The British film fans have spoken, and their favorite flick from 2007 was (drum roll please) Paul Greengrass' The Bourne Ultimatum. Third entry in the very popular Bourne series (and the winner of three Oscars!), Ultimatum was picked (by the public) over Atonement, No Country for Old Men, and a whole host of "more prestigious" films.

According to Variety, the public vote arrives as part of the Richard Attenborough Film Awards, which dole out "normal" critic-type awards, but also open a vote to the general public. And, not surprisingly, the British people have responded by choosing ... a good movie! How cool is that? If we had this award in America, it'd no doubt go to Jigsaw, Tyler Perry or Larry the Cable Guy -- but in the UK, they dig the Bourne.

Other winners at the Attenboroughs include James McAvoy (Best Actor, Atonement), Cate Blanchett (Best Actress, Elizabeth 2: Frock Harder), [Sam Riley as] Ian Curtis (Rising Star, Joy Division) and a bunch more for Atonement.
categories Awards, Cinematical