Top 20 Fan-Favorite Movies of 2007: Ranked by Votes!

Roll out the red carpet and grab your popcorn, because we’re about to take a cinematic journey back to 2007! A year that gifted us with an eclectic mix of cinematic gems, from heart-stopping thrillers to tear-jerking dramas, and of course, those unforgettable comedies that still tickle our funny bones. But which of these films truly captured the hearts of moviegoers? Which ones still have us quoting lines and reenacting scenes, over a decade later? We’ve crunched the numbers, tallied the votes, and are ready to reveal the top 20 fan-favorite movies of 2007. So, whether you’re a film buff, a casual viewer, or just someone who loves a good nostalgia trip, buckle up! It’s time to revisit the silver screen magic of 2007. Lights, camera, action!
There Will Be Blood

There Will Be Blood

Release Date: 2007-12-26

Genres: Drama

“There Will Be Blood” is a gripping drama set in 1900s California, where a ruthless silver miner named Daniel Plainview becomes an oil prospector. With his son by his side, Plainview cleverly deceives local landowners into selling their properties for a fraction of their worth. However, his actions catch the attention of a suspicious preacher named Eli Sunday, leading to a dangerous and intense feud that puts both their lives at stake. Starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano, this critically acclaimed film was voted as one of the best movies of 2007.

Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis (Daniel Plainview) , Paul Dano (Paul Sunday / Eli Sunday) , Kevin J. O’Connor (Henry) , Ciarán Hinds (Fletcher Hamilton) , Dillon Freasier (H.W. Plainview) , Hope Elizabeth Reeves (Elizabeth) , Colleen Foy (Mary Sunday) , Barry Del Sherman (H. B. Ailman) , David Willis (Abel Sunday) , Hans Howes (Mr. Bandy) , Sydney McCallister (Mary Sunday (young)) , Paul F. Tompkins (Prescott) , Kevin Breznahan (Signal Hill Man) , Jim Meskimen (Signal Hill Married Man) , Erica Sullivan (Signal Hill Woman) , Randall Carver (Mr. Bankside) , Coco Leigh (Mrs. Bankside) , James Downey (Al Rose) , David Warshofsky (H.M. Tilford) , Charles Thomas Doyle (J.J. Carter) , Russell Harvard (Adult H.W. Plainview) , Martin Stringer (Silver Assay Worker) , Matthew Braden Stringer (Silver Assay Worker) , Jacob Stringer (Silver Assay Worker) , Joseph Mussey (Silver Assay Worker)

Directors: Paul Thomas Anderson

Writers: Paul Thomas Anderson, Upton Sinclair

Tags: sibling relationship, california, capitalism, based on novel or book, pastor, deaf-mute, american dream, fanatic, petrol, baptism, father, misanthrophy, oil, money, religion, church, killer, alcoholic, narcissism, character study, bowling alley, sign languages, adopted son, early 1900s

Elite Squad

Elite Squad

Release Date: 2007-10-12

Genres: Drama, Action, Crime

“Elite Squad” is a gripping Brazilian action film released in 2007. Set in Rio de Janeiro, it follows Captain Nascimento, a member of the Special Police Operations Battalion, as he takes on the dangerous task of eliminating drug dealers in a slum before the pope’s visit. With a talented cast including Wagner Moura and Caio Junqueira, this movie promises intense action and a thrilling storyline.

Cast: Wagner Moura (Capitão Nascimento) , Caio Junqueira (Neto) , André Ramiro (André Matias) , Milhem Cortaz (Capitao Fabio) , Fernanda Machado (Maria) , Maria Ribeiro (Rosane) , Fábio Lago (Baiano) , Erick Oliveira (Marcinho) , Marcello Escorel (Coronel Otávio) , Roberta Santiago (Rose) , Fernanda de Freitas (Roberta) , Paulo Vilela (Edu) , Juliano Cazarré (Soldado Tatu) , Guilherme Guaral (Marimbondo) , André Di Mauro (Pedro Rodrigues) , Thelmo Fernandes (Sgt. Alves) , Paulo Hamilton (Soldado Paulo) , Sandro Rocha (Sgt. Rocha) , Thiago Mendonça () , Nathalia Dill () , Álamo Facó () , Otto Jr. ()

Directors: José Padilha

Writers: Bráulio Mantovani, José Padilha, André Batista, Luiz Eduardo Soares, Rodrigo Pimentel

Tags: slum, police brutality, war on drugs, rio de janeiro, drug trafficking, drug dealer, torturing police, special forces, law enforcement, brazilian cinema

No Country for Old Men

No Country for Old Men

Release Date: 2007-06-13

Genres: Crime, Drama, Thriller

“No Country for Old Men” is a gripping thriller set in the Texas desert. When Llewelyn Moss stumbles upon a fortune in cash and drugs, he becomes the target of a relentless killer named Anton Chigurh. With the local sheriff hot on their trail, the lines between hunter and hunted blur in this intense pursuit of money and justice. Starring Tommy Lee Jones, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, and Woody Harrelson, this 2007 release is a must-watch for fans of suspenseful movies.

