a bit too earnest and unfocused, perhaps, and the reduced budget from the original version limits Arofonsky’s ability to truly fulfil his ambitions) The Fountain is at times a truly transcendental triumph which speaks to us all, helped by the stunning camera work and macro-effects, as well as Clint Mansell’s finest score (yep, even better than Moon). Charlie Kaufman certainly influenced cinema in the 00s – his brand of metaphysical fantasy seeped through into several films, of which Stranger Than Fiction is probably the best. Shot entirely on digital with a well chosen minimalist aesthetic, the film details the chilling simplicity with which the error is made, and how, by not engaging with other people, it’s fatally compounded. The top 30 films, all appearing on 2 or more “Best Underrated 2000s” movie lists, are ranked below by how many times they appear. Developed at the tail end of the Disney renaissance (the period between The Little Mermaid and Tarzan, where Disney’s hand drawn animation was both a critical and commercial success) Atlantis was harshly judged due both to a post ‘fall of the empire’ malaise and the film-going public’s thirst for CG animation. Seemingly forgotten about in the 10 years since its release, 25th Hour is not only one of the best performances of Edward Norton’s career, but one of the best films of Spike Lee’s. Not my favorite, or his most enjoyable, but in execution definitely his most accomplished. Has there ever been a more slavish attempt to perfectly recreate a work of comic book fiction? Charting the months leading up to his death at the hands of Robert Ford, this is a genre redefining Western, with a solemn pace and quiet power which makes it unforgettable. His turn as Jesse James is at once central and removed from the action. Film cameras were the standard way to shoot a movie for over a century, and now they to had to make space for upstart digital. The Most Underrated Movies of the Decade include Crimson Peak, A Cure for Wellness, Annihilation, A Most Violent Year, and more. Will Ferrell and Jon Heder (in his best non-Napoleon Dynamite role) are rival male figure skaters forced to partner up in order to be allowed to skate again. What follows is a narrative so precise and controlled that it makes you want to stand up and applaud. It’s not all cringy cheesiness, though. Some are loved or hated, some make money, some make none. Let The Fountain wash over you and you will be swept away. Developed at the tail end of the Disney renaissance (the period between The Little Mermaid and Tarzan, when Disney’s hand-drawn animation had reached critical and commercial success), Atlantis was harshly judged due to a post “fall of the empire” malaise and the filmgoing public’s thirst for CG animation. Following the true story of the Permian Panthers’ 1988 season and their run to the state championship, the themes prevalent in the later series are magnified here in theatrical form: the pressures of being the stars in a small town, the dreams of making it to the big time, and the ever-present fear of injury bringing it all crashing down to Earth. They responded with a daring take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, relocated to outer space. Not my favourite, or his most enjoyable, but in execution definitely his most accomplished. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! What you’ll find on a later viewing, though, is a pulp adventure that captures the spirit of pioneering adventure, and sees Disney venturing into sci-fi territory and taking visual influence from comic star Mike Mignola. Overlooked/Underrated Horror Films (2000-2016) Menu. Billy Bob Thornton plays the taciturn Ed Crane, a small-time barber going nowhere who gradually becomes involved in blackmail, murder, UFO conspiracies, and dry cleaning schemes. Far from a cute romance this is an off beat look at outsiders growing up and a friendship growing apart. Here's some of the best underrated movies of the decade. The 140 Essential 2000s Movies. Less heralded, but still intriguing and worth seeking out, is his first attempt at a thriller, playing a man who becomes obsessed with a very personal conspiracy regarding the number 23 and past crimes coming back to haunt him. It’s easy to see why it failed upon release, but it’s a rewarding find over ten years later. By Patrick Leigh Oct 26, 2019 Share Share Tweet Email It’s often silly, but always laugh out loud funny, and like the best of the Frat Pack comedies, it works best when ignoring any semblance of plot and just letting the leads bounce off each other (often literally). After being humiliated at her birthday party, Jenna wishes she could wake up in the future as a 30-year-old. Set in 2057, the sun is dying and Earth has launched one last mission to reignite it. Based on Christopher Priest’s novel of the same name, Christian Bale and Hugh Jackman play magicians in Victorian times whose intense rivalry destroys both of their lives. Many people point to the 2000s as the new golden age of movies. Director Andrew Dominik draws brilliant performances from his talented cast, with Sam Rockwell, Jeremy Renner, and Mary Louise Parker, in particular, standing out. Whatever you expected of George Clooney’s directorial debut, it probably wasn’t this. An old-fashioned epic that would have been a jewel of the 1940s, instead Australia was lambasted as unoriginal and overwrought. Like that film, Stardust was adapted from a book, in this case, Neil Gaiman’s dark fairytale. A vicious little horror film from 2008, Wolf Creek gained a fearsome and deserved reputation, and provided a nice antidote to somewhat stale franchise offerings. Spanning the years 2000-2009, here's our pick of the underrated movies of … Worth it for the computer party and fight scenes alone. The use of real sharks also serves to bring a raw terror often lacking in other films of this ilk, but the real genius is the actual physical effect it has on the audience. While Billy Bob Thornton puts in a powerhouse performance as Coach Gaines, it’s surprisingly Garrett Hedlund who proves the real star, as fullback Don Billingsley – a boy struggling with his abusive father, a former high school star himself. Thinking he doesn’t belong amongst the other inmates, who include Zooey Deschanel and Michael Bacall, it is only through sessions with Don Cheadle’s Dr Monroe that he learns he may be as dysfunctional as everyone suggests. For