What were the best movies of 2007? Let’s check out. Every year we are blessed to have fed with great quality cinema. And as cinephiles, we can boast about devouring better cinema than the average moviegoers. The world of cinema is massive and there are numerous exciting filmmakers around the world who are working at the peak of their creative powers, constantly churning out top quality cinema. The one year that was particularly memorable for every cinephile out there was 2007. The year saw an astonishing array of films, marked by distinctive filmmaking traits and nuanced treatment to the subject. With that said, here is the list of top movies of 2007.
10. Gone Baby Gone
Ben Affleck’s miraculous metamorphosis from an ordinary actor into a supremely talented director is one of the most inspiring success stories of Hollywood. His explosive directorial debut, ‘Gone Baby Gone’ is perhaps his best work till date and one of the finest films of 2007. The film centers around two private investigators hunting for an abducted four-year-old from the Boston neighborhood of Dorchester. Replete with memorable acting performances from Casey Affleck, Amy Ryan and Ed Harris, the film is a morally hazy and emotionally powerful, compelling mystery drama. Ben Affleck’s gripping, edgy approach intensifies the underlying tension in the film with an unforgettable climax that leaves a lot for its viewers to chew on after the credits have rolled out. Easily, one of the best movies of 2017.
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9. Into the Wild
This is perhaps the most popular film on the list. ‘Into the Wild’ is an easy favorite for every lover of life and movies. It’s impossible to ignore the sheer amount of honesty and heart poured onto the film in its astonishing depiction of the angst and loneliness warped inside a 20 year old. Christopher McCandless, a young graduate does what we’ve all wished for in life when the chips were down as life confronts us with the bitter realities of the society and the people around us . Christopher discovers himself, not in the wilderness of Alaska, but in the beautiful lakes, solitary roads and the warmth that human relationships blanket you with. ‘Into the Wild’ is a beautiful, poignant and thought-provoking tale of self discovery; one that every human being on this earth must watch before he dies. The film was met with highly positive reviews from critics with most of them including the film on the top 10 lists of the year.