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List Of 2007 Family Films

2007 was a great year for endearing family sc-fi and fantasy. We'd suggest you check out the much overlooked 'The Water Horse'.

'Movies Like The Producers': Chaotic Production Comedy

Modern comedies following the production of shows, movies, concerts, and plays, along with all the chaos that ensues. Make sure to check out 'Opening Night', starring Topher Grace, for a fantastic musical ensemble.

'Britsters (Brit + Hipsters)': Modern British Indie

The ever-modest British have been quietly churning out quality independent dramas for some time now. Enjoy the very best of them, including recent musical number "God Help the Girl' (with Cassie from Skins!), and critically acclaimed coming-of-age story 'Wild Bill'.

'Wilde's Favourite List': Charming British Dramedy

Movies in the vein of 'About a Boy': Pitch-perfect British dramas, with some dry humour to take the edge off. Make sure to check out recent pro-LGBT flick 'Pride' for a musical treat, which may have slipped some of the US audience's radar!

'Put Away Childish Things': Indie Comings-of-Age

Modern independent dramas portraying the tumultuous transitions of adolescents into slightly older adolescents. Make sure to check out 'I Believe in Unicorns' for a great new film from director Leah Meyerhoff, depicting an imaginative teenage girl's attempt to grapple with the premature onset of adulthood's responsibilities.

'Movies Like Parent Trap': 'Little Trouble Maker' Kids Flicks

Movies in the vein of 'The Little Rascals': rambunctious tykes running around causing mischief, pranking the opposite gender, and piling straws on various camels' backs. Good thing they're so dang cute!

'Movies Like Submarine': 'British Boyhood' Movies

These flicks follow British lads as they face bullies, strict parents, and a keen awareness of their own virginity on the painful path to adulthood; includes gritty coming-of-age masterpiece 'Kes', set in the grim, industrial North, and modern London crime-drama 'Wild Bill'.

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