Nancy Drew (2007) Full Movie

Nancy Drew
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Nancy Drew (2007) : Intrepid teenage private eye Nancy Drew heads to Tinseltown with her father to investigate the unsolved murder of a movie star in this old-fashioned whodunit based on Carolyn Keene's popular series of books for young adults. But can the small-town girl cut through the Hollywood hype to solve the case?

Title Nancy Drew (2007)
Release Date Jun 15, 2007
Genres , , , , , ,
Production Company Jerry Weintraub Productions, Virtual Studios, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Emma Roberts, Max Thieriot, Rachael Leigh Cook, Kay Panabaker, Tate Donovan, Marshall Bell, Daniella Monet, Kelly Vitz, Bruce Willis, Josh Flitter, Barry Bostwick
Plot Keywords california, detective, based on novel or book, dream, kidnapping, chase, party, murder, flashback, rescue, escape, hollywood, teenager, explosion, surveillance, nancy drew
Nancy Drew
Nancy Drew
Emma Roberts
Ned Nickerson
Ned Nickerson
Max Thieriot
Jane Brighton
Jane Brighton
Rachael Leigh Cook
Georgie
Georgie
Kay Panabaker
Carson Drew
Carson Drew
Tate Donovan
John Leshing
John Leshing
Marshall Bell
Inga Veinshtein
Inga Veinshtein
Daniella Monet
Trish
Trish
Kelly Vitz
Bruce (uncredited)
Bruce (uncredited)
Bruce Willis
Corky Veinshtein
Corky Veinshtein
Josh Flitter
Dashiel Biedermeyer
Dashiel Biedermeyer
Barry Bostwick
Thug
Thug
Craig Gellis
Charlie
Charlie
Rich Cooper
Bess
Bess
Amy Bruckner
Chief McGinnis
Chief McGinnis
Cliff Bemis
Father Murray
Father Murray
David Doty
Dehlia Draycott
Dehlia Draycott
Laura Harring
Landlady
Landlady
Pat Carroll
Hannah
Hannah
Monica Parker
Barbara Barbara
Barbara Barbara
Caroline Aaron
Principal Fineman
Principal Fineman
Phil Abrams
Costume Lady
Costume Lady
Joanne Baron
Assistant Director
Assistant Director
Ryan Raddatz
Arrogant Director Andy
Arrogant Director Andy
Adam Goldberg
File Lady
File Lady
Emmy Laybourne
Twin Palms Manager
Twin Palms Manager
Elyssa Davalos
Allie Brighton
Allie Brighton
Kaitlyn Van Item
'New Century' Actor
'New Century' Actor
Robert Merrill
Burglar
Burglar
Chris Kattan

Reviews

  • Kamurai

    Really good watch, would watch again, and can recommend. While I don't enjoy the aspect of shoving an addiction (actually compulsion) story into a Nancy Drew story (as she has to stop sleuthing), and I don't enjoy the relocation aspect of a world they built so well so quickly, this movie has far more benefits than drawbacks. Once we get past the awkward "lying to your parents" aspect of the story that usually gets attributed to drugs and alcohol, the actual "sleuthing" is really fun and present in a charming and light-hearted way. The mystery itself is actually complex enough to keep you interested throughout the movie, and the characters are fun, if eccentric. Having a "world's clash" aspect to the story seemed unnecessary, and that's the only real hang up this movie had. Firstly the movie was supposed to be the opening of a potential franchise to revitalize the Nancy Drew brand, but instead of giving it a strong opening movie, they jumped right in as if there were already 3 movies and they had already jumped the shark a second time. I had several young people ask me if "Nancy Drew was a thing?". Because it was mistreated in the writing process, what should have been a great movie is only a good movie. I really liked this though: Emma Roberts showed early that she was up to carrying a movie, and I love that Rachel Leigh Cook ("She's All that") got involved as she was from a different novel based franchise ("The Babysitter's Club") that also didn't take off.