Guest writing on Air Guitar Nation, The Host, and The King of Kong provided graciously by Neil Miller of. When she arrives, David immediately develops a crush on her. Killah-MalmÃ¶-Law-Boggy on Apr 1, 2011 204 I have since watched most of the movies on this list. Thanks for doing my homework for me! I recently picked up the original version of Interview but have yet to watch it. Obviously, it was only meant as a guideline to help movie fans see some gems that might have missed through the year. I hope you post more of these great lists.
I also enjoyed Lars and the Real Girl, did you see that? Why it's Great: Probably the greatest underdog story ever told on film, The King of Kong was loved by both critics and all who saw it play in limited release. Once you actually see it you'll know why it deserves a spot in your collection next to Shaun of the Dead. Why it's Great: Subtitled or not, The Host is one of the most gripping films of the entire year. Will they ever be able to escape Ruth's iron fist. Sunshine, Gone Baby Gone and Assassination of Jesse James. However, David himself is too afraid of Ruth himself to do anything.
. I would rather watch a miscast of Brad Pitt and Craig Shaffer in River Runs Through It any day of the week, then to be put through the horrors of a film noir type succulent masses edgy type award winning ca ca of Juno. The jubilant dance numbers, Marc Shaiman's catchy music and Scott Wittman's snappy lyrics are performed with bubbly abandon by each and every cast member. I'm sorry that you can't appreciate other people's personal experiences and I'm sorry you can't respect what was genuinely a fantastic experience for me. Chris Evans stays under the radar alot, but has some serious acting chops.
If you take the entire list of films, you may be able to gain some insight into the type of film he enjoys. Why it's Great: Although it's hard to suggest this as I wasn't too fond of it, I can't help but include it because of how unique it is. I'd like to have a different perspective if I'm missing something key. But when Fido eats the next-door neighbor, Mom and Dad hit the roof, and Timmy has to go to the ends of the earth to keep Fido a part of the family. The Go-Getter Opened Never Directed by When his mother dies, a teenager takes a road-trip in a stolen car to find his long-lost brother.
It's the story of two gamers, both determined to hold the world record in the classic arcade game Donkey Kong. I recall enjoying it very much then — but seeing this marvelous, spirited, 2007 remake, I concede my original experience of this musical pales in comparison. Kudos to you for having the audacity to tell people they don't know what a good movie is, or, more accurately, they probably didn't watch the real good movies of 2007. I'm not necessarily against musicals, but this one is horrible. Across the Universe does not deserve to be on the list. Together, they uncover the order's unholy secret.
Ken on Jan 2, 2008 89 Gone Baby Gone was by far the best movie of the year. The zombie movie was all right. I don't understand why some people are complaining about your list. Too many people missed a great indie thriller from early in the year that I'm sure a lot will find fulfilling and thoroughly enjoyable. This isn't about getting kudos for mentioning certain films, this is about pointing out movies that don't deserve to be forgotten and are begging to be watched. I'll save this list to my favorites. Lara Croft is the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished years earlier.
What an entirely unoriginal message. This movie does a great job of creating its own niche; the songs are catchy and the performances are excellent. The Host Opened March 9th, 2007 Directed by A monster emerges from Seoul's Han River and focuses its attention on attacking people. It's musically inclined and wonderfully filmed and tells a powerful story in our country's history. Gutwrenching for anyone that has ever had children.
I saw Sunshine, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, and Grindhouse. I still see things I never noticed when I first saw it. In a feeble attempt to help her escape, David witnesses more atrocities, and gets himself captured as well. I felt ashamed for the cast during the whole session. Across the Universe Opened September 14th, 2007 Directed by A dock worker Jude travels to America in the 1960s to find his estranged father. Many times me and my wife would catch eyes and smile but not because it was good, but because it was ridiculous. I can't say enough good things about it and yet how depressing it is to see such a phenomenal movie be forgotten so easily.
The satire had some layers. On top of that, Travolta chose to sound like Carol Channing and sounds totally out of place. Not yours or what he thinks everyone else's favourite film is but his own view. Even worse No Country For Old Men, seemingly fit all the stereotypes of A plus B must equal C. Why it's Great: This is as hilarious and as awesome of a take on the zombie genre as Shaun of the Dead.
Oh, oh, oh, hungry for something that I can't eat. Be brave and take a risk with Interview, the pay off will be sweet. Thank you for letting us know what you like, even if some are too immature to handle a difference of opinion. Still have to check out King of Kong though. Is it being shown or given something? These are all that came and went. It is completely free and enables them to reach a huge audience. Gone Baby Gone Opened October 19th, 2007 Directed by Based on the Dennis Lehane novel about two Boston area detectives investigating a little girl's kidnapping, which ultimately turns into a crisis both professionally and personally.