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Top 10 Movies Of 2007

December 31st, 2007

Best Movies 2007

Alright everyone, it’s time for our Top 10 Movies of 2007. This isn’t some artsy-fartsy Oscar list; it’s just a list of the ten most entertaining movies gathered by myself and Popoholic’s contributors. So sit back and enjoy the show.

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10) Superbad

Seth Rogen, Michael Cera, Jonah Hill, and Christopher Mintz-Plasse (McLovin) delivered the funniest movie of the year. Yes, Superbad was even funnier/better than Knocked Up, and I put it as high up as Anchorman as one of the best comedies of the last ten years. The movie had me in hysterics and I have no doubt that you were cracking up as well.

9) The Bourne Ultimatum

The Bourne Ultimatum is the movie I see more often on best of 2007 lists this year and with good reason; the movie kicked butt. It was one of the best action flicks of the year, and it would have made the top five if it weren’t for all that shaky cam crap. I loathe shaky cam. A great action performance by Matt Damon and great end to a fantastic trilogy.

8) Gone Baby Gone

Screw all the Ben Affleck haters; Gone Baby Gone is one hell of a movie. It was shot beautifully, paced well, and every single performance, from Casey Affleck to any one of the two-bit criminals, was amazing. Saying I was impressed would be an understatement. If you’re a fan of movies, you really need to check this one out. Kudos to Affleck.

7) Stardust

Stardust

Stardust was the best film or the year that you didn’t see. Based on Neil Gaiman’s comicbook series, it was by far the best fantasy film of the year, and quickly became my favorite fantasy film ever (I liked Lord of The Rings, but I loved this one). Robert De Niro gave the scene-stealing performance of the year and Michelle Pfeiffer should get an award for still being so hot.

6) 300

300 might not have been for everyone, but it sure was a blast for us. Crazy action scenes and over the top machismo performances made Frank Miller and his comicbook proud. When I first heard that unknown (at the time) director Zack Snyder was going to adapt the comic, and that it was going to be filmed blue screen, I thought end result was going to be a cheap b-movie. Boy was I wrong.

5) Hot Fuzz

From the people who brought you Shaun of The Dead, comes an even better movie (gasp!), Hot Fuzz. Yup, I liked it better than Shaun; I thought it was funnier, and I found the story more intriguing. Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg can do no wrong in my mind, and I can’t wait for their next collaboration. You should also check out the special edition DVD for a commentary track by Quentin Tarantino! If Trarantino actually sits down to record a commentary track (he hardly ever does) for a movie that he has no part of, you know it must be good.

4) Transformers

Transformers might have been filled with flaws, but that didn’t stop it from being one of the most entertaining action movies, not only of the year, but also of all time. Honestly, I couldn’t care less about the story or that they changed the look of most of the Transformers; It all came down to the action scenes and the awesome CGI (best I’ve ever seen). I watched this movie with Transformers fans and people who couldn’t care less about them, and everyone loved it. And the only thing more enjoyable than watching a TF transform was watching Megan Fox strut her stuff (c’mon, you knew I had to say it).

3) Ratatouille

If you’re surprised that Ratatouille is number three, you should have seen how surprised I was when I left the theatre. I wasn’t expecting the movie be good as it was, not even close, but it was one of the most enjoyable animated films ever made. It reminded me of the older Disney films… the ones that had heart and didn’t rely on flashy effects. A fun movie, from begining to end.

2) 3:10 To Yuma

Let me start off by saying the best performance of the year goes to Russell Crowe (then again, I still haven’t seen There Will Be Blood and I consider Daniel Day-Lewis the greatest living actor today, but it will be very, very hard to beat Crowe). He delivers the best line/moment of the year (“Even bad men love their mommas”). 3:10 To Yuma is beautifully shot, filled with great performances and unique characters, and has an amazing musical score as well. In other words, a near-perfect movie.

1) Grind House: Planet Terror

This wasn’t a hard choice at all. The best movie of the year goes to Planet Terror. Not only was it the best, but it was also one of the most entertaining movie-going experiences of my life. The only flaw I can find with this movie was that it was attached to Death Proof (hated it, and that’s saying a lot considering Tarantino is my favorite filmmaker). Director Robert Rodriguez made a movie for the fans, and gave us everything we could want… and then some.

We hope you enjoyed our Top 10 Movies of 2007. Feel free to leave your thoughts and comments on your favorite movies of the year!

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10 Responses to “Top 10 Movies Of 2007”

  1. joe Says:

    10 thru 2 (aside from stardust) are great; maybe in a different order though. where’s eastern promises, cronenberg is a master. i like rodriguez, but crap that movie wasn’t that good.

  2. Craig Cabaret Says:

    I can’t believe Planet Terror made the top of the list.

  3. darkflame Says:

    Id have much of that list, and;

    Die Hard 4.0 (utterly stupid, but I found it entertaining in the extreme)

    Harry Potter 5 (actualy pretty darn good, much better then #4).

    Enchanted (Best non-pixar disney film in ages, allthough thats not saying much. Still, they lampoon themselfs quite well).

    Paprika (The most stunningly amazing visual film I have seen.One of those films everyone should watch when they think animation is just for kids).

    Overall a very very good year.

  4. aisambivalent Says:

    where’s no country for old men? although this isn’t the artsy fartsy list i agree…..it shouldn’t be the prepubescent 5th grader list either

  5. jaromir Says:

    What about “No country for Old Men”?

    Never watched “Stardust”…..i dunno, didn’t think it was good, guess i might have to check it though.

  6. Popoholic Says:

    I’m ashamed to say that I have yet to see “No Country For Old Men” and “Juno” (which I raved about when I first saw the trailer).

    I’ll let you guys know what I think of them and what affect they would have had on the list as soon as I check them out.

  7. swweet Says:

    Wow. I disagree strongly.

    Ratatouille was not that good, the writing was very obvious.
    3:10 to Yuma was good but not amazing!
    Hot fuzz was funny, but Superbad should be much higher on your list.

  8. Eric Says:

    I thought Superbad was the most dumb movie of all times, it was slightly funny in some parts but overall it was way too long and I just wanted to shut it off

  9. eb Says:

    No Country For Old Men? Juno? Zodiac? Michael Clayton? There Will Be Blood?

  10. quinn Says:

    wow! you have the WORST taste in movies, kudos to you for publishing your opinions though………. wow

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