those willing to make the effort and get a bunch of friends over, Grindhouse is some of best cinematic fun you can have. Here are the 10 most underrated movie villains of the 2000s. What follows is the type of film that really gets under your skin, as their relationship grows and encompasses Dr. Squires’ failing marriage, Luke falling in love with Squires’ daughter, and his troubled home life. What was once considered an unfilmable comic is now something which at times is extraordinary. Movies; Top 53 underrated films of the 2000s; Features Top 53 underrated films of the 2000s. Matt Dillon, John Goodman, and Paul Reiser unite to play a trio of ultimately loveable if not always likable losers, and the film plays out with style and panache, though it ultimately feels a bit hollow. It’s easy to see why it failed upon release, but it’s a rewarding find over ten years later. The film takes in a whole range of themes: the nature of friendship, trust, and mistakes; New York in the post 9/11 landscape; as well as condensing a difficult father-son relationship into what matters most – regret at missed chances and an ultimate love for one another. There was a reason why wheelchair rugby sold out the quickest during the 2012 London Paralympics, and why their players are known as the rock stars of the games. In a tale of rampant drug addiction in the future, and high-tech surveillance, the animation technique works perfectly, allowing ideas such as the scramble suit to really come to life, as well as some of its more outlandish hallucinations. As most of you know I grew up in the 1980s and consider that decade to be the golden age of horror. Properly heartwarming, it’s a love/hate letter to the stresses of being a kid in Thatcher’s Britain, with overbearing families and schoolyard bullying overcome by friendship. Okay, I’m going to say it – The Prestige is Christopher Nolan’s best film. Perfectly soundtracked in the form of a mix-tape her boyfriend left behind, Morvern Callar engages the viewer not just through the words spoken but by the music, the unspoken actions, and the visuals, creating a lasting impression of a seemingly inarticulate woman given full voice to her grief but not able to express it. Twisty and satisfying it’s one that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat, overlooked unfairly because of it’s relatively small scale, set mostly in tunnels underneath London, it also boasts a terrific supporting cast including Dominic Cooper, Damien Lewis and Joseph Fiennes. Some are loved or hated, some make money, some make none. The Matrix was a genre-redefining classic that took on the first new Star Wars film in 15 years and won. Suffering due to the long shadow cast by Casino Royale, Quantum is actually a rarity to be treasured – Bond as serialized storytelling. Returning to Jarrod’s home-town in order to watch him get even with a school bully from decades past, it’s an at times painfully honest (and funny) look at small town life, as well as love in all its different forms. Are you aware there's a semi-sequel to Jumanji "before" the quasi-sequel Jumanji:... Wolf Creek (2005). Looking back at start of the century, it seems the 00s will be remembered for the start of the influx and glut of sequels and franchise films. Morvern Callar wakes on Christmas Day to find her boyfriend has committed suicide. The remaining 200+ movies, as well as the sources we used, are in alphabetical order on the bottom of the page. Opposite him is Emily Watson as Lena, a girl almost as odd as Barry. Set in 2057, the sun is dying and Earth has launched one last mission to reignite it. Home invasions, gothic spine-tinglers, and found-footage galore! Providing comedic back-up of the dark kind is Robert Downey Jr. (who probably knows a thing or two about addiction), Woody Harrelson and the brilliant Rory Cochrane. Certainly. It literally couldn’t have had a bigger cultural and commercial impact. Drew Barrymore’s debut feature is exactly the kind of film you’d expect her to make – a stylish character piece with a killer soundtrack. It’s become one of the most lucrative industries and some of the most important aspects of movie making were introdu. I applaud any film that gives its two leads the character names Quinn Abercromby and Denton Van Zan. The always magnificent Roger Deakins provides a defining take on the modern Western, and Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ score is a high point for modern film soundtracks. What you’ll find on a later viewing, though, is a pulp adventure that captures the spirit of pioneering adventure, and sees Disney venturing into sci-fi territory and taking visual influence from comic star Mike Mignola. Underrated Movies of the 2000s Zathura: A Space Adventure (2005). Piecing together the ludicrous mystery is half the fun and working out just how it all fits in is a melodramatic delight. Painstakingly researched and written, the film is all about little details, the patience, persistence, and perseverance required to see an investigation through, and the knowledge that no matter how close you may get, you still might never sate your obsession. With Sunshine he created a sci-fi classic which proved he was a master of pretty much any genre he tried his hand at, and a compelling and talented storyteller. Except it turns out that the star is an actual living being, named Yvaine and played by the incredible Claire Danes. By Haleigh Foutch Oct 25, 2019. Whether it’s robots or aliens, Zathura creates a believable fantasy world for its young actors (including Josh Hutcherson and Kristen Stewart) and correspondingly the audience at home. The plan is ingenious but the arrival of a new cellmate for Perry causes problems and complications which threaten to turn violent. Directed by Conchords alumni Taika Waititi and starring Jemaine Clement, it was sold on that basis. The Matrix was a genre redefining classic that took on the first new Star Wars film in 15 years and won. Charting the pair’s quirky relationship, the film takes in a beautifully shot trip to Hawaii, and a sub-plot about a sex-line exhortation racket run by Philip Seymour Hoffman. Best of the bunch, though, was Blades Of Glory, a film which I will end up watching whenever it’s on TV despite owning it on disc – a sure sign of a comedy classic. Get the best of Den of Geek delivered right to your inbox! 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