Cast: Tommy Lee Jones (Ed Tom Bell) , Javier Bardem (Anton Chigurh) , Josh Brolin (Llewelyn Moss) , Woody Harrelson (Carson Wells) , Kelly Macdonald (Carla Jean Moss) , Garret Dillahunt (Wendell) , Tess Harper (Loretta Bell) , Barry Corbin (Ellis) , Stephen Root (Man Who Hires Wells) , Rodger Boyce (El Paso Sheriff) , Beth Grant (Carla Jean’s Mother) , Ana Reeder (Poolside Woman) , Kit Gwin (Sheriff Bell’s Secretary) , Zach Hopkins (Strangled Deputy) , Chip Love (Man in Ford) , Eduardo Antonio Garcia (“Agua” Man) , Gene Jones (Gas Station Proprietor) , Myk Watford (“Managerial” Victim) , Boots Southerland (“Managerial” Victim) , Kathy Lamkin (Desert Aire Manager) , Johnnie Hector (Cabbie at Bus Station) , Margaret Bowman (Del Rio Motel Clerk) , Thomas Kopache (Boot Salesman) , Jason Douglas (Cabbie at Motel) , Doris Hargrave (Waitress)

Directors: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen

Writers: Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Cormac McCarthy, Narges Takesh

Tags: vietnam veteran, sheriff, based on novel or book, trailer park, texas, drug trafficking, motel, hitman, usa–mexico border, psychopath, drug cartel, fate, desert, modern-day western, neo-western, tracking device, cold blooded killer, motel room, cartel, neo-noir, 1980s, mexican cartel, drug deal, coin toss, human nature, captive bolt gun, western noir, horror western, faithful adaptation

Freedom Writers

Freedom Writers

Release Date: 2007-01-05

Genres: Crime, Drama

“Freedom Writers” is a heartwarming movie released in 2007 that tells the inspiring story of a young teacher who goes above and beyond to motivate her at-risk students. With a stellar cast including Hilary Swank and Patrick Dempsey, this film explores themes of tolerance, education, and the power of determination. It’s a must-watch for anyone looking for a feel-good movie with a powerful message.

Cast: Hilary Swank (Erin Gruwell) , Scott Glenn (Steve Gruwell) , Imelda Staunton (Margaret Campbell) , Patrick Dempsey (Scott Casey) , April Lee Hernandez (Eva Benitez) , Robert Wisdom (Dr. Carl Cohn) , John Benjamin Hickey (Brian Gelford) , Pat Carroll (Miep Gies) , Hunter Parrish (Ben) , Kristin Herrera (Gloria Munez) , Jaclyn Ngan (Sindy) , Sergio Montalvo (Alejandro Santiago) , Jason Finn (Marcus) , Deance Wyatt (Jamal Hill) , Vanetta Smith (Brandy Ross) , Gabriel Chavarria (Tito) , Antonio García (Miguel) , Giovonnie Samuels (Victoria) , Will Morales (Paco) , Armand Jones (Grant Rice) , Ricardo Molina (Eva’s Father) , Angela Alvarado (Eva’s Mother) , Liisa Cohen (Brandy’s Mother) , Tim Halligan (Principal Banning) , Renee Firestone (Herself – Holocaust survivor)

Directors: Richard LaGravenese

Writers: Richard LaGravenese, Erin Gruwell

Tags: black people, based on novel or book, holocaust (shoah), ghetto, diary, principal witness , biography, daughter, high school, racial segregation, anne frank, school excursion, idealism, violence in schools, based on true story, racial tension, gang violence

Into the Wild

Into the Wild

Release Date: 2007-09-11

Genres: Adventure, Drama

“Into the Wild” is a captivating movie released in 2007 that tells the inspiring true story of Christopher McCandless. After graduating from college, Christopher decides to leave everything behind and embark on a journey to Alaska, where he plans to live in the wilderness. With a talented cast including Emile Hirsch, Marcia Gay Harden, and Kristen Stewart, this film explores themes of adventure, self-discovery, and the pursuit of a simpler life.

