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A 20th Century Fox Retrospective Scrapbook; 2007

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2007 oped with the spoof Epic Movie.


This was followed by another comedy Reno 911; Miami


The Namesake from Mira Nair was a story of Indian heritage and romance.


I Think I Love My Wife was actually a remake of Rohmer's Chloe in the Afternoon.


The Hills Have Eyes II was a dive back into slasher territory.


Firehouse Dog was exactly that, a film about a movie star dog in a firehouse.


pathfinder was a remake of a Scandinavian fantasy from the 80s.


The zombies returned in 28 Weeks Later.


Once, a gentle Irish import, was one of the year's best surprise packages, a delicate touching almost love story.


And Waitress supplied Keri Russell with a great role and a fine supporting role for Andy Griffith. Unfortunately, director and co-star Adrianne Shelley was murdered 7 months before the film's release, so she never got to see how well her film was received. It inspired a Broadway musical.


Day Watch was another dark fantasy from Russia.


While Fantastic 4; Rise of the Silver Surfer was the end of this incarnation of the heroes.


Live Free or Die Hard was the only one of the series to be a PG-13, rather than R.


Joshua was a dark film involving another demon seed.


Danny Boyle made Susnshine, a popular cult film about an expedition to the sun.


The Simpsons Movie brought the long running TV series to the big screen for a successful run.


Kevin Bacon turned vigilante in Death Sentence.


The Darjeeling Limited was the latest from Wes Anderson, and like all of his films, it was wistful and entertaining.


The Seeker: The Dark is Rising was fantasy for kids.


the Comebacks was a football parody.


Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium found Dustin Hoffman trying to channel Ed Wynn.


back to gritty action with Hitman


Alien vs Predator Requiem found a horror battle for the end of the year.


Alvin and the Chipmunks found plenty of use for helium and spawned sequels


Juno was endearing, and had a fine script, cast, and directing.


And The Savages found great truth in a pair of siblings with a father losing his memory.


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My top picks:

  1. Once
  2. Sunshine
  3. The Darjeeling Limited
  4. 28 Weeks Later
  5. The Simpsons Movie
  6. Juno
  7. The Savages


I've also seen Reno 911: MiamiThe NamesakeThe Hills Have Eyes IIPathfinderWaitressDaywatchFantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (really abysmal), Live Free or Die HardJoshuaDeath SentenceThe Seeker: The Dark is RisingMr. Magorium's Wonder EmporiumHitman, and Alien vs Predator: Requiem - I saw this in the theater on December 25th - Merry Christmas to no one!

Epic Movie is among the worst films that I've ever seen.

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