Highest-Rated Movies about '2000s', Sort by Popularity

Sweetgrass (2009), Rapt (2009), Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018), A One and a Two... (2000), Double Dare (2003), Spirited Away (2001), Autumn Spring (2002), King Corn (2007) ... Let's take a look at the ranked list of the best 2000s movies.

#2. Rapt (2009)

Storyline: Philandering industrialist Stanislas Graff (Yvan Attal) is kidnapped, with his ransom set at 50 million euros. After his finger is chopped off to prove the abductors' seriousness, his wife, Francoise (Anne Consigny), meets with the board of directors to discuss how to raise the money quickly -- but evidence of Stanislas' adultery and gambling make the company reluctant to pay. As rumors spread that Stanislas staged the kidnapping to take care of his debts, public sentiment turns against him.

Plot Keywords: industrialist, wife, kidnapper, mistress, police officer, executive, tense ...

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#5. Double Dare (2003)

Storyline: Stuntwomen Jeannie Epper and Zoe Bell are experts at taking punches, swinging swords and being blown to bits. Epper first gained respect as Lynda Carter's stuntwoman on TV's "Wonder Woman," while Bell had a long run as Lucy Lawless' double on the series "Xena: Warrior Princess." But, in a primarily male profession, the women still have to struggle against sexism to find jobs. This documentary chronicles their uphill battle in Hollywood and their enduring friendship throughout it all.

Plot Keywords: stuntwoman, woman, senior citizen, actress, friend, quentin tarantino, engaging ...

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#6. Spirited Away (2001)

Storyline: 10-year-old Chihiro (Daveigh Chase) moves with her parents to a new home in the Japanese countryside. After taking a wrong turn down a wooded path, Chihiro and her parents discover an amusement park with a stall containing an assortment of food. To her surprise, Chihiro's parents begin eating and then transform into pigs. In this supernatural realm, Chihiro encounters a host of characters and endures labor in a bathhouse for spirits, awaiting a reunion with her parents.

Plot Keywords: daughter, boy, parent, spirit, eerie, fascinating, offbeat ...

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#8. King Corn (2007)

Storyline: Two recent college graduates travel to Iowa to investigate the role that corn plays in an increasingly complicated and dysfunctional American food industry. After planting their own small crop of corn and tracing its journey through the industry, they are alarmed to discover that corn figures in almost everything Americans eat. The consequences of this are examined through interviews with various experts and industry insiders, providing a balanced look at this American agricultural issue.

Plot Keywords: friend, neighbor, politician, citizen, farmer, college graduate, striking ...

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#10. Bigger, Stronger, Faster (2008)

Storyline: This documentary presents the pervasive use of steroids in sports as an indication of the American obsession with winning at all costs. The Bell brothers have been sucked into the world of performance-enhancing drugs, thinking this is their ticket to realizing the American dream. Interviews with politicians, doctors, bodybuilders and coaches raise the question: Do the ends really justify the means? Because in the mad dash to win, an entire culture may be poised to lose.

Plot Keywords: filmmaker, brother, athlete, congressman, physician, coach, shocking ...

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#12. Watermarks (2004)

Storyline: Taking its name from the Hebrew word for strength, the Hakoah Vienna sports club produced a host of talented female swimmers, who thrived in opposition to anti-Semitic trends that began to color Austrian society in the early 20th century. The club was a casualty of Hitler's rise to power in the 1930s, but several of the women who were team members went on to live long, colorful lives. Now senior citizens, they're reunited in this documentary about sports, survival and bravery.

Plot Keywords: swimmer, young woman, nazi, elderly woman, teammate, holocaust survivor, profound ...

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#13. No End in Sight (2007)

Storyline: This documentary film takes a critical look at the American invasion of Iraq in 2003 and the war that followed. The film includes extensive interviews with various military and government officials, many of whom worked under President George W. Bush during the beginning of the Iraq war. Filmmaker Charles Ferguson uses these first-hand accounts to suggest that the Bush administration, as well as the provisional government they instated in Iraq, have made crucial, irresponsible errors.

Plot Keywords: george w. bush, donald rumsfeld, politician, dick cheney, soldier, fascinating, uneasy ...

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#14. Sound and Fury (2000)

Storyline: Cousins Heather and Peter Artinian -- ages 6 and almost 2, respectively -- are deaf. Their condition could be changed by a cochlear implant, a device that stimulates hearing. The benefits are obvious, but this documentary focuses on why the children's families face a tough decision. There are concerns about how the device will change the recipient's relationship with deaf culture and whether there can ever be a true connection between those who hear sounds and those who hear only silence.

Plot Keywords: child, doctor, family member, cousin, deaf child, emotional, gripping ...

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#15. Up the Yangtze (2007)

Storyline: This documentary examine China's rapidly changing economy by focusing on the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. For the government, the dam stands as a symbol of progress; but it displaces hundreds of families during its creation. Following local teenagers Chen Bo Yu and Yu Shi, who work on one of the Western cruise lines that sails up the Yangtze near the dam, the film details the friction in Chinese society as its citizens struggle with the realities of its new consumer capitalism.

Plot Keywords: cruise employee, tourist, mother, father, teenager, intense, emotional ...

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