Cast: Emile Hirsch (Christopher McCandless / Alexander Supertramp) , Marcia Gay Harden (Billie McCandless) , William Hurt (Walt McCandless) , Jena Malone (Carine McCandless / Additional Narration (voice)) , Brian H. Dierker (Rainey) , Catherine Keener (Jan Burres) , Vince Vaughn (Wayne Westerberg) , Kristen Stewart (Tracy Tatro) , Hal Holbrook (Ronald “Ron” Franz) , Thure Lindhardt (Mads) , Signe Egholm Olsen (Sonja) , Jim Gallien (Himself) , James J. O’Neill (Graduation Reader) , Malinda McCollum (Waitress) , Paul Knauls (Building Manager) , Zach Galifianakis (Kevin) , Craig Mutsch (Wayne’s Crew #1) , Jim Beidler (Wayne’s Crew #2) , John Decker (Hutterite #1) , John Hofer (Hutterite #2) , Jerry Hofer (Hutterite #3) , Terry Waldner (Hutterite #4) , Robin Mathews (Gail Borah) , Candice Campos (Bar Girl) , Steven Wiig (Lee’s Ferry Ranger)

Directors: Sean Penn

Writers: Sean Penn, Jon Krakauer

Tags: parent child relationship, camping, self-discovery, wilderness, biography, road trip, based on true story, alaska, journey

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Release Date: 2007-06-28

Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Mystery

“Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” is a thrilling fantasy film released in 2007. It follows Harry’s fifth year at Hogwarts, where he takes matters into his own hands to protect his fellow students from the dark arts, as his warnings about Lord Voldemort’s return are ignored. Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson, this movie is a must-watch for fans of the magical world of Harry Potter.

Cast: Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) , Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) , Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) , Imelda Staunton (Dolores Umbridge) , Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange) , Robbie Coltrane (Rubeus Hagrid) , Gary Oldman (Sirius Black) , Ralph Fiennes (Lord Voldemort) , Michael Gambon (Albus Dumbledore) , Alan Rickman (Severus Snape) , Richard Griffiths (Vernon Dursley) , Brendan Gleeson (Alastor “Mad-Eye” Moody) , Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy) , Evanna Lynch (Luna Lovegood) , Katie Leung (Cho Chang) , Warwick Davis (Filius Flitwick) , Fiona Shaw (Petunia Dursley) , Maggie Smith (Minerva McGonagall) , David Thewlis (Remus Lupin) , Emma Thompson (Sybill Trelawney) , Julie Walters (Molly Weasley) , David Bradley (Argus Filch) , Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) , Robert Hardy (Cornelius Fudge) , George Harris (Kingsley Shacklebolt)

Directors: David Yates

Writers: Michael Goldenberg, J.K. Rowling

Tags: prophecy, witch, loss of loved one, professor, magic, child hero, dying and death, school of witchcraft, black magic, sorcery, court, supernatural, occult, wizard, christmas, scholar, mystical land, ministry, based on young adult novel



Release Date: 2007-09-07

Genres: Drama, Romance

“Atonement” is a captivating drama set in 1935, following the life-altering consequences of a young girl’s false accusation against her sister’s lover. With a star-studded cast including Keira Knightley, James McAvoy, and Saoirse Ronan, this 2007 film takes you on a gripping journey of love, betrayal, and the power of guilt. Released on September 7th, it’s no wonder this movie made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year.

Cast: Keira Knightley (Cecilia Tallis) , James McAvoy (Robbie Turner) , Romola Garai (Briony Tallis (Age 18)) , Saoirse Ronan (Briony Tallis (Age 13)) , Brenda Blethyn (Grace Turner) , Vanessa Redgrave (Briony Tallis (Age 77)) , Juno Temple (Lola Quincey) , Benedict Cumberbatch (Paul Marshall) , Harriet Walter (Emily Tallis) , Alfie Allen (Danny Hardman) , Jérémie Renier (Luc Cornet) , Anthony Minghella (Interviewer) , Tobias Menzies (Naval Officer) , Peter Wight (Police Inspector) , Gina McKee (Sister Drummond) , Tilly Vosburgh (Mother of Evacuees) , John Normington (Vicar) , Patrick Kennedy (Leon Tallis) , Peter McNeil O’Connor (Police Sergeant) , Daniel Mays (Tommy Nettle) , Nonso Anozie (Frank Mace) , Michelle Duncan (Fiona Maguire) , Michel Vuillermoz (Frenchman) , Lionel Abelanski (Frenchman) , Roger Evans (Beach Soldier)

