Your favorite films of 2005

The Chronicles of Narnia

The allegory of the long and fierce battle is especially significant because it portrays the reality of the spiritual battles of life in this world.
- John Lexo, Coopersburg, Pa.


At times it was dark, but it's essentially hopeful, optimistic about the capacity of humans to learn, change, grow.
- Steve Helmer, Elsah, Ill.

Good Night, and Good Luck

It was as I remembered it.... It made me feel like it was the early '50s.
- Paul D. Grimes, Tucson, Ariz.


I liked the moral values, the humor. I want to feel good at the end of a movie and this is one in which you feel really good.
-Michael Fish, Clifton, Va.

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

It was a successful translation of Douglas Adams's smash sci-fi/satire to the silver screen. It's ... fast-paced, and lighthearted.
- Fred Flagg, West Barnstable, Mass.

March of the Penguins

Captivating story of survival through determination, devotion, and teamwork under the harshest conditions.
-Bob Hurley, Trumbull, Conn.

Pride & Prejudice

Even die-hard fans of the Colin Firth version should give this film a chance.
- Lynn Meng, Piscataway, N.J.


It didn't dumb down a complicated subject and it provided a good balance between political intrigue and action.
- John Malone, New York

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