Harry potter 5 Order of the Phoenix
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Belated anniversary, no. 4. Movie: The Darjeeling Limited. Release date: October 26, 2007 (10 and a half years old). More birthday wishes to filmmaker Wes Anderson, the man behind quirky indie darlings The Royal Tennenbaums, Rushmore, The Grand Budapest Hotel and the currently released Isle of Dogs. In honor of his special day, I'm taking a look back at his 2007 dramedy. One year after their father's funeral, Whitman brothers Peter (Adrian Brody), Jack (Jason Schwartzman) and Francis (Owen Wilson) reunite as they all board a train throughout India in hopes of bonding with each other again and overcome personal adversity and grievances along the way in this journey of self-discovery for all of them. While The Life Aquatic marked a dry spell for the director, Anderson made a critical return to form with another fascinating, melancholy and humorous take on family dynamics which he combines with his gorgeous, vintage-y scenery around India as well as allowing his three leads to mix it up and shine as the sibling trio. This is one of Anderson's more precious films.
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Yesterday I saw This is England, a 2007 British film set in the 1980s. I honestly had no idea what to except from this movie and I have to say I enjoyed it quite a bit. It was very disturbing but I’m glad I did see it. I thought that the dialogue and acting were great and the cinematography had a couple very nice shots. Though nothing that blew me away in any aspect of this movie, it was still a great movie about some weird people. Overall rating: 7/10 | #thisisengland #2007movies #movie #moviereview #goodmovie #britishmovie

The Girl Next Door.
2007. 1hr. 31min.
Directed by Gregory M. Wilson.
Starring: Blanche Baker, Blythe Auffarth. Madeline Taylor, & William Atherton. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
The Girl Next Door is a 2007 American horror film adaptation of Jack Ketchum's 1989 novel of the same name.The film is loosely based on true events surrounding the torture and murder of Sylvia Likens by Gertrude Baniszewski during the summer of 1965.
I remember when I watched the crime documentary on what happened to Sylvia.. It will forever haunt me. This movie does too good of a job capturing what they did to that girl. It's very dark. It makes you wonder how it ever happened in the first place.. It's a good movie though. Just get your tissues ready. I give it 4 out of 5 stars. ⛤⛤⛤⛤
#thegirlnextdoor2007 #horror #drama #thriller #horrormovies #moviesbasedonrealcrimes #2007movies #torture #ilovehorror #blanchebaker
#williamatherton #jackketchum #sylvialikens #murder #horrorpage #ilovehorror #horrorfan

28 Weeks Later.
2007. 1hr. 40min.
Directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.
Starring: Imogen Poots, Mackintosh Muggleton, Robert Carlyle, Jeremy Renner, & Rose Byrne. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
It's been six months since the initial outbreak of the "rage" virus in London and it's almost completely wiped out all life on the British Isles. The U.S. military has declared that the danger has past and move in to help restore some order and rebuild but they soon realize the virus is not gone and in fact, is much stronger. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
This movie is one of few that have a scene in it that makes me uncomfortable. Haha Not a lot makes me "squemish" but the intensity this movie comes with.. makes me feel it on another level so I feel like I'm tense throughout it. Lol I really really like it though. It's one that tugs at your heart at times and I found the acting to be pretty superb. It gets 4 stars from me. ⛤⛤⛤⛤
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Hostel: Part 2.
2007. 1hr. 40min.
Directed by Eli Roth.
Starring: Lauren German, Roger Bart, Heather Matarazzo, & Bijou Phillips.
Three young American women traveling abroad are lured to a luxurious spa by a beautiful stranger but are soon thrown into the torturous world of sick aristocrats. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I forgot how much I like the way this movie ends. 😂 Eli Roth is incredible. I love all of his films but strangely enough, I think I like this one more than the first Hostel. The torture scenes maybe aren't as in your face but they're definitely unique. This movie gets 4 out of 5 stars from me. ⛤⛤⛤⛤
#hostel2 #hostelpart2 #hostel22007 #horrormovies #horror #horroreveryday #ilovehorror #eliroth #americanhorror #2007movies #rogerbart #bijouphillips
#heathermatarazzo #torture #iceland #prague #slovakia #womeninhorror