Directors: Joe Wright

Writers: Christopher Hampton, Ian McEwan

Tags: sibling relationship, nurse, loss of loved one, based on novel or book, flirt, new love, wind, world war ii, lie, letter, twist, mistake, innocence, author, redemption, summer, dunkirk, london blitz, sepsis

The Man from Earth

The Man from Earth

Release Date: 2007-06-10

Genres: Science Fiction, Drama

“The Man from Earth” is a captivating movie released in 2007 that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year. It tells the intriguing story of Professor John Oldman, who shocks his colleagues at a farewell party by revealing that he has been alive for 14,000 years and never ages. With a talented cast including David Lee Smith, Tony Todd, and John Billingsley, this thought-provoking film will keep you hooked from start to finish.

Cast: David Lee Smith (John Oldman) , Tony Todd (Dan) , John Billingsley (Harry) , Ellen Crawford (Edith) , Annika Peterson (Sandy) , Alexis Thorpe (Linda Murphy) , William Katt (Art) , Richard Riehle (Dr. Will Gruber) , Steven Littles (Moving Man #1) , Chase Sprague (Moving Man #2) , Robbie Bryan (Officer)

Directors: Richard Schenkman

Writers: Jerome Bixby

Tags: philosophy, birthday, professor, psychology, bible, time, legend, immortality, survival, prehistory, memory, anthropology, religion, church, cavemen

American Gangster

American Gangster

Release Date: 2007-11-02

Genres: Drama, Crime

“American Gangster” is a gripping crime drama released in 2007. Starring Russell Crowe and Denzel Washington, the movie tells the story of Frank Lucas, who becomes the top heroin importer in Harlem after the death of his mentor. Based on a true story, it explores Lucas’ unique methods of smuggling drugs into the United States, making it a must-watch for fans of thrilling and real-life inspired films.

Cast: Russell Crowe (Richie Roberts) , Denzel Washington (Frank Lucas) , Chiwetel Ejiofor (Huey Lucas) , Cuba Gooding Jr. (Nicky Barnes) , Josh Brolin (Detective Trupo) , Ted Levine (Lou Toback) , Armand Assante (Dominic Cattano) , John Ortiz (Javier J. Rivera) , John Hawkes (Freddie Spearman) , RZA (Moses Jones) , Lymari Nadal (Eva) , Yul Vazquez (Alfonso Abruzzo) , Ruby Dee (Mama Lucas) , Idris Elba (Tango) , Carla Gugino (Laurie Roberts) , Joe Morton (Charlie Williams) , Common (Turner Lucas) , Ritchie Coster (Joey Sadano) , Jon Polito (Rossi) , Kevin Corrigan (Campizi) , Roger Guenveur Smith (Nate) , Malcolm Goodwin (Jimmy Zee) , Ric Young (Chinese General) , Roger Bart (US Attorney) , T.I. (Stevie Lucas)

Directors: Ridley Scott

Writers: Steven Zaillian, Mark Jacobson

Tags: underdog, black people, drug trafficking, ghetto, gangster, drug smuggling, society, ambition, rise and fall, cop, drug dealing, police corruption, police detective, family, law enforcement, aftercreditsstinger, dishonesty, criminal heroes

Hot Fuzz

Hot Fuzz

Release Date: 2007-02-14

Genres: Crime, Action, Comedy

“Hot Fuzz” is a hilarious action-comedy film released in 2007. Starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, it tells the story of Nicholas Angel, a former London constable who struggles to adjust to his new job in a quiet British village. However, things take a thrilling turn when a series of mysterious accidents occur, leading Angel to suspect that something sinister is happening in the seemingly peaceful town. With a talented cast including Jim Broadbent, Paddy Considine, and Olivia Colman, this movie is a must-watch for those who enjoy a perfect blend of humor and suspense.

