Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Top 10 Conservative Movies of 2005


Gene Edward Veith's (editor of World Magazine) blog
published a link to an article by Don Feder on the Top 10 Conservative flicks of 2005. You can read the justifications of his choices in Feder's article, but here's a brief description: "Conservative films celebrate virtue. They tell timeless tales of individuals overcoming all manner of adversity to achieve true greatness. They’re about honesty, loyalty, courage and patriotism. They’re concerned with conservatism’s cardinal values – faith, family and freedom."

Any thoughts on why any of these films should or shouldn't be here? Should the standards for Conservative movies be different than what is defined above?


  1. Cinderella Man
  2. King Kong
  3. The Island
  4. Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe
  5. The Great Raid
  6. Batman Begins
  7. The Greatest Game Ever Played
  8. Little Manhattan
  9. Coach Carter
  10. Memoirs Of A Geisha