Here are three of my favorite vampire films.
Interview with a Vampire 1994. 2hr 3min.
30 Days of Night. 2007. 1hr. 57min.
From Dusk till Dawn. 1996. 1hr. 48min. "Evil is a point of view. We are immortal. And what we have before us are the rich feasts that conscience cannot appreciate and mortal men cannot know without regret. God kills, and so shall we; indiscriminately He takes the richest and the poorest, and so shall we; for no creatures under God are as we are, none so like Him as ourselves, dark angels not confined to the stinking limits of hell but wandering His earth and all its kingdoms." - Anne Rice. Interview with the Vampire.
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🎬Sinopsis : Diadaptasi dari kisah nyata dari kasus pembunuhan berantai yang terjadi pada tahun 1960 - 1970 an. film Zodiac menceritakan pengungkapan kasus pembunuhan oleh seorang kartunis bernama Robert Graysmith, ia mencari-cari bukti si pembunuh walaupun kasus itu sudah ditutup oleh kepolisian San Fransisco karena bukti yang kurang akurat tentang sipembunuh yang menamainya Zodiac.
Review : skenario dari film ini menyajikan cerita dengan sangat brilliant membawa penonton untuk terus penasaran dan terus bertanya-tanya tentang apa yang sebenarnya terjadi, siapa pelaku sebenarnya dan apakah dia ada diantara para penyelidik itu sendiri. Hal ini tidak terlepas dari akting aktornya yang luar biasa didukung sinematografi yang mantap. .
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Genre : Crime, Drama, History
Pemain : Jake Gyllenhaal, Mark Ruffalo, Anthony Edwards, Robert Downey Jr
Sutradara : David Fincher
Produksi : Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros, Phoenix Pictures
Durasi : 162 Menit
Tgl rilis : 02 March 2007
Negara : USA

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Happy 10th anniversary to Paul Thomas Anderson's riveting period drama There Will Be Blood, inspired by the novel Oil! and staring Daniel Day Lewis as Daniel Plainview, a struggling silver miner whose life takes a change for the best when he and his adopted son happens upon Little Boston, California after a man named Paul Sunday tells him about the oil leaking from his family's property and buys the land. This leads to a ruthless path to wealth as a oil tycoon during the turn of the century when the oil business starts booming. Lewis will have glued to the screen with his performance as this increasingly morally bankrupt character and brings the intensity on full tilt on top of his charisma. The only thing that bogs it down would that still over the top meme worthy line delivery (you'll see it in the hastags) but don't let that distract you from the compelling story, stunning cinematography and brilliant performances. It's one of Lewis' best roles and one of PTA's best films.
#therewillbeblood #paulthomasanderson #dramafilms #periodpieces #basedonthenovel #oilnovel #uptonsinclair #idrinkyourmilkshake #danieldaylewis #pauldano #kevinjoconnor #ciaranhinds #dillonfreasier #2007movies #2000smovies #miramaxfilms #paramountvantage

Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of Aliens vs Predator: Requiem, the sequel to the 2004's crossover film Alien vs Predator that saw the long awaited face off between 20th Century Fox's popular extraterrestrial monsters, who take their battle to Earth. Following the events of that movie, a Predator ship carrying Facehuggers and their dead comrade "Scar" (who died from defeating a Alien Queen) is attacked a "Predalien", a murderous hybrid creature birthed from Scar after he encountered a Facehugger on Earth, and their ship crash lands in a Colorado town and go on the loose. A distress signal is sent to a lone Predator who travels to Earth to clean up the evidence and prevent collateral damage as he pursues the Predalien and his army with civilians getting caught in the middle of their battle. Aside from the amazing creature effects and cool concepts like a " cleaner Predator " on a mission, this movie pissed me the fuck off. This was a abysmal creature feature, dumbed down creature feature stuffed with a generic narrative structure, a bunch of clichéd human characters I don't give too shits about and some of disappointed fight sequences ever filmed due to the choppy editing and darkly lit cinematography. It also retains the R rating of it's previous entries after the fury over the first AVP's PG-13 rating and it doesn't hold back on the gore, even if it involves children, but that doesn't necessarily mean the the quality would improve. Looking back at this make me want to take back whatever bad things I have said about Alien 3 and Alien: Resurrection. Even with their underwhelming plot directions and studio interferences, at least they got curtain distinctive visual qualities, whereas this was just uninspired.
#aliensvspredatorrequiem #strausebrothers #scifiaction #scifihorror #crossovermovie #alienfilmseries #predatormovies #tomwoodruffjr #ianwhyte #2007movies #2000smovies #20thcenturyfox