Cast: Simon Pegg (Nicholas Angel) , Nick Frost (PC Danny Butterman) , Jim Broadbent (Inspector Frank Butterman) , Paddy Considine (DS Andy Wainwright) , Rafe Spall (DC Andy Cartwright) , Kevin Eldon (Sergeant Tony Fisher) , Olivia Colman (PC Doris Thatcher) , Bill Bailey (Sergeant Turner) , Karl Johnson (PC Bob Walker) , Timothy Dalton (Simon Skinner) , Edward Woodward (Tom Weaver) , Billie Whitelaw (Joyce Cooper) , Stuart Wilson (Dr. Robin Hatcher) , Paul Freeman (Rev. Philip Shooter) , Rory McCann (Michael “Lurch” Armstrong) , Kenneth Cranham (James Reaper) , Maria Charles (Mrs. Reaper) , Peter Wight (Roy Porter) , Julia Deakin (Mary Porter) , Eric Mason (Bernard Cooper) , Trevor Nichols (Greg Prosser) , Elizabeth Elvin (Sheree Prosser) , Patricia Franklin (Annette Roper) , Lorraine Hilton (Amanda Paver) , Tim Barlow (Mr. Treacher)

Directors: Edgar Wright

Writers: Edgar Wright, Simon Pegg

Tags: village, arrest, police, partner, parody, murder, conspiracy, serial killer, rural area, gunfight, english countryside, cult film, police force, buddy cop, accident



Release Date: 2007-03-02

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

“Zodiac” is a thrilling crime movie released in 2007, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, and Robert Downey Jr. It follows the story of a cartoonist who teams up with a reporter and a law enforcement officer to catch a notorious serial killer. With a talented cast and a gripping plot, this film is definitely one of the best voted movies of 2007.

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal (Robert Graysmith) , Mark Ruffalo (Inspector David Toschi) , Anthony Edwards (Inspector William Armstrong) , Robert Downey Jr. (Paul Avery) , Brian Cox (Melvin Belli) , John Carroll Lynch (Arthur Leigh Allen) , Richmond Arquette (Zodiac 1 / Zodiac 2) , Bob Stephenson (Zodiac 3) , John Lacy (Zodiac 4) , Chloë Sevigny (Melanie) , Ed Setrakian (Al Hyman) , John Getz (Templeton Peck) , John Terry (Charles Thieriot) , Candy Clark (Carol Fisher) , Elias Koteas (Sgt. Jack Mulanax) , Dermot Mulroney (Captain Martin Lee) , Donal Logue (Captain Ken Narlow) , June Diane Raphael (Mrs. Toschi) , Ciara Hughes (Darlene Ferrin) , Lee Norris (Young Mike Mageau) , Patrick Scott Lewis (Bryan Hartnell) , Pell James (Cecilia Shepard) , Philip Baker Hall (Sherwood Morrill) , David Lee Smith (Father) , Jason Wiles (Lab Tech Dagitz)

Directors: David Fincher

Writers: James Vanderbilt, Robert Graysmith

Tags: california, san francisco, california, killing, journalist, newspaper, 1970s, victim, code, investigation, police, murder, serial killer, crime scene, reporter, whodunit, young man, fourth of july, newspaper article, 1960s, zodiac killer, san francisco, young girl, young girls, california, usa, psycho california, san francisco california, usa, san francisco, usa

The Bourne Ultimatum

The Bourne Ultimatum

Release Date: 2007-08-03

Genres: Action, Drama, Mystery, Thriller

“The Bourne Ultimatum” is a thrilling action-packed movie released in 2007. Starring Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, and David Strathairn, it follows the story of Jason Bourne, who is forced out of hiding when a reporter uncovers a secret government operation. As Bourne tries to uncover his own mysterious past, he must outsmart and evade the relentless pursuit of The Company.

Cast: Matt Damon (Jason Bourne) , Julia Stiles (Nicky Parsons) , David Strathairn (Noah Vosen) , Scott Glenn (Ezra Kramer) , Paddy Considine (Simon Ross) , Edgar Ramírez (Paz) , Albert Finney (Dr. Albert Hirsch) , Joan Allen (Pamela Landy) , Tom Gallop (Tom Cronin) , Corey Johnson (Conrad Wills) , Daniel Brühl (Martin Kreutz) , Joey Ansah (Desh Bouksani) , Colin Stinton (Neal Daniels) , Dan Fredenburgh (Jimmy) , Lucy Liemann (Lucy) , Bryan Reents (Technician) , Arkie Reece (Technician) , John Roberson (Technician) , Russ Huards (Technician) , Mark Bazeley (Betancourt) , Sinead O’Keefe (Chamberlain) , Charles Venn (Agent Hammond) , Scott Adkins (Agent Kiley) , Branko Tomović (Russian Policeman) , Laurentiu Possa (Russian Policeman)

