Don Feder at FrontPage Mag lists his top ten conservative movies of the year 2005. What's as interesting as his picks is his definition of a conservative movie:
What is a conservative film? Let's start with what it isn't. It's not about men with bulging biceps and even bigger guns. It's not cartoonish action heroes. It isn't revenge tales masquerading as heroism.
Conservative cinema does more than entertain; movies that do no more are visual candy. It instructs and inspires.
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.
He goes on to mention what he regards as the best conservative films of the last ten years:
Go here for his ten best of the year.