Happy 10th anniversary to Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Tim Burton's adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's award winning 1979 Victorian era musical about vengeful barber Benjamin Barker returning to London, under the alias of "Sweeney Todd", 15 years after being falsely convicted and exiled by a corrupt judge who raped his wife. Johnny Deep plays Barker/Todd, who resumes his operations at his old Fleet Street barbershop to swear not only revenge on Turpin but the entire world by killing his customers with a straight razor; Helena Boham Carter plays Mrs. Lovitt, who has an unrequired love for Todd, inspired him to re-open his shop and helps him dispose of the bodies; the late Alan Rickman is the corrupt Judge Turpin, the man who exiled Todd; and Sacha Baron Cohen plays rival barber Pirelli who discovers Todd's secret. This was a dream project for Burton, a fan of the musical, who brings the musical to the big screen with his own macabre yet gorgeous imagination, deftly blending striking set designs and Sondheim's score (making this Burton's second movie without long-time composer Danny Elfman) with a cold blue cinematography and gory imagery influence by the paint-like bloodshed and style of the Hammer Horror films Burton grew up on, and in the middle of it all is a compelling and tragic story and marvelous musical performances by the cast. As much as we dismiss him from time to time, Depp boast a fine, if not mind-blowing, singing voice that suits him and conveys every bit of Todd's sorrow and bloodlust and the cast compliment him with their amazing performances, acting and singing wise. This movie is still and a masterpiece on both the eyes and ears.
#sweeneytoddthedemonbarberoffleetstreet #timburton #musicalfilms #horrorfilms #periodpieces #basedonthemusical #stephensondheim #atlastmyarmiscompleteagain #worstpiesinlondon #painmakespeoplechange #theresaholeintheworldlikeagreatblackpit #wealldeservetodie #evenyoumrslovetteveni #nothingsgonnaharmyounotwhileimaround #johnnydepp #helenabonhamcarter #alanrickman #sachabaroncohen #timothyspall #2007movies #2000smovies #warnerbros #dreamworkspictures

Happy 10th anniversary to I Am Legend, the third adaptation of Richard Matheson's influential 1954 Sci-fi-horror novel following The Last Man on Earth and The Omega Man. Will Smith stars as Robert Neville, a brilliant military scientist who is the sole survivor of a worldwide viral outbreak that wiped out humanity and transformed what's left of them into zombie-like creatures that come out at night. He now roams a desolate New York with his dog Sam during daylight and continually sends messages out to any potential survivors while using his immune blood to develop a cure and must do so as before the creatures get to him. I have to give props to director Francis Lawrence for toning down the blockbuster aspect a bit to tell a very bleak, yet human and thought provoking story with Smith front in center as a broken yet determined individual who must maintain his sanity and hope during a destressing period. I really love the first half of the film for capturing the empty landscape of New York save for scattered animals along with the isolation his character is faced with as he finds way to keep himself entertained and stable like his use of mannequins as real people and light hearted interactions with his dog companion. My complaints come with the unconvincing CGI effects used to create the Darkseekers and other infectees and a focus group approved ending that diminished the meaning behind the film's title. Flaws aside, it's an entertaining movie with Smith giving a solid performance, plus we can't never forget that billboard for a fictional Batman vs Superman that came true nearly a decade later.
#iamlegend #francislawrence #scifihorror #scifiaction #postapocalypticfilm #basedonthenovel #richardmatheson #ifyourrealyoubettertellme #damnitfred #willsmith #sallirichardsonwhitfield #emmathompson #alicebraga #dashmihok #2007movies #2000smovies #villageroadshowpictures #warnerbros