Directors: Paul Greengrass

Writers: George Nolfi, Scott Z. Burns, Tony Gilroy, Robert Ludlum

Tags: paris, france, corruption, madrid, spain, assassin, based on novel or book, europe, prosecution, dangerous, fake identity, revelation, government, interpol, sequel, flashback, conspiracy, shootout, espionage, motorcycle, foot chase, dark past, langley virginia, moscow, russia, action hero, security leak, bourne, jason bourne



Release Date: 2007-03-23

Genres: Drama, Music, Romance

“Once” is a heartwarming movie released in 2007 about a vacuum repairman who dreams of making it big as a street musician. His life takes an unexpected turn when he meets a Czech immigrant who shares his passion for music. Together, they embark on a musical journey, composing beautiful songs that reflect their blossoming love. Starring Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, this film is a must-watch for music lovers and romantics alike.

Cast: Glen Hansard (Guy) , Markéta Irglová (Girl) , Hugh Walsh (Timmy Drummer) , Gerard Hendrick (Lead Guitarist) , Alaistair Foley (Bassist) , Geoff Minogue (Eamon) , Bill Hodnett (Guy’s Dad) , Danuse Ktrestova (Girl’s Mother) , Darren Healy (Heroin Addict) , Mal Whyte (Bill) , Marcella Plunkett (Ex Girlfriend) , Niall Cleary (Bob) , Sean Miller (Bank Manager)

Directors: John Carney

Writers: John Carney

Tags: rock ‘n’ roll, pop, composer, love of one’s life, fascination, lovers, dublin, ireland, recording studio, music instrument, pianist, ireland, love sickness, music store, street musician, songwriting, recording session, street singer

Eastern Promises

Eastern Promises

Release Date: 2007-09-14

Genres: Thriller, Crime, Mystery

“Eastern Promises” is a gripping 2007 movie that takes place in London and follows the story of a Russian teenager who tragically dies during childbirth. The film revolves around a midwife who discovers clues in the teenager’s journal, leading her to a dangerous Russian mob family involved in a violent rape. With an incredible cast including Viggo Mortensen, Naomi Watts, and Vincent Cassel, this thrilling crime drama is definitely one of the best movies of 2007.

Cast: Viggo Mortensen (Nikolai Luzhin) , Naomi Watts (Anna Ivanovna Khitrova) , Vincent Cassel (Kirill) , Armin Mueller-Stahl (Semyon) , Sinéad Cusack (Helen) , Donald Sumpter (Yuri) , Jerzy Skolimowski (Stepan) , Josef Altin (Ekrem) , Mina E. Mina (Azim) , Aleksandar Mikic (Soyka) , Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse (Tatiana) , Tatiana Maslany (Tatiana (voice)) , Tereza Srbova (Kirilenko) , David Papava (Chechen) , Tamer Hassan (Chechen) , Raza Jaffrey (Doctor Aziz) , Elisa Lasowski (Prostitute) , Alice Henley (Prostitute) , Tony Cook (Football Hooligan (uncredited))

Directors: David Cronenberg

Writers: Steven Knight

Tags: london, england, tattoo, prostitute, rape, jealousy, parent child relationship, chauffeur, hitman, diary, gangster, human trafficking, midwife, bratva (russian mafia), murder, statutory rape, orphan, brutality, motorcycle, disposing of a dead body, bathhouse, empathy

Becoming Jane

Becoming Jane

Release Date: 2007-03-02

Genres: Romance, Drama

“Becoming Jane” is a captivating biographical film released in 2007 that takes us back in time to explore the early life of renowned author Jane Austen. Starring Anne Hathaway and James McAvoy, the movie delves into Austen’s romantic journey with a charming Irishman, offering a glimpse into the experiences that shaped her remarkable writing career. With a stellar cast and a heartfelt storyline, this film is a must-watch for fans of Austen’s timeless novels.

