The 10 best 2007 DVDs reflect some of the best movies since the dawn of digital.  From a night that one third shift employee will never forget to an American Idol winner included in a harmonic cast. these 2007 DVD releases offer something for everyone.  Most DVD releases come with a soundtrack, a nice addition to acquire.  For now, here are the 10 best 2007 DVDs.

  1. "Night at the Museum" is one of the funniest DVD releases during April of 2007.  This rated PG movie starring Ben Stiller as Larry Daley shares dinosaurs and a tale of historic treasures tucked behind 108 minutes of runtime.  Special DVD features include Dolby surround sound, extended scenes, bloopers, construction of the museum, and much more. 

  2. "Dreamgirls" 2007 DVD release includes American Idol winner Jennifer Hudson with a star cast.  Beyonce Knowles, Eddie Murphy and Jamie Foxx.  Each breaks things down, 1960 style.  DVD features include an exclusive Jennifer Hudson performance, the Beyonce video "Listen", a screen test and, again, much more. 

  3. "The Departed" is a rated R, 151 minute, 2007 DVD release with a star cast in character roles as a mixture of rats and secret moles within law enforcement and the Mafia.  The 2007 DVD special features include the usual and Dolby Digital. 

  4. "Brokeback Mountain" contains the two-disc Collectors Edition.  This 2007 DVD was released in the month of January.  "Brokeback Mountain" is a story about forbidden love in the small state of homophobia.  With Heath Ledger portraying Ennis Del Mar and Jake Gyllenhaal as Jack Twist, two cowboy lovers in a location where being homosexual could result in a death.  The story has a peaceful yet sad ending when there is only one left with a loving memory of the other.  The 2007 DVD special features include, again, the usual and Dolby Digital.

  5. "Walk the Line", PG-13, is a 2007 DVD with 135 minutes of runtime.  "Walk the Line" is a love story between country music stars Johnny Cash and June Carter.  There is only one DVD included with this 2007 release. 

  6. "Pursuit of Happyness", PG-13, is a 2007 DVD with 117 minutes of runtime.  This movie marks encouragement as Will Smith and his son play outstanding character roles as the struggling poverty level father and young son successfully reaching higher ground.  The 2007 DVD features includes conversation with Chris Gardner, the real guy "Pursuit of Happyness" was created from, and a father and son onscreen and off.

  7. "Blades of Glory", PG-13, a comical 2007 DVD release with a runtime of 93 minutes stars funny man Will Ferrell and his team ice skating partner played by Jon Heder.  This 2007 DVD features deleted scenes, 20 questions with champion skater Scott Hamilton, celebrities on thin ice and so on. 

  8. "Spider-Man 3" was released on DVD and Blu-ray during October of 2007 with a runtime of 140 minutes.  Spider-Man is back in action with the same star cast as before, including Toby Maguire and Kirsten Dunst.  The 2007 DVD features include how-to-scenes with outstanding stunts.

  9. "Shrek the Third", PG, is a 2007 DVD release that runs 92 minutes.  "Shrek the Third" is a continued story between an ogre, one true loves, a savvy cat in boots, a dragon loving donkey, a family, and their storybook adventures towards a happily-ever-after.  This 2007 DVD release shares their special features through the deleted scenes, Donkey Dance and more.

  10. "The Guardian", PG-13, released in 2007.  Kevin Costner and Ashton Kutcher landed on most shelves in 2007 with this release.  A very good Coast Guard film surrounding training.  "The Guardian" runs 139 minutes and shares DVD special features such as deleted scenes and the making of.