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Say what you will about the banal summer season and the mediocre selection of Oscar bait: 2007 was a good year for movies. True, several films missed their mark in regards to box office performance and critical acclaim (ahem, “The Golden Compass”), but for the most part, audiences were rarely let down in a year ripe for disappointment (threequels, threequels, and more threequels). So what did we learn? For starters, quirky indie flicks almost always score big (“Juno”), the Coen brothers are at their best when dealing with greed and violence (“No Country for Old Men”), and Pixar is still the King of Animation (“Ratatouille”). But that’s not all. We’ve also seen that movies with ridiculously long runtimes are sometimes necessary (“Zodiac”), and that no one will make a great movie based on a video game (“Hitman”). Oh yeah, and if we never have to see a single post-9/11 movie (or, for that matter, a movie about dead children) again, we’ll be the happiest pair of film critics alive.

BEST MOVIE
"Sweeney Todd"
WORST MOVIE
"Norbit"
BEST MOVIE
"No Country for Old Men"
WORST MOVIE
"Epic Movie"

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