Cast: Anne Hathaway (Jane Austen) , James McAvoy (Tom Lefroy) , Julie Walters (Mrs. Austen) , James Cromwell (Mr. Austen) , Maggie Smith (Lady Gresham) , Joe Anderson (Henry Austen) , Lucy Cohu (Eliza de Feuillide) , Laurence Fox (Mr. Wisley) , Ian Richardson (Richter Langlois) , Anna Maxwell Martin (Cassandra Austen) , Leo Bill (John Warren) , Jessica Ashworth (Lucy Lefroy) , Michael James Ford (Mr. Lefroy) , Tom Vaughan-Lawlor (Robert Fowle) , Chris McHallem (Mr. Curtis) , Helen McCrory (Mrs. Radcliffe) , Michael Patric (Don Dogarty) , Elaine Murphy (Jenny)

Directors: Julian Jarrold

Writers: Kevin Hood, Sarah Williams

Tags: england, judge, new love, empowerment, country life, future, letter, lovers, sister, author, ireland, family

The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner

Release Date: 2007-12-14

Genres: Drama

“The Kite Runner” is a captivating drama released on December 14, 2007. Set in Afghanistan, the movie follows Amir, who returns to his homeland after years in California to assist his old friend Hassan. As they navigate through personal and political challenges, the film explores their deep bond and the sacrifices they make for each other’s family. With a talented cast including Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada, Atossa Leoni, and Khalid Abdalla, this heartfelt story is sure to leave a lasting impression.

Cast: Ahmad Khan Mahmoodzada (Young Hassan) , Atossa Leoni (Soraya) , Khalid Abdalla (Amir) , Elham Ehsas (Young Assef) , Homayoun Ershadi (Baba) , Saïd Taghmaoui (Farid) , Mustafa Haidari (Party Worker) , Shaun Toub (Rahim Kahn) , Zekeria Ebrahimi (Young Amir) , Ali Danish Bakhty Ari (Sohrab) , Nabi Tanha (Ali) , Bahram Ehsas (Wali) , Tamim Nawabi (Kamal) , Mohamad Nabi Attai (Uncle Saifo the Kite Seller) , Mir Mahmood Shah Hashimi (Business Man in Baba’s Study) , Mohamad Nadir Sarwari (Spice Merchant) , Kenny Santiago Marrero (Russian Solider (uncredited))

Directors: Marc Forster

Writers: David Benioff, Khaled Hosseini

Tags: 1970s, afghanistan, hang gliding, afghanistan war (2001- ), taliban, cowardice, best friend, cowardliness, child

Gone Baby Gone

Gone Baby Gone

Release Date: 2007-09-18

Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery

“Gone Baby Gone” is a gripping crime drama released in 2007. When a 4-year-old girl goes missing and the police struggle to solve the case, her aunt hires two private detectives, Patrick Kenzie and Angie Gennaro. With little experience but a deep understanding of their tough neighborhood, the detectives embark on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth. Starring Casey Affleck, Michelle Monaghan, Morgan Freeman, Ed Harris, and more, this movie will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end.

Cast: Casey Affleck (Patrick Kenzie) , Michelle Monaghan (Angie Gennaro) , Morgan Freeman (Jack Doyle) , Ed Harris (Sgt. Det. Remy Bressant) , John Ashton (Det. Nick Poole) , Amy Ryan (Helene McCready) , Amy Madigan (Bea McCready) , Titus Welliver (Lionel McCready) , Michael Kenneth Williams (Devin) , Edi Gathegi (“Cheese” Jean Baptiste) , Mark Margolis (Leon Trett) , Madeline O’Brien (Amanda McCready) , Slaine (Bubba) , Trudi Goodman (Roberta Trett) , Matthew Maher (Corwin Earle) , Jill Quigg (Dottie) , Sean Malone (Skinny Ray Likanski) , Brian Scannell (Lenny) , Jay Giannone (Steve Penteroudakis) , William Lee (Big Dave) , William Marlowe (Fillmore Regular) , Daniel DeMiller Jr. (Fillmore Regular) , Kenneth Butler Jr. (Fillmore Regular) , Stephen Curran (Fillmore Regular) , Michael T. Blythe (Fillmore Regular)

Directors: Ben Affleck

Writers: Ben Affleck, Dennis Lehane, Aaron Stockard

Tags: corruption, robbery, detective, based on novel or book, boston, massachusetts, drug addiction, kidnapping, blackmail, police, murder, conspiracy, gang, pedophile, drugs, alcoholic, addict, child kidnapping, neo-noir



Release Date: 2007-04-19

Genres: Thriller

“Fracture” is a gripping thriller released in 2007, starring Anthony Hopkins and Ryan Gosling. The movie follows the intense courtroom battle between a husband accused of attempting to murder his wife and an ambitious district attorney. As the story unfolds, unexpected twists and turns keep both the characters and the audience on the edge of their seats, making it a must-watch for suspense lovers.

