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October 15, 2007 | by  | in Film | [ssba]

Top Movies of 2007

Steve Nicoll’s Favourite Movies:

1. The Lives of Others
2. Perfume
3. The Bourne Ultimatum
4. Inland Empire
5. Transformers

Nick Archer’s Favourite Movies:

1. The Lives of Others
2. The Host
3. The Descent
4. Sunshine
5. Die Hard 4

Tristan Egarr’s Favourite Movies:

1. Guru – A Bollywood musical which teaches that the free market is good and tax is evil
2. Transformers – Because I watched it on an Imax screen in Kuala Lumpur while high
3. Bambi – Trippy ballet goodness
4. Stardust.
5. 300

Michael Langdon’s Favourite Movies:

1. Eagle vs Shark
2. The Lives of Others
3. Perfume
4. Cowboys and Communists
5. The Bourne Ultimatum

Sven and Lance’s Favourite Movies:

1. I know you killed me
2. Hairspray
3. The Devil Wears Prada
4. Little Miss Sunshine
5. The Pie Making Lady

Tony Barnao’s Favourite Movies:

1. What the bleep do we know?
2. Divine Matrix
3. Eagle vs Shark
4. 2012 and the Evolution of Consciousness
5. The Lion King


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