Forgotten Milestone no. 130. Movie: Bridge to Terabithia. Release date: February 16, 2007 (10 years old). Happy 24th birthday to actress AnnaSophia Robb, the talened young star of such movies as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Race to Witch Mountain, and The Way, Way Back. In honor for her special day, I'm covering one of her earlier films, which is this heartfelt fantasy drama based on Katherine Paterson's novel. Bridge of Terabithia is about Jesse Aarons, a 12 year-old boy from a large and financially struggling family who encounters ridicule and bullying on a daily basis. That all changes when he meets new student Leslie Burke (Robb) and bonds over their talents (like track competition and art) and comfort each other as Jess feels unloved and a constant Target for teasing. Leslie helps him with that by creating their own fantasy world called Terabithia, which is filled with magical creatures and they rule as King and queen. I got to watch it in it's entirety earlier this year and was moved by the natural performance from the two leads and stirs up childhood feelings off acceptance and escaping reality, which all changes by a very tragic outcome. I won't spoil it but I have to applaud Disney for remaining true to the story and handling the theme of death in such a mature manner. Director Cabot Csupo, who is known for co-founfing Klasky Csupo, which is responsible for animated shows like Rugrats and Ahh!! Real Monsters, brings a lot of professionalism, heart and awe-inspiring visuals to the forefront and made such a beautiful looking, heart-breaking and inspiring tale that is a favorite among many.
#bridgeoftarabithia #gaborcsupo #forgottenmilestones #happybirthdayannasophiarobb #dramafilms #fantasyfilms #childrenfilms #justcloseyoureyesandkeepyourmindwideopen #joshhutcherson #annasophiarobb #baileemadison #robertpatrick #zooeydeschanel #2007movies #2000smovies #waltdisneypictures

Today marks the 10th anniversary of The Golden Compass, the film adaptation of the fantasy adventure novel Northern Lights, the first installment of Phillip Pullman's acclaimed His Dark Materials trilogy. Like the book, the film follows Lyra Belacqua, an orphan living in a parallel universe who journeys to the far North to locate missing children belong to a special race called Gyptian after learning that the powerful Mrs. Coulter is running a group called Gobblers that responsible for their disappearance. As we all know, this was seen as New Line Cinema's attempt at kickstarting their own children​ literature-based film franchise like with Harry Potter. But like other kid-lit or young adult adaptations like Eragon, The Seeker and The Chronicles of Narnia to some extent, this tried and failed. It received a mixed reception (with many pointing the dilution and/or omission of the books' secularist and anti-Catholic themes in the form of the dominant church known as the Magisterium) and flopped domestically at the box office; making only $70 mil. back on a $180 mil. budget and this financial loss for New Line (who sold international distribution rights to other studios and the film saw greater success worldwide) resulted in the once independent studio being folded into Warner Bros in 2008. As for the movie, it has a lot of great ideas and visual delight but it's bogged down by constant changes to the source material, which seems to have a lot of thought and subversiveness to back up it's themes, for the sake of making an accessible, cash cow franchise for movie goers without offending them. It did won an Oscar for best visual effects, which still fucks with me to this day based on how awful the effects for Byrnison and the other armored polar bears looked. There was nothing flesh and blood, photo realistic about them and yet this shit won?! Ugh. That aside, this was a very disappointing movie.
#thegoldencompass #chrisweitz #fantasyadventure #basedonthebook #phillippullman #hisdarkmaterials #northernlights #dakotabluerichards #nicolekidman #danielcraig #samelliot #evagreen #ianmckellen #ianmcshane #freddiehighmore #2007movies #2000smovies #newlinecinema