Cast: Anthony Hopkins (Theodore Crawford) , Ryan Gosling (William Beachum) , David Strathairn (Joe Lobruto) , Rosamund Pike (Nikki Gardner) , Embeth Davidtz (Jennifer Crawford) , Billy Burke (Lt. Rob Nunally) , Cliff Curtis (Detective Flores) , Fiona Shaw (Judge Robinson) , Bob Gunton (Judge Gardner) , Josh Stamberg (Norman Foster) , Xander Berkeley (Judge Moran) , Zoe Kazan (Mona) , Judith Scott (Resident) , Gary Carlos Cervantes (Ciro) , Petrea Burchard (Dr. Marion Kang) , Garz Chan (Assistant Hotel Manager) , Wendy Cutler (Gladys) , Larry Sullivan (Lee Gardner) , Valerie Dillman (Peg Gardner) , Gonzalo Menendez (Uniform Cop) , Vivica Genaux (Opera Singer) , Cooper Thornton (Public Defender) , Lyle Kanouse (Messenger) , Sandra Prosper (Karla) , Monica Garcia Pérez (Crawford’s Secretary)

Directors: Gregory Hoblit

Writers: Daniel Pyne, Glenn Gers

Tags: perfect crime, prosecution, legal thriller

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

Release Date: 2007-05-19

Genres: Adventure, Fantasy, Action

“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End” is a thrilling adventure film released in 2007. It features an all-star cast including Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom, and Keira Knightley. The movie follows Captain Barbossa, who mysteriously returns from the dead and embarks on a journey to the edge of the Earth with Will Turner and Elizabeth Swann. However, things are not as they seem in this action-packed tale of pirates and treachery.

Cast: Johnny Depp (Jack Sparrow) , Orlando Bloom (Will Turner) , Keira Knightley (Elizabeth Swann) , Geoffrey Rush (Hector Barbossa) , Stellan Skarsgård (William “Bootstrap Bill” Turner) , Chow Yun-fat (Sao Feng) , Bill Nighy (Davy Jones) , Jack Davenport (James Norrington) , Kevin McNally (Joshamee Gibbs) , Tom Hollander (Cutler Beckett) , Naomie Harris (Tia Dalma) , Jonathan Pryce (Weatherby Swann) , Keith Richards (Teague Sparrow) , Lee Arenberg (Pintel) , Mackenzie Crook (Ragetti) , Greg Ellis (Theodore Groves) , David Bailie (Cotton) , Martin Klebba (Marty) , David Schofield (Ian Mercer) , Lauren Maher (Scarlett) , Vanessa Branch (Giselle) , Angus Barnett (Mullroy) , Giles New (Murtogg) , Reggie Lee (Tai Huang) , Dominic Scott Kay (Henry Turner)

Directors: Gore Verbinski

Writers: Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Stuart Beattie, Jay Wolpert

Tags: exotic island, east india company, love of one’s life, traitor, shipwreck, strong woman, singapore, afterlife, sword fight, pirate, monkey, swashbuckler, flying dutchman, rum, sailing ship, aftercreditsstinger, british navy, mass hanging

The Orphanage

The Orphanage

Release Date: 2007-05-20

Genres: Horror, Drama, Thriller

“The Orphanage” is a captivating 2007 movie that made it to the list of the 20 Best Voted Movies of that year. Starring Belén Rueda, Fernando Cayo, and Roger Príncep, the film tells the story of a woman who returns to her childhood home, an orphanage, with the intention of reopening it. However, things take a chilling turn when her son starts communicating with an unseen friend. With a release date of May 20, 2007, this movie is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Cast: Belén Rueda (Laura) , Fernando Cayo (Carlos) , Roger Príncep (Simón) , Mabel Rivera (Pilar) , Montserrat Carulla (Benigna) , Andrés Gertrúdix (Enrique) , Edgar Vivar (Balaban) , Óscar Casas (Tomás) , Geraldine Chaplin (Aurora) , Carmen López (Alicia) , Óscar Lara (Guillermo) , Georgina Avellaneda (Rita) , Carla Gordillo (Martín) , Alejandro Camps (Víctor) , Enric Arquimbau (Jefe Grupo Terapia) , Blanca Martínez (Mujer Grupo Terapia) , Isabel Friera (Antonia Cuidadora) , Jordi Cardus (Niño Ciego)

Directors: J. A. Bayona

Writers: Sergio G. Sánchez, Rubén Lardín

Tags: beach, suppressed past, cave, medium, haunted house, wife, orphanage, imaginary friend, gothic horror, missing child, séance

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