Happy 10th anniversary to Juno, the Oscar nominated coming of age comedy-drama from director Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking, Up in the Air) and screenwriter Diablo Cody that follows Juno Macguff (Ellen Page), a wise-ass and independent-minded Minnisota teen whose sexual encounter with her friend Pauly Bleaker (Michael Cera) results in a unplanned pregnancy and must navigate her own life as she decides to put her child up for adoption to a couple. It's the much touted whip smart dramedy that was the talk of the town ten years back and served as the perfect breakout platform for Page, then known for her roles in Hard Candy and X-Men: The Last Stand, who does deliver a stand out performance, even though I'm not entirely with the Cody's propensity for frequent, sardonic hipster speak that dominates the writing and kinda make every character feel like they've branched off the same mindset and provides discussion on the topic of pro-choice/life that has proven to be extremely divisive to this film. While this movie is a favorite among many and I wish I could see something special in this, but I wasn't entirely on board with this to be honest as it's quirky and smug sensibilities proved to be a more ham fisted and grating personal viewing experience that outweighs it's few moments of wit (I loved J.K. Simmons as the father) and charm.
#juno #jasonreitman #comedydrama #comingofagefilms #teenfilms #hesthemacaronitomycheese #thatsadoodlethatcantbeundone #ellenpage #michaelcera #jasonbateman #jennifergarner #jksimmons #allisonjanney #2007movies #2000smovies #foxsearchlightpictures

Movie: Into The Wild (2007) .

Happy 10th anniversary to The Mist, the sci-fi thriller that marked the third adaptation of a Stephen King novel by director Frank Darabont, following The Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile. The film follows a group of people hold up in a supermarket after a thunderstorm caused a blackout the night prior and the town is engulfed by a huge mist that conceals large, monstrous creatures who begin to prey upon the citizens. I fully understood what Darabont wanted to achieve; this is an old school, close-quarter survival thriller that harkens back to films like Night of the Living Dead (he even shot a Black and White version) and allows these monsters to act as a backdrop for the growing tensions among the survivors and how they're quick to resort to drastic measures during a situation like this, and some of the ensemble cast were great. However, I feel this didn't feel like a strong King-Darabont joint as the narrative was more slow burn and the film is further weight down by it's underwhelming climax. Darabont would revisit this template but with a better execution with his initial work on the hit series The Walking Dead, while the film itself has slowly gained a cult following and spawned a TV series.
#themist #frankdarabont #scifihorror #survivalfilms #basedonthebook #stephenkingnovels #thomasjane #andrebraugher #marciagayharden #melissamcbride #williamsadler #jefferydemunn #2007movies #2000smovies #dimensionfilms #metrogoldwynmayer

Forgotten Milestone no. 121. Movie: Lars and the Real Girl. Release date: October 12, 2007 (10 years old). More birthday wishes to Ryan Gosling, who started his career with an early gig as a member of the Mickey Mouse Club and shows like Are You Afraid of the Dark and Young Hercules, and transitioned to Hollywood stardom, which started to take off with the romantic drama The Notebook. Gosling also took on more challenging and small scale indie roles in films like Half Nelson, but this is the film where the then-up-and-coming actor took a step in a unconventional direction, and that film is Lars and the Real Girl. Gosling plays Lars Lindstrom, a young small town man who lives with his brother and his pregnant girlfriend in the house he inherited after their father died. Lars is a sweet person but he is extremely socially inept and avoids contact with others in his life. His family and friends are elated to hear that he met someone online and wants to invite her for dinner, until they see that he brought over a life-sized sex doll he named Bianca who is (in Lars' mind) a wheelchair bound missionary of Brazilian and Danish decent and treats her as a real person. The family doctor/psychologist suggests that this is a manifestation of a deep rooted problem that needs to be addressed, so Lars' family (and whole townspeople) play along with this and also treat Bianca as a real person, and Lars becomes more social as a result. It's very low key and charming film about accepting and understanding those with mental conditions that didn't feel degrading but more enlightening and Gosling plays down his Hollywood hunk status to show considerable amount of growth as a actor willing to step outside of his zone. He was also very genuine with his scenes with the doll that adds to some awkward comedy and later light-hearted moments as the townfolks embrace Bianca and him and some pathos that make for a mildly entertaining film. #larsandtherealgirl #craiggillespie #forgottenmilestones #happybirthdayryangosling #comedydrama #ryangosling #emilymortimer #paulschnider #patriciaclarkson #2007movies #2000smovies #metrogoldwynmayer

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